Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Backyard BBQ: The Art of Smokology

Backyard BBQ: The Art of Smokology is a wonderful book by Richard W. McPeake. Mr McPeake(known as "the Sultan of Smoke") is a graduate of The Culinary Institute of America. He was awarded the 2009 Presidents’ Award from the American Culinary Federation and has been a professional chef for 30 years. Over the past eight years, he’s been teaching barbecue cooking classes in the Kansas City area and its from these classes that he’s developed this book.

BACKYARD BBQ: The Art of Smokology is in it's Fourth Printing This book covers all the barbecue basics of Backyard Smoking, as taught in Chef McPeake's barbecue classes. Hence the name: The Art of Smokology. From starting your fire, to buying, selecting, trimming and smoking meats. Also chapters covering terms, rub making, sauce making, brining and the proper procedures for smoking seafood.
Plus some of his favorite recipes like: Hell Fire Brisket , Sweet & Spicy Cherry Ribs, Duck Pastrami, Oriental Smoked Porkloin, Twice Smoked Pulled Pork, Take Your Breath BBQ Sauce, Passion BBQ Sauce, Mustard & Pepper Spiced Beef Tenderloin, Honey Maple Brine for Salmon, Honey Marinated Lobster Tails, Coconut Curried Scallops, Margarita Mop for Chicken,
Nawlins' Butter Mop, Warm Jalapeno Corn Relish, Gazpacho Salsa, Zesty Backyard Baked Beans, Wisconsin Cheddar Potato Salad Jambalaya Rice ............and much more! No stone is left unturn in this book.

Backyard BBQ: The Art of Smokology

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Jean said...

Makes me hungry just thinking about a possible BBQ! Please folks don't forget to keep the "Skeeters" out of the yard while doing that BBQ. I found a great way to do this. Should you have rain gutters you will have to keep them squeaky clean. Stagnant water in them breeds "skeeters" and they carry the West Nile Virus. A simple, easy, fast, and safe method of cleaning rain gutters can be seen on-line at www.gutterclutterbuster.com and you can also see how they make a nasty job cleaner and easier. I'm sold! Happy BBQ to All and Stay Well and Be Safe! Jean

Al Parker said...

You are absolutely right. Mothing ruins a great BBQ like those nasty skeeters. If you don't have gutters get them. If you do, make sure they are clean.

seven said...

well a love meat for obvious reason i love bbq last week a was looking an atlanta home decor and accessories store to buy a bbq for my backyard i find many bbq small ones big ones but i want to know which is the best?

Al Parker said...

Well actually KMart offers a very affordable smoker grill with an offset firebox thats perfect for the backyard. It's called BBQ Pro Barrel Smoker with Offset Firebox and is currently on sale for $143.99. If this is your first smoker grill I highly recommend this one. Good luck and happy cooking. You can check it out for yourself at Kmart.com

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