Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto [A Cookbook]


Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto [A Cookbook]

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  • Titel:Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto [A Cookbook]
  • Dateiname: franklin-barbecue-a-meat-smoking-manifesto-a-cookbook.pdf
  • ISBN: 176961607747200
  • Datum des Hochladens: 2020-01-15
  • Anzahl der Seiten: 447 Seiten
  • Autor: Aaron Franklin/Jordan Mackay
  • Verlag: Aaron Franklin/Jordan Mackay

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Pressestimmen “Aaron Franklin makes the finest barbecue I’ve ever had barbecue worth waiting for. His work and his words express a truly rare level of commitment and expertise. With Franklin Barbecue he shares it all—in a book that fortunately you don’t have to wait for.”—Anthony Bourdain “I used to think Aaron Franklin was a genius: There was his rise from backyard dabbler to king of Texas pitmasters; his mind-altering brisket that made normally rational people (myself included) wait hours for the chance to eat it; and his insistence that game-changing barbecue doesn’t come from miracles but rather elbow grease. Then he wrote this book and gave all his secrets away. Now everyone—from me to you to your neighbor who can’t grill a chicken breast—will be able to make award-winning barbecue. He’s not a genius anymore; he’s a god.”  —Andrew Knowlton restaurant and drinks editor Bon Appétit “The most refreshing barbecue book to come along yet. Rather than preaching about ‘one true way’ Aaron Franklin guides you through all the wood and smoke so that you can find your own style. And instead of just listing ingredients and rattling off generic recipes these pages tell the story of a place and a barbecue tradition steeped in history. This isn’t just a book about barbecue; this book is Central Texas barbecue.”  —Daniel Vaughn barbecue editor Texas Monthly and author of The Prophets of Smoked Meat  “Pure genius! Aaron Franklin has distilled years’ worth of barbecue knowledge into this book. In it he exposes the sacred insights of a top pitmaster—information that can otherwise only be learned from long nights spent staring at a fire shovel in hand constantly prodding and pinching your meat to figure out that ‘just perfect’ point of doneness. This book is a game changer: read it and your barbecue will improve overnight!” —Adam Perry Lang chef restaurateur and author of Serious Barbecue“A complete meat-and brisket-cooking education from the country’s most celebrated pitmaster. More than just a recipe book this is a master course in the fine art of meat smoking Texas-style.”—Library Journal Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende AARON FRANKLIN is a native of Bryan Texas and the co-owner and co-founder (along with his wife Stacy) of Franklin Barbecue. Franklin Barbecue opened its doors in 2009 and has since gone on to win many awards including “Best Barbecue in Texas” from Texas Monthly and “Best Barbecue in America” from Bon Appétit. Franklin is also the host of the PBS series BBQ with Franklin. He and Stacy live in Austin with their daughter Vivian.JORDAN MACKAY is the wine and spirits critic for San Francisco magazine and the coauthor of the James Beard Award–winning Secrets of the Sommeliers. He lives in San Francisco. Leseprobe. Abdruck erfolgt mit freundlicher Genehmigung der Rechteinhaber. Alle Rechte vorbehalten. The notion of putting everything I know about barbecue into a book is a daunting one. Not because I know so much—I’m still learning—but because of the nature of barbecue itself. It’s because the printed word—definitive exacting permanent—is in many ways antithetical to the process of cooking barbecue which is for lack of a better word loosey-goosey. So many people want to have a recipe but with all of the variables in barbecue—wood quality of fire meat selection type of cooker weather and so on—there is no “magic” recipe. It just doesn’t operate with absolutes of temperature time and measurement. In fact there are no rights or wrongs in barbecue (well that may be a stretch) no “just one way” and certainly no simple “black and white.” You’re much better off with general knowledge of what you want and an arsenal of tricks to have up your sleeve. So unlike most books that you may flip through a few times and then place on the shelf to display with the others I hope this one will live a good portion of its life out in the field be it in the kitchen or out by the smoker. These recipes aren’t really recipes but more of an idea of how I go about cooking barbecue and some guidelines. Now this book is not a survey of barbecue traditions across the country. While I’ve been all over the United States and have eaten lots of great barbecue there’s really only one tradition that I know intimately: my own. My style is steeped in the tradition of Central Texas but it’s also got some wrinkles that I discovered along the way. So with the greatest respect to all of the other styles around the country in this book all I discuss is what we do. Yes I am wedded to the tradition of great Central Texas barbecue and the principles it holds—brisket oak open flame—but I’m also always willing to try something new or look into new designs that might make things cook faster and better. And my hope is that by being hyperdetailed and specific about my techniques I will help you in your cooking and in your ability to develop your