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Product Details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Running Press (March 16 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0762410078
  • ISBN-13: 978-0762410071
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 20.3 x 24.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 408 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #171,447 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Cookshack , located in Ponca City, Oklahoma, has been making smokers for almost 35 years. These smoke-cooking experts offer state-of-the-art smoker ovens, a discussion forum, recipes, and a recipe contest. Once sold only to restaurants, supermarkets, meat markets, caterers, and other retail food service businesses, their smokers are now popular among home cooks everywhere. Now all cooks can do what the professionals do, in their own back yard.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Daniel F. Moore on Aug. 6 2001
Format: Paperback
I purchased a Cookshack smoker over 5 years ago and have experimented with it off and on. While I realize that barbeque is more art than science, I have been frustrated by the lack of information on just how much wood to use with particular recipes. I pre-ordered this book in anticipation of learning some secrets and tricks in the use of the Cookshack smoker. I waited for more than a month for delivery of the book and upon receipt of it, I eagerly delved into it looking for answers to my many questions. To my great disappointment, this book offered absolutely no information that I hadn't learned from trial and error. How much wood should I use? The book suggests that I consult the Cookshack Operator's Manual. There are some general guidelines but the guidelines don't tell you what amount of wood works best with what amount of food. Although I have had some delicious food from the Cookshack, if I am cooking for guests, I use my Brinkmann smoker as I am more confident that the food will be cooked to perfection. The water smoker takes longer, but is more forgiving than the sealed, dry smoking Cookshack. People who like to smoke fish will find 48 pages of recipes. If you prefer beef or pork, the list is much smaller, 16 and 15 pages respectively. There are also small sections dedicated to sausages, lamb and game. In short, this is a book that should have been a digest for Cookshack owners and prospective buyers. At best, it is a generic guide for smoking recipes. It doesn't promote the product line and it isn't a worthwhile choice for anyone new to smoking foods.
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Disappointing at best..... Aug. 6 2001
By Daniel F. Moore - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased a Cookshack smoker over 5 years ago and have experimented with it off and on. While I realize that barbeque is more art than science, I have been frustrated by the lack of information on just how much wood to use with particular recipes. I pre-ordered this book in anticipation of learning some secrets and tricks in the use of the Cookshack smoker. I waited for more than a month for delivery of the book and upon receipt of it, I eagerly delved into it looking for answers to my many questions. To my great disappointment, this book offered absolutely no information that I hadn't learned from trial and error. How much wood should I use? The book suggests that I consult the Cookshack Operator's Manual. There are some general guidelines but the guidelines don't tell you what amount of wood works best with what amount of food. Although I have had some delicious food from the Cookshack, if I am cooking for guests, I use my Brinkmann smoker as I am more confident that the food will be cooked to perfection. The water smoker takes longer, but is more forgiving than the sealed, dry smoking Cookshack. People who like to smoke fish will find 48 pages of recipes. If you prefer beef or pork, the list is much smaller, 16 and 15 pages respectively. There are also small sections dedicated to sausages, lamb and game. In short, this is a book that should have been a digest for Cookshack owners and prospective buyers. At best, it is a generic guide for smoking recipes. It doesn't promote the product line and it isn't a worthwhile choice for anyone new to smoking foods.
44 of 46 people found the following review helpful
Returning book immediately May 2 2006
By Adam Emert - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I ordered this book hoping to find some good recipes for BBQing but instead I found a book that would you give part of the recipe and then you need the secret ingredient, cookshack's rib rub. Most of the recipes require you to order different types of rubs from cookshack instead of giving you the information needed to make the rub.
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
For Cookshack owners or experimenters June 22 2010
By P. Dixon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I've been smoking for about 6 months. I already have the "Smoke and Spice" and "Backyard BBQ" books.

This book is a mixed bag.

On the plus side, the recipes are truly adventurous - smoked venison carpaccio with baby frisee and red oak salad with maple soy vinaigrette anyone?

However, there are problems:
- the book is aimed at Cookshack owners. It's not an insurmountable problem for those comfortable with smokers, but it's irritating.
- the recipes don't offer much in terms of explanation (such as Smoke and Spice does). For example the "Smoked Steaks" says ingredients 1&1/4" steaks. The recipe is smoke at 240 for 1 hour. That's it!
- it feels at times to be a catering book in terms of the recipe sizes: Pulled Pork BBQ = 40lb boneless pork butt!!!
- the recipes don't do much in terms of explaining what to look for or substitutions (again, such as Smoke and Spice). It's very mechanical = take this do that.
- a small portion of the recipes aren't even smoker recipes.

So here's the deal:
- if you own a Cookshack smoker, add a star.
- if you're an experienced smoker looking for different recipes, or willing to experiment a bit, then 3 stars.
- if you're looking for handholding or discussion (like Smoke and Spice) subtract a star.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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By M. Ritchey - Published on Amazon.com
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so far all of the recipes that we have used have turned out better than we expeted them to be. we are looking forward to try more in the future, and hope they will turn out as good as the ones we have tried. great book
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Definitely different than other books... March 7 2013
By Skeeternoel - Published on Amazon.com
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This book definitely branches out from the usual smoking/grilling books out there. We almost immediately had so many pages marked of things we wanted to try and the details are so user friendly.


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