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The Most Comprehensive Collection of Award-Winning BBQ Recipes in Print
Operation BBQ is a compilation of recipes from championship-winning barbecue teams who volunteer for disaster relief efforts across the United States. These unsung heroes develop BBQ dishes that wow crowds and judges everywhere, and then help feed displaced residents and emergency personnel—putting the “comfort” in “comfort food.”
Here, more than 70 teams of grand and world champion pitmasters bring their prized recipes and powerful stories to life in this exceptional cookbook. You don’t have to be a master chef to make these recipes; they have been scaled for the home cook wielding tongs at a backyard barbecue. Learn from the best in the business how to make Bone-Sucking Baby Back Ribs, Jalapeño and Applewood Bacon Burgers, Jack Daniel’s Whiskey–Infused Steak Tips, Chicken Satay Skewers with Sweet and Spicy Peanut Sauce and Raging River Maple-Butter Crusted Salmon, as well as casseroles, stews, side dishes and desserts that can be cooked on the grill.
In this entertaining cookbook, competition pit master Hays, and O'Keefe, a barbecue judge out of Kansas City, survey some 70 teams of champion BBQ chefs to learn what they cook up in their own backyards. The resulting 200 recipes for grills and smokers (from teams with such names as Natural Born Grillers and Sweet Swine O' Mine) cover lots of ground with beef, poultry, and seafood entrees as well as sandwiches, sides, casseroles, and desserts. The low-and-slow smoking technique yields dishes including Big Ugly's mouthwatering BBQ ribs that are ready to eat in six hours. Home cooks with less time on their hands could look to Greek lamb chops, which, once marinated overnight, cook up in 12 minutes. There are some unexpectedly fancy dishes, including beef tenderloin over mushroom risotto with lobster cream sauce, as well as gut bombs such as the Piggy Juicy Lucy (cheese and a sliced hot dog stuffed inside a hamburger). Many of the dishes come wrapped in bacon, and jalape o poppers pop up in more variations than one might imagine. The two worlds converge in Vermont pepper bombs, in which ground apples and sausage are stuffed into halved jalape os before the bacon is toothpicked into place. Award-winning grub is served up in this flavorful collection.