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What cookbook do you recommend?

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I have been looking around lately for a cookbook to pickup, but I was looking for some of your suggestions first. I'm wanting something with a good amount of recipes that goes into pretty good detail on the particular food each recipe is for. Mainly interested in a book that is meat focused.
post #2 of 5
Just my thoughts but don't need a book when u have this site bookmarked. This is my goto cookbook/idea book.!!
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I do that already, but I like to have books on hand as well for things...there may come a time where this fancy interweb thing doesn't work. I'm writing my own as I go though. My wife calls my notebook "my precious".
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Just my thoughts but don't need a book when u have this site bookmarked. This is my goto cookbook/idea book.!!

Only book I own is Myron's Smoking book and nice to have everything in there is basically on line straight from the book. I agree with the above reply just make your own book from the many quality posts and research you find online.
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There is always TulsaJeff's cookbook.  For my birthday this year....my kiddos gave me both of Myron's cookbooks.  I think he is an "a$$" but can back things up with his winnings.  His cook books are straight forward and he does keep things simple.

 

Kat

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