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Zen and the Art of Cooking Beer Can Chicken

 

by Cary Black and Don Black

Review

Beer can chicken has been a fave at my house for a long time. It was nice to find a book with all the brining and injecting information! No one else has that! The desserts were good and so were the accompaniments. I use this cookbook VERY much and really like it. The cartoons and humor made it a book to cook with that made me smile!
Alicia, MI (amazon.com)


Book Description

Beer-can chicken is fast growing in popularity as the best way to cook chicken. Zen and the Art of Cooking Beer-Can Chicken was written for all the new fancy cooking devices designed to cook beer-can chicken without the beer-can. What about brining or injecting your poultry? This book has it all!!! This book is the definitive guide to assuring the best approach with any of the new products!!! Be at peace and let the creative culinary vibrations of the Universe descend into your humble kitchen. Have fun and feed your friends with simplicity, low fat, and good taste.
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