For those who take their barbecue a little too seriously
If you are trying to always improve upon your smoking techniques, you have to be able to capture and remember all of the small details that made your last cook so great. Sometimes it is convenient to have instructions from the last time you smoked meat and a quick reference from your previous grill session records.
In an effort to prompt myself to get all of the details down in writing, I have developed a handy little booklet to let you capture what makes each cook different from the one before.
BBQ Journal Template
Record your recipes for rubs, marinades and sauces. There are plenty of details such as time on and off the smoker, target temp, weight, which charcoal and wood did you use.
There is even a second page for each cook to capture the all important preparation notes and the step by step of cooking. For me, the al important, “what would you try next time,” is a section that helps me to continue to improve. And of course it includes and overall rating section with final notes.
This paperback holds up to 50 meals and hardcover book has up to 100 and either one makes a great Father’s day gift for any Backyard BBQ enthusiast. You can find it on Amazon and order a paperback copy today.