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The Smoked Food Log Book Sweepstakes

The Smoked Food Log Book Sweepstakes

Have you ever smoked your best pork shoulder or brisket ever, only to realize you forgot to take notes on how you made it? What were the seasonings? What wood did you use? How long did you smoke it?

That’s certainly happened to me, which is why I wrote another book this year: the Smoked Food Log Book.

Grilling is pretty much grilling. But when you smoke foods, dozens of variables determine how delicious your results will be:

  • the smoker
  • the fuel
  • the smoker temperature
  • the weather
  • the meat cut and weight
  • the cooking time
  • the internal temperature when you pull it off

There are more than a dozen variables in all.

Then there’s evaluating your results: the appearance, bark, smoke ring, texture, smoke flavor and overall taste.

The Smoked Food Log Book is designed to help you keep track of all these variables with precision in one convenient place. The 56-page book enables you to record 28 separate smoke sessions.

I sure wish I had had a Smoked Food Log Book when I was writing Project Smoke!

THIS SWEEPSTAKES HAS ENDED.

Once you have your log book (or have downloaded the sample page here), I invite you to join our great Smoked Food Log Book Sweepstakes. Email us with one completed page of the log book (you can scan it, take a picture, or fill out the PDF electronically) by September 16, 2016, and you’ll be entered for a chance to win our big Kahuna basket of Best of Barbecue grilling accessories—more than $200 worth of the latest, greatest grilling accessories.

Best of Barbecue prize pack

Good luck, and may the best smoke master win!

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to US residents of the United States, age 18 years as of September 16, 2016. Sweepstakes begins at 12:00 a.m. Eastern Time (ET) on 8/16/2016 and ends at 11:59 p.m. ET on 9/16/2016. Click here for official rules. Void where prohibited. You can also enter simply by emailing us with subject line “Entry.”

Download your sample page here or get your own log book here.

Smoked Food Log Book

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  • Robert Joe

    If I win that prize, maybe my wife will let me get a bigger grill