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Southern Living: Secrets of the South’s Best Barbecue: 645 Great Recipes! Appetizers, Beverages, BBQ, Sides, Sweets & More (Southern Living (Paperback Oxmoor))

Better stock up on napkins, because no one does barbecue like Southern Living. This definitive new edition serves up more than 580 barbecue recipes, the largest collection ever from Southern Living magazine. It also reveals closely guarded secrets about the Southern barbecue tradition, such as sweet or vinegary sauce? Beef or pork? Texas or Georgia? Youll have a great time preparingand comparingwith this ultimate guide to 5-star barbecue.

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Let’s Grill! Hawaii’s Best BBQ Recipes: Barbecue Grilling, Smoking, and Slow Cooking Meats, Fish, Seafood, Sides, Vegetables, and Desserts (Volume 6)

Bring the flavors of Hawaiian barbecue straight to your backyard!

Many regions have their unique take on what the word “barbecue” means to their culture. When we think of traditional barbecue, there is one particularly delicious regional barbecue that unfortunately often gets forgotten — the barbecue of Hawaii.

What is the image that comes to mind when you think about Hawaiian barbecue? Do you picture a scene that is almost paradise? Soft sands, clear waters, lush palm trees that cool the persistent heat as you enjoy meats so tender that they melt in your mouth, and flavors that are so fresh and tropical that you close your eyes, hardly believing that they are real? If this isn’t the image in your mind, it should be.

A traditional Hawaiian barbecue is called a luau, and is a celebration of life, people, and food, and that is something that we should all do more of every day. Many of the traditional luau foods are slow-cooked over a smoky pit, giving us the impression that it is simply impossible to enjoy these delicacies without being able to travel to the islands any time we wish. While it may not be possible to completely recreate a Hawaiian atmosphere in your home and backyard, you can come really close with this collection of authentic Hawaiian barbecue recipes.


Inside, find:

  • An introduction to Hawaii and their barbecue cuisine
  • Common words that you might or might not know that are used in Hawaii and Hawaiian cooking
  • Tasty appetizer recipes like the Pineapple Rumaki or the Mango Chicken Skewers
  • Savory chicken recipes like the Shoyu Chicken or the Mochiko Chicken on the Grill
  • Delicious beef recipes like the Pacific Carne Asada or the Hawaiian Beef Teriyaki
  • Great pork and spam recipes like the Grilled Spam Burgers with Cilantro Slaw or the Grilled Kalua Style Pork
  • Refreshing fish and seafood recipes like the Perfect Grilled Moonfish or the Grilled Mahi Mahi Tacos
  • Masterful vegetable and side recipes like the Hawaiian Baked Beans or the Caramelized onion Maui Rice
  • Easy to prepare Island desserts like the Haupia or the Kulolo


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Buxton Hall Barbecue’s Book of Smoke: Wood-Smoked Meat, Sides, and More

Named one of Bon Appétit‘s top 10 for America’s Best New Restaurants 2016!

Smoke savory meats and vegetables at home and cook signature recipes from the chef-driven kitchen of Buxton Hall Barbecue in Asheville, North Carolina.

In an age of bulk-bought brisket and set-it-and-forget-it electric smokers, Buxton Hall Barbecue stands apart from the average restaurant. With three pits at the heart of an open kitchen and hogs sourced from local farmers that raise them right, chef Elliott Moss is smoking meat in accordance with time-honored traditions. In Buxton Hall Barbecue’s Book of Smoke, believers in slow-smoked, old-fashioned barbecue will learn how to build and master their own pit, right at home. Start small with chicken or pit beef and work your way up to a whole hog. If you’re not yet ready for the pit or limited on space, Moss also teaches easy, economical ways to infuse wood-smoke into your food.

The recipes include all of the Buxton Hall favorites. Learn how to make their deep-fried smoked catfish, smoky pimento cheese, turnip soup with charred onions, or slow-cooked collards. Other recipes give the inside scoop on how a barbecue restaurant makes use of a whole hog with a waste-nothing approach: Brussels sprouts with crispy cracklin’, classic South-Carolina style hash, chicken bog, and much more. Finish the meal with Buxton’s take on classic southern desserts like banana pudding pie, grape hull pie, or s’mores with homemade marshmallows.

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Outdoor Cooking: Your Backyard BBQ Cookbook: (Front-Porch Meal, Picnic, Tailgate) (BBQ Mains, Sides, Desserts and Drinks)

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This book contains everything you need to know about cooking in your backyard and throwing an amazing BBQ. With recipes for mains, sides, desserts and drinks you will be the envy of all of your friends. The recipes are easy to follow and simple to make but look classy and intricate without all of the hassle. With added party tips and BBQ safety you will have a fantastic time for adults and kids alike.

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Paleo Grilling: The Complete Cookbook: From Ribs to Rubs to Sizzling Sides, Everything You Need for Your Paleo BBQ

With over 250 mouthwatering paleo recipes, this definitive cookbook delivers charred perfection to grillmasters seeking a healthier lifestyle.

There’s no doubt that adopting a Paleo diet and saying goodbye to dairy, grains and starches can be challenging. But this cookbook makes the Paleo diet easy, taking you step-by-step to a healthier lifestyle, one that has been proven to promote weight loss and a stronger immune system… without skimping on that bold barbecue flavor! With over 250 tantalizing recipes, this cookbook promises to bring out the best in each simple, hearty ingredient, starting with Paleo-friendly rubs and marinades, moving on to meats and veggies, and ending with decadent desserts (grilled peaches, anyone?). Filled with grilling guidance, Paleo wisdom, shopping advice and an extensive variety of dishes, there’s no better way to enjoy the simple pleasure of eating delightful, wholesome food.

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