Best Barbecue Cookbooks
No two pitmasters are created equal, learn from some of the best with this guidebook.
Award-winning pit master Andy Husbands, the man behind Boston’s Tremont 647, Sister Sorel and most recently, The Smoke Shop, joins forces with fellow pit masters to share their knowledge and unique grilling styles. Among the guest pitmasters there’s Billy Durney of Hometown Bar-B-Que, Steve Raichlen of Project Smoke and John Lewis of Lewis Barbecue. The book points a spotlight on regional barbecue styles including the Carolinas, Kansas City and the head honcho, Texas with recipes for butterfly pork butt burnt ends, central Texas beef ribs, and Memphis-style ribs with specific use of grills including Weber, Offset and Kamado.