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Brisket: How to Smoke Backyard Texas Style Brisket for an Award Winning And Lip Smacking Taste (The Ultimate Brisket Book: Taste So Good They Will Be Coming Back for More)

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Scientifically Proven: How to Smoke Backyard Texas Style Brisket for an Award Winning And Lip Smacking Taste About the Book: Brisket Brisket How to Smoke and Cook Texas & Southern Style Brisket Book Description: This book will teach you exactly what a brisket is and where the term comes from. Even though a traditional brisket is beef, you’ll learn how to identify other animals that will have a brisket as well. Most of the briskets listed will be found more easily in a butcher’s shop, and this book teaches you the quality to look for when picking one out. You’ll learn the difference from a flat cut to a packer and what you’ll have to do to cook them both. There are different brisket types, and some will require more trimming than others. This book goes over how to trim and prepare a brisket the night before for optimum taste. Inside this book you’ll find out what a smoker is and how to work it. This book even teaches how to handle problems such as when a brisket stalls, reaching a certain internal temperature, and how to fix the problem so the internal temperature starts to rise again. All the tips and guides you need to produce a brisket that is tender and juicy can be found inside, as well as recipes to really make your brisket stand out at any party or gathering. Such subtle differences such as spices, sweetness, such as sugar types, and the wood that is used to flavor it, are all explained within these pages. Learn how to cook a brisket, how long to leave it in, how to make a complimenting sauce, and how to handle problems that arise with keeping the temperature steady. Cooking a southern or Texan brisket is made easy if you follow this simple guide to everything you need to know about brisket cooking.

Seven Reasons to Buy this Book:

1. This book includes various recipes for southern and Texan style rubs and barbeque sauce so that you’ll enjoy a traditional brisket. 2. This book teaches you how to pick out a good brisket, from the fat marbling to the coloring. 3. In this book you’ll find how to smoke a brisket in a traditional southern style, as well as recommended wood to use. 4. This book covers the way to know if you’re barbequing right and what’s important to a good barbeque. 5. Inside this book you’ll find a helpful Q & A on how to properly prepare and cook a brisket to completion. 6. This book allows for even a beginner to prepare a brisket the night before so that it’s ready to go in the smoker in as little as six hours. 7. In this book you’ll find out how to pick out a perfect rub to compliment a perfect barbeque sauce to go on your traditional southern or Texan brisket.

A Preview to Brisket:

• What is Brisket? • Picking out a Good Brisket • Smoking a Brisket • Southern Brisket Preparation • Barbequing Texan & Southern Brisket • Texan & Southern Barbeque Sauce

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The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean

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MOSES AUSTIN – PROMISSORY NOTE SIGNED 02/11/1802

MOSES AUSTIN He signs a demand promissory note arranging for payment in 142½ pounds of lead. Framed to 10½x8½. Promissory Note signed: “M. Austin”, 1 page, 7¼x5¼, affixed to a larger off-white sheet and framed to an overall size of 10½x8½. Mine A Burton, 1802 February 11. In full: “Please pay Mr. Jos. Pratt One Hundred & forty two pounds & half of lead out of the Lead in your hands of mine and this order shall be your Discharge for the same.” Moses Austin (1761-1821), the father of Texas pioneer Stephen F. Austin, was known as “the Lead King” of southwestern Virginia, where he owned mines and production facilities to make buckshot and other lead products. His business failed, and in 1798 Austin and his family moved to what is now Missouri, then Spanish territory. (Austin had purchased the land from Spain, but when he signed this note it was actually in French territory under a secret Franco-Spanish treaty, soon to be acquired by the United States in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803). Mine a Burton (named for Francis Burton, who had discovered the lode in1763) was the first of 10 mines Austin opened in what would become Missouri. Austin established the first Anglo-American town and the first American mining operation west of the Mississippi at Potosi, Missouri, which he named after the Bolivian silver-mining town. Austin prospered for a time, but his business failed again in the Panic of 1819. He then traveled to Texas, acquiring permission to settle there with a colony of Anglos. Moses Austin died before he could return with the colonists, but his son Stephen F. Austin led 300 colonists there, and became known as the “Father of Texas,” and was the first Secretary of State of the Republic of Texas when he died suddenly in 1836. Joseph Pratt was one of 31 original American settlers near Potosi, whose claims under Spanish law were subsequently confirmed by… For more information contact HistoryForSale. DOCUMENT 292977

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Last Man Standing – Politics, Texas Style

From Sundance Jury Prize winner and three-time Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Paul Stekler (George Wallace: Settin’ the Woods on Fire), P.O.V. presents the SXSW audience favorite LAST MAN STANDING, a humorously enlighening nail-biter that Variety calls “an intriguing ground-level look at Texas politics as a full-contact sport…a provacative pic!” If the down-home cowboy politics of George W. Bush seem to be a blueprint for success in Washington these days, what are they like back in the Lone Star state? LAST MAN STANDING takes a camera to Texas to find out in this lively, behind-the-scenes portrait of two unpredictable, post-millennial elections. The first–a battle for state representative between self-proclaimed “right-wing nut” incumbent Rick Green (R) and 24-year-old political newbie Patrick Rose (D)–proves to be a twisting horse race built on bitter personal attacks and door-to-door campaigning. The other–a polarizing race for governor–pits Bush’s ascendant state Republican Party against a historic, multi-cultural Democratic ticket. So how did Texas, once a solidy Democratic “Johnson Country” only a generation ago, become known for its dominating brand of Republicanism? Featuring interviews with some of Texas’ leading political lights, including former governor Ann Richards, writer Molly Ivins, and “Dubya” strategist Karl Rove, LAST MAN STANDING helps decode the state’s electoral dynamics, illuminating national politics in the process. DVD Features: Filmmaker Interview; Resources; Interactive Menus; Scene Selection

