Texas Barbecue Revisited

The 2nd Edition of Legends of Texas Barbecue Cookbook went on sale April 19.611+TY6qkoL._SX390_BO1,204,203,200_

There are some great new photos from Robert Jacob Lerma, 32 new recipes from famous Texas pitmasters like Joe Burney and Aaron Franklin and cook-off competitors like Robert Sierra and Ernest Cervantes. There’s also new information about community barbecues in Texas.

My original copy of Legends of Texas Barbecue has been with me since the beginning. It’s badly worn with dog-eared pages and plenty of grease and barbecue sauce stains. A lot has changed since those days, and Robb Walsh has been there to help shape and document the evolution of Texas Barbeuce. This new edition is a must-have.”
-Aaron Franklin
Author of Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto

“Legends of Texas Barbecue Cookbook was the first book to celebrate the great variety of barbecue styles across the state. The updated second edition provides more rich history that adds to the nuance of Texas barbecue. Walsh brings back all of your old favorites, and introduces a bevy of talented new pitmasters from all over the Lone Star state.
-Daniel Vaughn
Barbecue Editor, Texas Monthly

2 thoughts on “Texas Barbecue Revisited

  1. Ron

    Does this book have the same information as the last book in addition to the latest barbecue joints?

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