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A Review of
Reviewed by Andy May
Legendary barbecue pitmaster Mike Mills and daughter Amy Mills team up to deliver unto us a heavenly smoker’s cookbook revealing some of the best kept secret recipes in barbecue. But more than that, peppered between the detailed recipes, Mike and Amy’s stories unveil the best of what small town America has to offer: the values of community, family, work, and faith. Amy and Mike share generations worth of wisdom, experience, and a gold mine of creative recipes. As the original “slow food” movement, Mike and Amy emphasize that barbecue is more than just producing delicious and creatively crafted food, it’s also a basic building block of real community. As friends and family gather, for whatever occasion, the sights, smells, and slow pace of smoking meat provide an opportunity be reminded of the important things in life. Barbecue is sharing, barbecue is hospitality, barbecue is risk, barbecue is hard work, barbecue is love.
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A Feature Review of
Reviewed by Sara Sterley
I used to daydream about writing a different kind of cookbook. Not anymore. Tamar Adler already wrote it, and her An Everlasting Meal: Cooking with Economy and Grace is far better than anything I dreamt up. An Everlasting Meal is less a cookbook than an invitation to find the beauty and simplicity in the seemingly mundane act of making a meal. I love to cook, so I didn’t need much prompting, but Adler’s humility and prose could bring even the most reluctant to the kitchen.