Sunday, May 26, 2019

BBQ&A by Myron Mixon, Reviewed

Mr. O-P was the grill master in our house and he had a lot of barbecue books upon which he relied. I am truly sorry that he is not around to see this one, because I’m sure it would quickly become his new favorite. BBQ&A by Myron Mixon tells you everything you ever wanted to know about barbecue. This book is the Bible, my friends. If you know absolutely nothing about grilling, barbecuing, different cuts of meat, how to treat those different cuts of meat, how to smoke, how to make sauces, how to serve, even how to butcher a hog, this book is going to tell you.
You will learn the difference between smoking on a smoker and smoking in a pit. You will learn the different kinds of barbecue, and what they are. You will also find within some of the most amazingly delicious smoking and barbecuing recipes around. In addition to recipes for meaty main dishes, you will also get delicious ones for side dishes like coleslaw, corn bread, and baked beans (the peach baked beans are amazing!). You will even find recipes for wonderful desserts.
On Friday I shared his recipe for basic barbecue sauce, but you will also find recipes for vinegar-based barbecue sauce, tangy sweet sauce, and Carolina mustard barbecue sauce. Personally, it’s worth the price of the book alone to get the recipes for the sauces. There are also recipes for chicken and pork glazes, both of which are super good. If you like meat rubs like I do, you will find many in here.
With Father’s Day just around the corner, this book should be on your “must buy” list. Dad is going to love it, but if he isn’t the one at the grill or in your house, buy a copy for yourself. You can get a copy by clicking here.

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Disclaimer: I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book by Abram Publishers as a part of Abrams Dinner Party of which I am a member.


Tanza Erlambang said...

thank you for introduction on an excellent book.
Have a wonderful day

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

I had never heard of him before but the book sounds wonderful! I am so ready for warmer weather, outdoor grilling and al fresco dining with the awful May we've had here.