» » The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue

Download The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue fb2

by Nicholas McWhirter,Daniel Vaughn
Download The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue fb2
Cooking by Ingredient
  • Author:
    Nicholas McWhirter,Daniel Vaughn
  • ISBN:
    0062202928
  • ISBN13:
    978-0062202925
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Anthony Bourdain/Ecco; 1 edition (May 14, 2013)
  • Pages:
    384 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Cooking by Ingredient
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1693 kb
  • ePUB format
    1964 kb
  • DJVU format
    1244 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    805
  • Formats:
    azw doc mobi txt


Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey .

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue. Undeterred, architect and barbecue fanatic Vaughn, along with photographer Nicholas McWhirter and occasional sidekicks, did a hunting, gathering, and tasting journey throughout Texas to find the best barbecue. Out of the 186 places sampled, only 5 made his best list; the journey to him, though, is worth it.

The debut title in the Anthony Bourdain Books line, The Prophets of Smoked Meat by Barbecue Snob Daniel Vaughn, author of the enormously popular blog Full Custom Gospel . Vaughn, Daniel & Nicholas McWhirter (photogs.

The debut title in the Anthony Bourdain Books line, The Prophets of Smoked Meat by Barbecue Snob Daniel Vaughn, author of the enormously popular blog Full Custom Gospel BBQ, is a rollicking journey through the heart of Texas Barbecue. From brisket to ribs, beef to pork, mesquite to oak, this fully illustrated, comprehensive guide to Texas barbecue includes pit masters’ The debut title in the Anthony Bourdain Books line, The Prophets of Smoked Meat by Barbecue Snob Daniel Vaughn, author of the enormously popular blog Full Custom Gospel BBQ, is a rollicking journey through the heart of Texas.

Join Daniel "BBQ Snob" Vaughn-host of the popular blog Full Custom Gospel BBQ and acknowledged barbecue expert .

Join Daniel "BBQ Snob" Vaughn-host of the popular blog Full Custom Gospel BBQ and acknowledged barbecue expert-and photographer Nicholas McWhirter as they trek across more than 10,000 miles to sample the wood-smoking traditions of the Lone Star State's four distinct barbecue styles: East Texas style, essentially the hickory-smoked, sauce-coated barbecue with which most Americans are familiar. 1. Creator - Photographer: Nicholas McWhirter. From brisket to ribs, beef to pork, mesquite to oak, this fully illustrated, comprehensive guide to Texas barbecue includes pit masters’ recipes, tales of. the road-from country meat markets to roadside stands, sumptuous photography, and a panoramic look at the Lone Star State, where smoked meat is sacred. Author: Daniel Vaughn.

English ISBN: 0062202928 2013 EPUB 384 pages 203 MB The debut title in the Anthony Bourdain Books line, The Prophets of Smoked Meat by Barbecue Snob Daniel Vaughn, author of the enormously popular blog Full Custom Gospel BBQ, is a rollicking journey through th. .

English ISBN: 0062202928 2013 EPUB 384 pages 203 MB The debut title in the Anthony Bourdain Books line, The Prophets of Smoked Meat by Barbecue Snob Daniel Vaughn, author of the enormously popular blog Full Custom Gospel BBQ, is a rollicking journey through the heart of Texas Barbecue

The debut title in the Anthony Bourdain Books line, The Prophets of Smoked Meat by Barbecue Snob Daniel Vaughn, author of the enormously popular blog Full Custom Gospel BBQ, is a rollicking journey through the heart of Texas Barbecue. From brisket to ribs, beef to pork, mesquite to oak, this fully illustrated, comprehensive guide to Texas barbecue includes pit masters’ recipes, tales of the road-from country meat markets to roadside stands, sumptuous photography, and a panoramic look at the Lone Star State, where smoked meat is sacred.

Daniel is considered the "BBQ Snob" when it comes to all things meat. So much so, he wrote a book called "The Prophets of Smoked Meat"

Daniel is considered the "BBQ Snob" when it comes to all things meat. His blog, Full Custom Gospel BBQ has made eating BBQ a full time job for Daniel  . So much so, he wrote a book called "The Prophets of Smoked Meat".

Hey Daniel, Got any books laying around? Would be great to include .

The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue by Daniel Vaughn and Nicholas McWhirter (May 14.n this year's fundraising raffle. Dianne Goeser- Grunden.

The first book published on the Ecco.

The first book published on the Ecco imprint run by No Reservations' Anthony Bourdain, Prophets of Smoked Meat is a unique hybrid of travelogue, diary and religious tome.

Here's The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue, which is notable not only for being the .