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  • From Sundance Jury Prize winner and three-time Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Paul Stekler (George Wallace: Settin the Woods on Fire), P.O.V. presents the SXSW audience favorite Last Man Standing, a humorously enlightening nail-biter that Variety calls an intriguing ground-level look at Texas politics as a full-contact sport.a provocative pic! If the down-home cowboy politics of George W. Bush seem

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Legendary Whitetails Men’s Cotton Long Sleeve Non-Typical Gold T-Shirt Texas Orange Large

Our most popular tee in a deluxe gold edition with inset camo side panel accents! Legendary tailored tee made from heavyweight 100% premium cotton. Imported. (Talls: Add 2″ in body length and 1 ½” in sleeve length)

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Guadalupe Mountains National Park Coin

Commemorate your visit to Guadalupe Mountain National Park with this die-struck medallion created by master artisans. Great as a gift, to celebrate a trip or to just hold as a lasting reminder of your experience in America’s great outdoors, this splash-minted National Park medallion will be a timeless keepsake that you will treasure forever.

Spread across the Guadalupe Mountains in the high country of West Texas, Guadalupe Mountains National Park is home to more than 200 bird species as well as Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in Texas at 8,749 feet. The park’s diversity of habitats includes stunning desert wildlife and miles of trails through pinion pine and Douglas-fir forests.

The medallion’s obverse of the medallion shows Guadalupe Peak reaching upward to touch the desert sky. The reverse shows one of the park’s many birds in mid-flight. Minted in deep relief using a special “splash minting” process, this coin is struck in a brass alloy and given a beautiful lacquered finished.

Make sure you see all of our 65 eye-catching National Park medallions. Choose the one with special meaning to you or collect them all and commemorate your journeys in the lush woods, bold deserts, deep waters, and dazzling summits found throughout America’s National Park System.

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The Texas Food Bible: From Legendary Dishes to New Classics

Everyone loves Texas food and now, Dean Fearing, arguably the best chef in Texas, shares the top traditional and modern dishes from the Lone Star State.

THE TEXAS FOOD BIBLE
From Legendary Dishes to New Classics

THE TEXAS FOOD BIBLE will be a timeless, authentic resource for the home cook-a collection of the traditional and the contemporary recipes from Texas. Dean Fearing will take readers through Texas culinary heritage, the classic preparations involved, and the expansion and fusion of the foods that have combined to develop an original Southwestern cuisine. A bit of regional history will take the reader from fry bread to Sweet Potato Spoonbread, from Truck Stop Enchiladas to Barbecue Shrimp Tacos. Simple taco and salsa recipes will be starred right beside the culinary treasures that make Dean’s cooking internationally known. This comprehensive guide will include step-by-step methods and techniques for grilling, smoking, and braising in the Southwestern manner, in addition to recipes from other chefs who have contributed to the evolution of this regional cuisine, such as Robert del Grande and Stephen Pyles, and a look at local purveyors such as Paula Lambert’s cheese. These recipes will be accompanied by more than 150 photographs of finished dishes and the cooking process along with a glossary of food terms. THE TEXAS FOOD BIBLE is the ultimate cookbook for foodies and simple home cooks alike.

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Bush Family Fortunes: The Best Democracy Money Can Buy

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The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture: Volume 5: Language

The fifth volume of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture explores language and dialect in the South, including English and its numerous regional variants, Native American languages, and other non-English languages spoken over time by the region’s immigrant communities.

Among the more than sixty entries are eleven on indigenous languages and major essays on French, Spanish, and German. Each of these provides both historical and contemporary perspectives, identifying the language’s location, number of speakers, vitality, and sample distinctive features. The book acknowledges the role of immigration in spreading features of Southern English to other regions and countries and in bringing linguistic influences from Europe and Africa to Southern English. The fascinating patchwork of English dialects is also fully presented, from African American English, Gullah, and Cajun English to the English spoken in Appalachia, the Ozarks, the Outer Banks, the Chesapeake Bay Islands, Charleston, and elsewhere. Topical entries discuss ongoing changes in the pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar of English in the increasingly mobile South, as well as naming patterns, storytelling, preaching styles, and politeness, all of which deal with ways language is woven into southern culture.

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The Alamo

Although The Alamo fell in the early morning of March 6, 1836, the death of the Alamo defenders has come to symbolize courage and sacrifice for the cause of liberty. The memories of James Bowie, Davy Crockett, and William B. Travis are as powerful today as when the Texan Army routed Santa Anna to the cry “Remember the Alamo!” This book is more than a tribute to those who fell defending the mission. It is a thoroughly researched, vividly illustrated, objective description of the circumstances building up to and leading from that stand. By using contemporary writings, this history describes the political and military organizations of both sides, the weapons and equipment available to them, and the enduringly famous personalities involved, creating a vivid picture of this dramatic battle and the period in which it was fought.

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