own style too. At Franklin Barbecue the only thing we’ve got is the dedication to make the best food we can and to keep it consistently the same every day (which itself is the biggest challenge). It’s that dedication that keeps us evolving as cooks and constantly thinking about new ways to do old things. You’ll notice that there’s a serious thread of do-it-yourself running through this book. That’s because one of the words with which I’ve been known to describe myself is cheap. For large stretches of my life I didn’t have the cash to buy things I wanted so I often just figured out how to make them myself. In the process I sometimes discovered how to make them better or at least how to tailor them to my own needs. However while I participate in DIY culture and continue to build stuff all of the time it’s by no means necessary to take this approach in order to benefit from this book. I say use whatever equipment you’ve got on hand; ideally the information I present here will help you make the best of it. Most barbecue books I’ve looked at are organized around the major food groups: beef pork poultry and so on. (At least those are my food groups.) In this book which isn’t heavily focused on recipes I’ve taken a different approach. It’s a more elemental and theoretical breakdown of the barbecue process. In each chapter I drill down into some fairly technical information with regard to how the process of barbecue works. It can get a little geeky but I hope that in a way the geekiness keeps you engaged. I include this information because I myself love the technical details. Understanding how something works is the first step toward successfully replicating and improving it. The first chapter is an extended telling of my own story. I include it at this length not for the purpose of vanity but the opposite—so that everyone can see how you don’t have to have much money history training or even time to become proficient at barbecue. I really just want to show how a love for barbecue coupled with enthusiasm can equal really good-tasting smoked meat. If I can do this you can too. The second chapter is all about the smoker. In Texas this piece of equipment might be called a smoker cooker and pit all in the same sentence but whatever you call it barbecue practitioners have no end of fascination with these clunky steel constructions. Everyone who designs and builds his or her own smoker does something a little bit different always looking for that tweak that will improve its performance. In this chapter I talk about various kinds of smokers and various modifications you can make to improve the performance of an inexpensive off-the-rack smoker you might buy at an outdoors store. I also give a very basic template for how to build your own smoker from scratch. It’s by no means a blueprint but rather intended to give you an idea of what to think about if you undertake such a project. While smoker construction sounds—and is—fairly ambitious I can tell you that I’ve built very heavy smokers in my backyard with a cheap welder rope and a tree branch to hoist pieces up. Chapter three is about wood. Wood is our sole fuel but it’s also arguably the most important seasoning in the food. Without wood barbecue wouldn’t be barbecue so we have to take the wood we use as seriously as we would any ingredient in any dish. Just as you wouldn’t sauté meats and vegetables in rancid butter you want to use good-quality firewood in pristine condition whenever possible. In this chapter you’ll learn all about seasoning splitting buying and judging wood for barbecue. After reading it you’ll definitely be wanting your own little woodpile in the backyard. Just keep it dry. It’s no big leap from wood to fire and smoke the subjects of chapter four. Most people don’t realize there are gradations of smoke and fire. But a good fire and the fine smoke it produces are two of the most fundamental elements to producing superior Central Texas barbecue. In this chapter I get into the nitty-gritty of what good smoke and fire mean and how to produce them in various conditions. It’s a bit sciencey but it also tends to be pretty interesting so hopefully you’ll get a lot out of it. Chapter five is about meat. One of things I do differently from most other barbecue joints is use a higher grade of meat. It makes things more expensive for everyone (including me) but I think it’s worth it not only for the quality of the end product but also for the quality of life of the humans eating it and of the noble animals that were sacrificed to bring us this food. You’ll learn here what certain grades of meat mean where they come from on the animal and how to go about selecting the best meat for your cooking. Chapter six is a doozy. It’s the one where I finally get into the actual cooking of the meat. If you buy this book and just want to dive right in you could start here though I recommend going back at some time to read all of the other stuff. This is the chapter where I do things like suggest temperatures and times for your cook even though ultimately you have to figure out the fine details of these things for your own kind of cooker your own conditions and ultimately your own taste. But I do talk about other important stuff like trimming meats rubbing and wrapping—all the techniques that will help your meat turn out great. The bulk of this chapter is devoted to brisket and ribs which are the...

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