25 Essentials: Techniques for Gas Grilling

Gas grills are easy, convenient, and clean. But the challenge, for new owners and even for seasoned vets, is to infuse the robust, soulful flavor of charcoal-grilled food, or, ideally, of smoke-cooked barbecue, into meals cooked on a gas grill. In 25 Essentials: Techniques for Gas Grilling, A. Cort Sinnes, author of the bestselling The New Gas Grill Gourmet, shows how to do just that. Built around 25 techniques, each exemplified with a tempting recipe and a handsome color photo, this is a competitively priced, gift-appropriate title, sure to improve the backyard cooking skills of any gas-grill owner. Front matter addresses how to choose, maintain, accessorize, and use a gas grill, and the 25 recipes cover beef, lamb, pork, chicken, fish, and vegetarian options. The techniques include foil-packet grilling, how to grill delicate fish, grilling sliced vegetables, and 22 more.

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3 thoughts on “25 Essentials: Techniques for Gas Grilling”

  1. Good Guide Concise and pithy…some of the recipes sound super. The best part of it is its advice on (switching to) gas grilling: how to heat the grill, how to cook several items…I find it hard to believe that a butterflied leg of lamb will take an hour after searing (my charcoal grill does it in 30min) or that a 1+1/2 in steak takes six minutes of searing and ten of indirect to come to medium…but the times are good guides for me to follow as I start out with a gas grill for the first time…will…

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