BBQ Makes Everything Better

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WINNER OF THE 2010 GOURMAND WORLD COOKBOOK AWARD FOR BEST BARBECUE BOOK

Barbecue, the beloved cooking method of chefs and home cooks alike, yields delicious slow-cooked, aromatic meats, charred, juicy burgers, and tender, delectable vegetables. In BBQ Makes Everything Better, Aaron Chronister and Jason Day—two masters of the grill who were catapulted from their backyards to international fame with their invention of the Bacon Explosion—present mouthwatering, easy-to-follow barbecue recipes for any occasion. Including a thorough discussion of equipment, methods, and techniques for cooking well beyond the “Holy Trinity of BBQ” (ribs, pork, and brisket), BBQ Makes Everything Better shows that you can also make a perfect meal out of the “Ugly Stepchild of Barbecue”—chicken. Lighthearted in tone and full of clear, straight- forward instructions, BBQ Makes Everything Better is the complete barbecue cookbook.

Find recipes and tips for:

Burgers, Bacon, Fatties

Party food and tailgates

Barbecue and booze

International barbecue

Leftovers and lighter fare

Desserts
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About the author

Jason Day has spent most of his life around the bbq pit, tending fires and flipping meat. It is no surprise he went into competitive cooking and joined the Burnt Finger BBQ team, now the envy of barbecue teams across America. He is the creator of the BBQAddicts.com website and, in response to overwhelming consumer demand, he developed retail versions of his award-winning Bacon Explosion recipe and Burnt Finger BBQ sauces and rubs.



For more information, please visit: www.bbqaddicts.com

Aaron Chronister has always loved cooking. As a child, he made the Mexican dinner that caused his mother to go into labor with his youngest brother. He joined a competitive bbq team, Burnt Finger BBQ, in 2008. He is the Vice President of Internet Marketing at a large web-based company and consults to Fortune 500 companies about search marketing and social media. He lives in Kansas City, the real barbecue capital of the world.


For more information, please visit: www.bbqaddicts.com

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Publisher
Simon and Schuster
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Published on
May 4, 2010
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Pages
256
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ISBN
9781439168325
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Features
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Language
English
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Genres
Cooking / General
Cooking / Methods / Barbecue & Grilling
Cooking / Regional & Ethnic / American / General
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Content Protection
This content is DRM protected.
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Eligible for Family Library

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