Re: Worthwhile BBQ technique DVDs?
Maybe I'm just cheap, but there's a lot of free stuff online, "the bbq pitmasters" and Firecooker.com for example. Sure it's mostly just recipes but they give you idea's and get you cooking which is how you learn anyway. Just a thought.
I think Pringles initial intention was to make tennis balls, but on the day the rubber was supposed to arrive a big truck full of potatoes showed up, but Pringles is a laid back company, they said "What the hell, cut 'em up."