Cookbooks, Food Books, And Magazine Reviews (cont'd)

Book Cover: Startin' the Fire
George Hensler is the captain of a barbecue team, and he has written a very helpful short book on what you need to know before entering your first Kansas City Barbecue Society (KCBS) contest. read more
Book Cover: The Bacon Cookbook
The standards such as quiche, carbonarra, BLT, are there among 168 intriguing recipes by an experienced cookbook author. read more
Book Cover: 25 Essentials: Techniques for Grilling Fish
This pretty, little, inexpensive, spiral bound cookbook explains the simple guidelines for grilling seafood beautifully. read more
Book Cover: Low & Slow
If you have a new Weber Smoky Mountain smoker you absolutely positively must buy Gary Wiviott's book. read more
Book Cover: Whole Beast Butchery
Farr is a classically trained chef, butcher, and butchery instructor, at his 4505 Meats in San Francisco. In three chapters, Beef, Pork, and Lamb, he demonstrates his craft in hundreds of photographs. read more
Front page of the newsletter: Wine Advocate
Robert Parker is the most influential individual in the wine world. He and his associates taste thousands of wines each year, and that's pretty much all you'll find in this newsletter. read more
Book Cover: The Foie Gras Wars
Rich, complex, not like any other liver, more akin to eating a stick of the richest buttery cream cheese imaginable. read more
Book Cover: The Tummy Trilogy
The Tummy Trilogy is actually three books in one, all long out of print, but occasionally available used. read more
Book Cover: The Cook and the Butcher
Four chapters: Beef, Pork, Lamb, Veal. A lifetime of incredible recipes for cooks who are bored with the same old same old. read more
Book Cover: The Barbecue! Bible
The Barbecue! Bible was Raichlen's first book on the subject. Published in 1998, this 556 page tome with 500 recipes covers everything from hamburgers to bread. read more

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