Myron Mixon is anything but modest, yet for the most winning man in competitive barbecue, it works. His recipes work, his secrets work. Judges across the country have deemed it so. And for the first time he is willing to share these award-winning techniques and recipes. BBQ restaurant owners routinely fly to Unadilla, Georgia, and pay thousands of dollars to attend his BBQ school at his home, but now everything will be revealed in Smokin' with Myron Mixon. With more personality and awards than Steven Raichlen, this old Georgia boy doesn't want just a typical cookbook, he wants to share stories about growing up in the world of barbecue (his father owned a BBQ joint - he was practically raised in a BBQ pit) and competing on the professional circuit. Myron will share anecdotes from the frontlines of the barbecue circuit, giving readers an inside look at his world.
This paperback book measures 7 3/8 inches by 9 1/8 inches. Published May 10, 2011.
Brand: Random House
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