Here Are the Best Barbecue Books Yet This Year

BBQ BooksSummer is the time for barbecue, but this year’s crop of cookbooks, in which Texas authors are particularly well-represented, don’t just teach you the basics of how to smoke a brisket. Instead, they offer opportunities for home barbecue innovation, from charred radicchio to peanut butter and jelly wings. Here are some of our favorites, from within our great state and beyond. Any Night Grilling: 60 Ways to Fire Up Dinner (and More) by Paula Disbrowe Disbrowe is a prolific writer with an obvious adventurous streak when it comes to grilling. With a baker for a husband, she’s found plenty of uses for grilled bread. I’ve also never seen so many options for cheese done on a grill. Disbrowe encourages a good char with many of the…View Original Post

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