Home Cooking and Diets

Dadgum That's Good, Too!


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English | June 1st, 2017 | ISBN: 0848744497 | 208 Pages | EPUB | 84.71 MB

With equal parts of Southern charm and tenacity, John McLemore has traveled the world over to show folks how to share the experience of making dadgum good food together at home. His best-selling cookbook, Dadgum, That s Good! TM, is still the resource for kickbutt recipes for smoking, grilling, frying, steaming and boiling.

In Dadgum, That s Good, Too TM, John brings even more mouthwatering food to the table, and introduces us to the heartbeat of his home his family and friends. Detailed smoking and grilling charts, signature brine and seasoning recipes, more tips, more stories, and even more dadgum good food make Dadgum, That s Good, Too! TM a must-have resource. You ll love meeting the folks who have influenced John s cooking and his life. With over 125 new recipes for smoking, grilling and frying, there s something for everyone.
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