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.