Say so long to burnt, dried out smoked or grilled chicken and hello to sheer poultry perfection.
Version 2 is significantly expanded and improved
We’ve all experienced BBQ chicken featuring charred skin, burnt sauce, and undercooked meat. No more! Say goodbye to dry, stringy, cardboardy, boring birds and say hello to the most tender, flavorful, juicy chicken you ever tasted.
With “Barbecue Chicken Made Easy: Everything You Need To Know About Amazing Chicken On the Grill & Smoker” by Meathead and Brigit Binns, you can master the art of perfectly grilled and smoked chicken. Learn how to buy the best birds, the right way to butcher, how to spatchcock, how to wet and dry brine to keep it juicy, the ins and outs of smoke roasting and reverse searing, all about pink juices and safe cooking temperatures, the tools you need, and carving. There are numerous well-tested recipes, delicious spice rubs, barbecue sauces, and much more.
Deep Dive Guides is the ebook imprimatur of Meathead’s AmazingRibs.com. It is a growing series of ebooks in which we have attempted to share our breadth and depth of experience on a variety of culinary topics. They are designed to give you an inexpensive deep dive into a topic so you come away knowledgeable and confident. They contain numerous links to pages on the internet and videos for more info. You will enjoy this book best if you read it while you are connected to the internet.
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Some of this content is scattered among the 2,000+ pages on Meathead’s AmazingRibs.com. Although websites are great references, they are not great learning environments, not nearly as good as books. We think that binding together carefully edited articles in an organized flow from start to finish in book format, is a far better way to learn than from articles scattered around on a website.
Some of this info appears in other Deep Dive guides because we think that it is important that they all contain foundational info on such things as meat science, safety, tools, etc. So we have included the most important info within these pages and written new, previously unpublished, related info. Enjoy!
Meathead, BBQ Hall of Famer - Founder and publisher of AmazingRibs.com, Meathead is known as the site's Hedonism Evangelist and BBQ Whisperer. He is also the author of the New York Times Best Seller "Meathead, The Science of Great Barbecue and Grilling", named one of the "100 Best Cookbooks of All Time" by Southern Living.
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