Watch The Great British Baking Show Final
Episode 10: Leftovers
See what happens when three chefs turn leftover brisket into something unexpected.
Episode 9: Pickin’ Beef
Get a lesson in “Meat 101” plus learn how to work with a butcher to find great beef rib cuts.
Episode 8: Competition
Aaron finds he’s not in Texas anymore when he competes at a BBQ competition.
Make Lane Cake from “To Kill a Mockingbird”
Episode 7: Direct Heat & Mesquite
Learn the secret to cooking “cowboy style” with direct heat and meat.
Episode 6: Poultry & Sauce
Embark on a BBQ journey of chicken and regional sauces.
Episode 5: Fire & Smoke
Explore the building blocks of BBQ: wood and fire.
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