Here's The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue, which is notable not only for being the first book by barbecue expert Daniel Vaughn - he with.

The debut title in the Anthony Bourdain Books line, The Prophets of Smoked Meat by “Barbecue Snob” Daniel Vaughn, author of the enormously popular blog Full Custom Gospel BBQ, is a rollicking journey through the heart of Texas Barbecue.

From brisket to ribs, beef to pork, mesquite to oak, this fully illustrated, comprehensive guide to Texas barbecue includes pit masters’ recipes, tales of the road—from country meat markets to roadside stands, sumptuous photography, and a panoramic look at the Lone Star State, where smoked meat is sacred.


Hudora
I learned some valuable lessons: stay away from east Texas hot links; understand the difference between direct heat cooking and indirect heat cooking; respect the elegance of a salt and cracked pepper dry rub; and keep that cooker closed!

Texas barbecue is an art. This is a fine introduction to that art, and to the artists who create it. My favorite part of the book is the pit master profiles at the end: great portraits and wonderful insights on their process! The photographs are beautiful; with the exception of the chapter focusing on Houston and Dallas, there simply aren't enough of them. I would have enjoyed a little less "I'm from Ohio, but I love Texas Barbecue!" (Dude, you've just described eating at 30 BBQ joints in 36 hours - you don't need to tell us you like 'cue) and more of those lovely photos.

I'm still trying to figure out how these guys don't weigh 450 pounds, have dodged diabetes, hypertension, and gout, and remain married.

A very entertaining trip through the heart of Brisket, Rib, and Sausage Shangri-la.
Bad Sunny
This is an amazing book. I really couldn't it down, sitting with a map on my computer screen so I could follow the details of Vaughn and photographer McWhirter's marathon road eating trip. Here is a book that gives details that others leave out; it goes to out-of-the-way joints as well as to the famous places in the state that have lines out the door. Assessments of the barbecue seem fair and there is a lot of good detail to back up the opinions; even when the conclusions aren't positive, the tone is not mean spirited. I really enjoyed Vaughn's personalized and congenial style. The photographs are done with a very practiced eye and contribute greatly to the book. Looking at other reviews of this book, it strikes me that many of those who didn't rate it well seemed to be expecting a different book -- some didn't like the fact that the journey was limited to Texas barbecue; others were expecting a cookbook. For me, the book promised exactly what the last part of the title says: "A Journey Through Texas Barbecue." It may not in fact be for the casual reader -- but that's fine. By the way, the map "Texas BBQ by the Cord" showing what kinds of woods are being used in each place visited alone is worth the cost of the book. Thanks to Anthony Bourdain for making this part of his new food book series.
Zehaffy
I love Texas BBQ, and not only that but I love learning about the places and stops along the hundreds of miles of roads that I have never traveled. This book not only reviews many legs of a trip of a lifetime, but it also goes into good detail about the textures, sights, smells, and experiences of traveling just to eat BBQ. Not only does it entail all the locations and pit-stops on a very optimistic journey, but the author also includes bits and pieces of advice and reference as to the very definition of BBQ. Surprisingly there ends up being more mediocre places included in this book than I thought there would. A great read if you like BBQ and the quest for it.
Vetalol
This was not what I thought the book was - but it turned out to be a great read with a lot of interesting information. Living in Texas, this tome comes in very handy when looking for new joints to visit or not visit.
Dorizius
If your looking for a travel guide to some good bbq places this is it. There are some recipes but not many.
Mullador
Born and raised in texas...naturally I would become a bbq man...I got hooked after reading Aaron Franklins book..a meat-smoking manifesto....through his bbq with Franklin show I knew who Daniel vaughn was....and being that it was strictly about all of Texas bbq...I had to read it...it's a great book...though I did get tired of vaughns constant negative criticisms on many of his stops...it only showed me of things to look out for when time to cook...great book thus far...still think Aaron Franklins book set the bar pretty high for Texas bbq today
Duktilar
Great book about traveling, eating smoked meat, and a fine tribute to pit masters. I am new to smoking meat and bought this book because of Mr. Vaughn’s appearance on No Reservations. After reading the book, I have new ideas for recipes and a desire to make my own pilgrimage to Texas! Do not expect full recipes from this book. Read it with a curious mind and desire to explore.
I have been to many of the BBQ joints that Daniel Vaughn reviews. And I smoke my own meats (chicken, pork, beef, you-name-it) using the low-n-slow philosophy.

This is a smart, witty, readable view of Texas and the many (!) styles and adaptations of BBQ across this great state.

Not just a coffee-table book. This one has excellent recommendations and delves into the history, techniques, and special practices that make "Texas BBQ" unique in the world.

JDMc