- The Weber porcelain-enameled flavorizer bars are a replacement part for your Weber grill
- For ensuring great flavor from your gas grill
- Each bar measures 15.3" L x 3.5" W x 2.5" H
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Legit Central Texas–style barbecue is having a heyday in the Bay AreaMarch 7, 2018 - 7x7
Should you find yourself in a barbecue joint anywhere in Central Texas, whatever you do, do not ask for sauce. That sticky goopy stuff you call barbecue is sacrilege in those parts. And in those parts, the perfection of brisket—smoked for interminable...
Australian transplant Jess Pryles gets cooking in TexasMarch 12, 2018 - Houston Chronicle
It was an earth-moving flavor experience." The experience fueled a curiosity in Pryles that changed her life. She soon moved to Texas. "A desire to eat more barbecue led to a curiosity to learn more about how it was made, which inadvertently led me...
Is this the country's best barbecue? (Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: South Carolina)
Barbecue is not a craft, it's a calling for pitmaster Rodney Scott. "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Korean barbecue with strangers (Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: South Korea)
Anthony Bourdain finds a group of Korean businessmen to have dinner with on "Parts Unknown."
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Devotees of the barbecue world are profiled in this culinary portrait of one of America's favorite pastimes, accompanied by fifty taste-tempting recipes for a variety of meats, sauces, and side dishes, including Lady Causey's Overnight Cabbage Slaw, Oklahoma Joe's Brew-B-Q Ribs, and Moonlight Mutton Dip. Reprint.
Searching for the Dixie BarbecuePineapple Press Inc. 2018
Searching for the Dixie Barbecue, with its thought-provoking text and many black and white photos, is a culinary and cultural saga. Here are glimpses of a fragment of society still tenaciously clinging to deep-rooted, primal instincts; to legends of the American frontier; and to the hand-me-down, rural traditions of the Deep South. This is a story about (among other things) regional pride, homespun cookery, backwoods lore, self-effacing ?redneck? humor, shameless braggadocio, macho self-imagery, carnivorous bravado, porcine fundamentalism, boldfaced lies, and both culinary and social intransigence. This book will supply you with the elusive answers to three questions: ?What is ?real? barbecue?? ?How do you find it?? and ?What does it mean to be Southern??