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

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
Magazine Cover: Bon Appetit
A big, sumptuous feast of recipes and ideas, drool inducing photos, probing interviews, memoirs, travel, tips on technique, culinaria, restaurant guides, product reviews, what to drink, trends, pop culture, and eternal culture. read more
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Chef Purviance has another winner for Weber. This one has the 200 plus recipes divided into two categories, "Easy" and "Adventurous", pretty much 50/50, and you don't need a Weber to cook them. read more
Book Cover: The Omnivore's Dilemma
This may be the most important book about food since Upton Sinclair's The Jungle drew back the curtain on the Chicago stockyards in 1906. Both books take an analytical and critical look at how food gets to our table. The New York Times named The Omnivore's Dilemma one of the 10 best books of 2006. read more
Book Cover: Hamburger America: One Man's Cross-Country Odyssey to Find the Best Burgers in the Nation
George Motz has traveled the four corners of the nation to find the best and most interesting burger joints. read more
Magazine Cover: All About Beer
Easily the leading beer magazine, each of the six issues per year contains features about different beer types, breweries, the interesting characters who make it, places to drink it, beer and food matching, the politics influencing the marketplace and more. read more
Magazine Cover: Wine Spectator
There is a special issue devoted to their Restaurant Grand Award Winners, another on the Top 100 wines of the Year, and another on Great Wine Values. read more
Magazine Cover: Cook's Illustrated
This is a great cooking magazine. The authors have grown from a really good magazine that people in the know swore by, to a great website, to a TV show, and have recently added another magazine. read more
Book Cover: The Meat Buyers Guide
Edited by NAMI (formerly NAMP), this is the definitive reference on all the different cuts of meat, with charts, excellent photos, a glossary, and nutritional info. read more
Book Cover: The Chili Cookbook
Walsh is a cook, a cultural historian, and a heckuva writer, and he brings all his talents to this fun book. read more

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