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The book’s editors say Texas ’cue is “experiencing a significant boom. Mom-and-pop bbq joints are being rediscovered by budding young pitmasters and curious epicureans.” The book also provides information on grills, smokers, which woods to use in smokers, how to prepare charcoal, and whether to use direct or indirect heat. Recipes open with rubs, sauces and spreads, then move to starters from Black Bean Dip to Bacon-Wrapped Dove Poppers. Next come recipes for beef, pork, chicken, fish and shellfish. Among them are those for smoking brisket, beef tenderloin, baby back ribs and chicken. There also are recipes for beef fajitas, burgers, peach pulled pork, beer-poached grilled sausages, andouille sausage and smoked chicken gumbo, grilled oysters, shrimp kabobs and grilled redfish with chimichurri. The book also includes a chapter on sides to serve with Texas barbecue from a tomato, avocado and cotija (a Mexican cheese) salad to skillet cornbread. It closes with a chapter on sweets, such as peach-chile ice pops, summer fruit cobbler and cinnamon ice cream. Some recipes feature sidebars marked as either “beyond BBQ” or “Lone Star Legends.” Among the latter is the recipe for Neiman Marcus Cake from the Texas flagship store in Dallas. The brownie-like dessert is sure to be welcomed at any summer get-together. “Texas BBQ” is a terrific choice for anyone wanting a good collection of favorite Lone Star State barbecue recipes.
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