Barbecue: A History (The Meals Series) by Tim Miller

By Tim Miller

Barbecue: A History examines barbecue's heritage and position in American society utilizing either ancient and modern resources. The publication examines all elements of barbecue:

  • Outdoor grilling and conventional sluggish cooking
  • Restaurant and residential cooking
  • International types of barbeque
  • The particular meals considering a barbecue
  • The notion of the barbeque as a gathering
  • Historical and modern recipes for major and part dishes

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