Low-Carb Super Bowl

The Low-Carb Barbecue Book by Dana Carpender – AUTOGRAPHED BY AUTHOR – LIMITED SUPPLY!

The Low-Carb Barbecue Book Limited

Dana Carpender comes to the rescue with over 200 low-carb recipes perfect for backyard picnics and barbecues, from meats and side dishes to cocktails and desserts. This book also features all-new recipes for condiments, sauces, and marinades that can replace the sugar-laden store-bought varieties and allow the low-carber to enjoy previously forbidden foods. Over 200 Recipes for the Grill and Picnic Table.

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16 oz. Carl’s Gourmet All Natural Old Western Barbecue Spice and Meat Rub

Carl's Gourmet Old Western Seasoning and Meat Rubs 16 oz

Carl’s Old Western Barbecue Spice Seasoning & Meat Rub Now in a 16 oz. shaker bottle! Fantastic on steaks, chicken, spare ribs, and hamburgers.

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16 oz. Carl’s Gourmet All Natural Prime Rib & Roast Seasoning and Meat Rubs

Carl's Gourmet All Natural Prime Rib & Roast Seasoning and Meat Rubs 16 oz

Carl's Gourmet All Natural Prime Rib & Roast Seasoning and Meat Rubs Now In A 16 oz. Shaker! Carl's Gourmet Products are excellent. Use Carl's Gourmet Seasonings & meat rubs are spice blends on most meats.

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It’s Low-Carb Barbecue Time by Dana Carpender

Everyone loves barbecue! And at first glance, a rack of ribs or some barbecued chicken seems ideal for us low carb types. But there's a problem with virtually all commercial barbecue: the sauce. It's sugary. Often you'll get as much as 12 grams of sugar in a two-tablespoon serving - and who stops at two tablespoons? So it behooves us to learn how to turn out fabulous barbecue at home. I've always been a good cook, but until I learned the difference between grilling and barbecuing, I would try to grill ribs, and cremated them. Then I learned how to slow-smoke food. Now my ribs, chicken, even turkey, turn out succulent, smoky, and delicious every time.

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Plan Your Low-Carb Super Bowl Party by Dana Carpender

Confession: I am perhaps the only person in the entire state of Indiana who will not be watching the Colts play in the Super Bowl next weekend. It's partly that I simply find football - and other games - dull, and so does That Nice Boy I Married. It's also because having worked with some pro-footballers in my career as a massage therapist, I know all too well just exactly what they're doing to their bodies. I can't watch all those 300 pound guys run sideways into each other's knees. Ouch.

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