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Date Posted: 10:43:01 11/24/01 Sat
Author: bob in edmonton
Author Host/IP: px1ar.ed.shawcable.net /
Subject: Re: BBQ Cook Books
In reply to: Bruce 's message, "BBQ Cook Books" on 19:19:45 11/21/01 Wed

Well, I know I'm a little late here, just got my new computer hooked up..

I heartily recommend "Smoke and Spice" (Jamison) for some great smoking recipies (although their cooking times are a little suspect), "Paul Kirks Championship BBQ Sauces" which has lots of rubs, sauces and marinades and for the grillers, "Webers Big Book of Grilling". Yeah, I know it's grilling, but damn some of the recipies are fine!!


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