Book Reviews

ribsribsribsI love Ribs, it is one of the things I always go for when I visit the USA, I have had a few goes at doing them at home, I have now tried Dry and Wet cooking, I have even cooked some in Apple Juice (Very Somerset), The best thing is the slow cooking, while I don’t like them cooked to mush, they are definatly best cooked slowly.

A few weeks ago I purchased this book to try to learn more about adding flavors, it is very American, but provides a wealth of information and ideas, especially about using a smoker (of which I have 3 at the last count)… also I must remember to remove the membrain on the back of the ribs next time I cook some…

Lots of recipes for different styles of Ribs, and all the trimmings, very much enjoyed the book and will hope to show some of my results over the next few months.

If you like ribs, buy the book NOW! at Amazon.co.uk

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By Elizabeth Karmel

By Elizabeth Karmel

Elizabeth Karmel has become one of my food hero’s I have just been reading her book Soaked, Slathered, and Seasoned: A Complete Guide to Flavoring Food for the Grill and it is full of over 400 excellent recipes and idea’s for Marinades, Brines, Sauces, Glazes, MopsSalsas, Relishes, Sauces, Rubs and Spice blends etc etc.


This book is a must for anyone who is interested getting real flavor from their grill or learning the art of real BBQ (Slow cooking at low temperatures in an enclosed BBQ).

I love BBQ, but cannot stand the cheap nasty products we see on the shelves in the UK supermarkets, and having developed a number of BBQ Rubs a few years ago (Hot Juan Rub Down) I now feel inspired to makes some new BBQ sauces to complement them.

You can order this book online at www.amazon.co.uk

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