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Legends of Texas Barbecue Cookbook - Review

Recipes and Recollections from the Pit Bosses

by Robb Walsh



Legends of Texas Barbecue by Robb Walsh

Art, memoirs, recipes and barbecue all in one coffee table book? Leave it to Texas to inspire something that big. Lone Star food writer and James Beard Award nominee Robb Walsh demonstrates the art of barbecue in this book that details the philosophy, aesthetics, principles, history and inspiration behind Texas barbecue. Full page black-and-white photos dating back nearly 100 years depict legendary pit bosses and old-time squirrel roasts in a fascinating blend of history and culinary expertise. Texas’ own pit masters share advice and recipes on the full gamut of barbecue, from barbacoa, lengua and brisket to time-tested sauces and smoked meats. Barbecue fans will appreciate the list of restaurants and meat markets along the Texas Barbecue Belt, and maybe even learn a few tips for their next barbecue adventure.


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(Updated: 06/24/11 BH)

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