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The Franklin Barbecue Collection: Special Edition (Two-Book Paperback Boxed Set)

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These two books were published separately and compiled into this set. The information you want about brisket is in the Franklin Barbeque book.

Edit: he edited his comment, ninja style. Originally he commented that there was a book about steak but nothing about brisket.
Buccee's over Franklin's? This man clearly lacks tastebuds
I have the hardcover of the BBQ book. It's very good. Both as a book to read and as a cooking guide.

I will caution about paperback cookbooks though - being able to open to a page and have it stay there is really helpful with cooking and most paperbacks dont do that.

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These two books were published separately and compiled into this set. The information you want about brisket is in the Franklin Barbeque book.

Edit: he edited his comment, ninja style. Originally he commented that there was a book about steak but nothing about brisket.
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The kindle link doesn't go to the same book for me.
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Whenever I smoke my meat, I'm in "a world of beautiful heroines and gallant heroes, of evil crones and good witches, where magic rules and love overcomes all obstacles"...
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These two books were published separately and compiled into this set. The information you want about brisket is in the Franklin Barbeque book.
I want to lament the increasing price of brisket, but the popularity is completely understandable.

Good luck!
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For that price I can enjoy some briskets …
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Beef brisket ever!!! And, they are a nice family, too.
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I had high hopes when I had franklin's bbq in Austin this summer, I even made reservations for pickup 2 weeks in advance to get 1lb each of: fatty brisket, brisket, pork ribs and sausage links, accompanied with homemade sides. All 5 of us thought It was terrifyingly underwhelming, in fact, the bbq at buccee's was probably better. My austin native friend recommends La barbecue in Austin, maybe there's a difference? idk.

I had hutchins bbq the next week in Dallas, and that was miles better than Franklin's.
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I had high hopes when I had franklin's bbq in Austin this summer, I even made reservations for pickup 2 weeks in advance to get 1lb each of: fatty brisket, brisket, pork ribs and sausage links, accompanied with homemade sides. All 5 of us thought It was terrifyingly underwhelming, in fact, the bbq at buccee's was probably better. My austin native friend recommends La barbecue in Austin, maybe there's a difference? idk.

I had hutchins bbq the next week in Dallas, and that was miles better than Franklin's.
Thanks for sharing. Didn't realize we were on Yelp now.
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Thanks OP! Got a couple for Christmas gifts.
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I have Franklin's first book, Franklin Barbecue, and it's great. He's an excellent writer as well as a master pit smoker, so the new book on steak is probably also very good reading. Recommended for those who know him but don't have either book..
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I have the hardcover of the BBQ book. It's very good. Both as a book to read and as a cooking guide.

I will caution about paperback cookbooks though - being able to open to a page and have it stay there is really helpful with cooking and most paperbacks dont do that.
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I had high hopes when I had franklin's bbq in Austin this summer, I even made reservations for pickup 2 weeks in advance to get 1lb each of: fatty brisket, brisket, pork ribs and sausage links, accompanied with homemade sides. All 5 of us thought It was terrifyingly underwhelming, in fact, the bbq at buccee's was probably better. My austin native friend recommends La barbecue in Austin, maybe there's a difference? idk.

I had hutchins bbq the next week in Dallas, and that was miles better than Franklin's.
La Barbecue is good. I haven't been willing to stand in line for Franklin's yet (or order ahead for takeout).
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