Do you like barbecuing and want to learn more about this skill? Try these!
Bludso’s BBQ Cookbook: A Family Affair in Smoke and Soul by Kevin Bludso
A deep look at family, community, and Texas BBQ through 90 recipes and stories from the famous pitmaster and restaurateur behind Bludso’s BBQ.
Black Smoke: African American and the United States of Barbeque by Adrian Miller
Why is it, asks Adrian Miller–admitted ‘cuehead and longtime certified barbecue judge–that in today’s barbecue culture, African Americans don’t get much love? In Black Smoke, Miller chronicles how Black barbecuers, pitmasters, and restaurateurs helped develop this cornerstone of American foodways and how they are coming into their own today.
Rodney Scott’s World of BBQ: Every Day Is a Good Day by Rodney Scott
Scott grew up with barbecue in his blood and now is the chef and co-owner of Rodney Scott’s BBQ. As he talks about how hope, hard work, and a whole lot of optimism shaped his life, Scott shares recipes for the smokiest, most succulent pulled pork, ribs, and barbecued chicken.