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Greymo

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The Stern's Barbeque Magazine Sun, 09/12/10 3:41 PM (permalink)
My  son  bought this and gave it to me last night............it is  just wonderful.  The photographs are terrific  and  the recipes  sound so good.  I  just am enjoying this so much  Does anyone else have a copy?                                                                                                                                                                                                               
 
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    ChiTownDiner

    Re:The Stern's Barbeque Magazine Sun, 09/12/10 3:44 PM (permalink)
    I picked one up a few weeks ago and have read every page.  We are going to try a few of the recipes soon.
     
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      quijote

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      Re:The Stern's Barbeque Magazine Sun, 09/12/10 3:47 PM (permalink)
      Where did you get it? Is it a magazine-rack magazine from a news stand or bookstore?
       
      #3
        MiamiDon

        Re:The Stern's Barbeque Magazine Sun, 09/12/10 4:54 PM (permalink)
        I got a copy through the website here, I guess.  I have also seen it on the rack at Publix.
        I agree, Greymo, that it is very nice. 
         
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          Greymo

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          Re:The Stern's Barbeque Magazine Sun, 09/12/10 6:31 PM (permalink)
          From what I have read  I understand that  they will be  having a Pizza issue out soon.  That should be really interesting.  The mazazine is a little  expensive, but  very  high quality. 
           
          My son purchased the barbeque issue  at Barnes and Noble and it was on  the magazine rack.
           
          #5
            ChiTownDiner

            Re:The Stern's Barbeque Magazine Sun, 09/12/10 8:17 PM (permalink)
            I got it at Borders...more expensive, but no advertising.  Also, high quality paper, cover and a nice glossy look.  Most importantly, excellent editorial content.
             
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              Foodbme

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              Re:The Stern's Barbeque Magazine Sun, 09/12/10 9:08 PM (permalink)
              What's the actual title so I know what to look for?
               
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                Greymo

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                Re:The Stern's Barbeque Magazine Sun, 09/12/10 9:26 PM (permalink)
                The cover has the title  BBQ in huge white letters and the  subtitle is  "Across The Country With Roadfood's  Jane and Michael Stern".
                 
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                  Foodbme

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                  Re:The Stern's Barbeque Magazine Mon, 09/13/10 3:03 AM (permalink)
                  Greymo


                  The cover has the title  BBQ in huge white letters and the  subtitle is  "Across The Country With Roadfood's  Jane and Michael Stern".


                  THANX!
                   
                  #9
                    Michael Stern

                    Re:The Sterns' Barbeque Magazine Mon, 09/13/10 5:27 AM (permalink)
                    Thanks for the kind words. It's really nice doing a magazine that isn't loaded with advertising, scratch-n-sniffs, and those subscription cards that fall out all over the place. The BBQ issue can be ordered at www.popularplates.com.
                     
                    It is a quarterly; and yes, the next one is devoted to pizza. It just went off to the printer and should be available in October.
                     
                    -- MS
                     

                     
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                      leethebard

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                      Re:The Sterns' Barbeque Magazine Mon, 09/13/10 5:46 AM (permalink)
                      Great looking pizza...love the fresh basil and cherry tomatoes. Where's it from??
                       
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                        Tony Bad

                        Re:The Sterns' Barbeque Magazine Mon, 09/13/10 9:17 AM (permalink)
                        While the price may be high for a "magazine", this is really more of a book. The feel of the paper says "book" not magazine and the quality of photos is outstanding. I also love how they balanced the content between history, travel, recipes. I agree with Greymo "it is  just wonderful."
                         
                         
                         
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                          katherinecurry

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                          Re:The Sterns' Barbeque Magazine Mon, 09/13/10 9:41 AM (permalink)
                          That has to be a pizza from Stanziato's -- my personal fave, it has bacon & cherry tomatoes, delicious and possibly even better cold the next day!
                           
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                            Michael Stern

                            Re:The Sterns' Barbeque Magazine Mon, 09/13/10 12:02 PM (permalink)
                            katherinecurry


                            That has to be a pizza from Stanziato's -- my personal fave, it has bacon & cherry tomatoes, delicious and possibly even better cold the next day!


                            Katherine, you know me too well. Yes, the pizza is from Stanziato's, and I did manage to bring a few pieces home since, of course, I had to reserve appetite for a Dr. Mike's hot fudge sundae immediately after the pizza. I did not think of eating the leftovers cold. Will have to try that next time. I was too impatient to heat a stone in the oven, though, I did them in the toaster oven and will now smell burning cheese each time I use it for the next few days ...not necessarily a bad thing.
                             
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