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Hey Grillers, 

 

I just found this wickedly cool BBQ Bible made by a company in Brazil. Only a few of them were made for master Barbecue chefs and a simpler version will be available in Brazilian stores only. There's a link to the video on my blog http://www.gratefulgriller.com/2014/05/08/the-bbq-bible-is-here/

 

I am soooo hoping they make this available outside Brazil!

 

Feed your fires!

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Just checked out the Amazon link. That book was published in 2009.  At the end of the video it says the books were distributed in March 2014. Could be the public copies aren't even out yet. 

 

When they are available, would make for an awesome Father's Day gift!  

 

Hmmm.  Anybody up for a group order toTramontina HQ in Brazil? 

 

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Just checked out the Amazon link. That book was published in 2009.  At the end of the video it says the books were distributed in March 2014. Could be the public copies aren't even out yet. 

 

When they are available, would make for an awesome Father's Day gift!  

 

Hmmm.  Anybody up for a group order toTramontina HQ in Brazil? 

 

:)

 

Count me in.

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Ok that is a new and unique idea.

Bust up the charcoal  page and put it in the grill--light it with the next page---then make a fan from the next page to fan the fire--put on your apron which is the next page---wrap the potato in the foil  from the next page and put it on the grill---sharpen your knife on the next page--trim your steak and crumble the seasoning on to the steak from the next page----take out a place mat for the table that is the next page---use the next page for a platter to bring in the steak and the potato---use the cleaning cloth to clean the knife you trimmed the steak with which is the last page. I guess you keep the wood covers for a souvenir.

 

This is one of the most entertaining things I have seen in a long time.  Very creative!!.

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