In Food52’s Any Night Grilling, author (and Texan) Paula Disbrowe coaches you through the fundamentals of cooking over fire so the simple pleasure of a freshly grilled meal can be enjoyed any night of the week—no long marinades or low-and-slow cook times here. Going way beyond your standard burgers and brats, Disbrowe offers up streamlined, surprising recipes for Crackly Rosemary Flatbread, Grilled Corn Nachos, and Porchetta-Style Pork Kebabs, alongside backyard classics like Sweet & Smoky Drumsticks, Gulf Coast Shrimp Tacos, and Green Chile Cheeseburgers. You’ll also be charring fruits and vegetables in coals for caramelized sweetness, bringing day-old bread back to life, and using lingering heat to cook ahead for future meals. Filled with clever tips, lush photography, and what will surely become your favorite go-to recipes, Any Night Grilling is the only book you and your grill need.
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If you love to barbecue but would like to add a little flair to your repertoire, zest to your sauce and spice to your life, then this cookbook is for you. Here is a different, tasty grilling recipe for, quite literally, each day of the year. Start with such unusual grilled appetizers as “Ginger Beef Bites” or “Chicken Sate with Peanut Sauce”; build a great meal around such easy-to-prepare meats and poultry as” Herbed Flank Steak with Dijon Mustard” and “Parslied Chicken with Garlic” or eat lighter with such seafood as “Shellfish Brochettes Hawaiian” or “Teriyaki Salmon Steak.” There’s even a special section of “grilled” salads, such as “Grilled Salad Nicoise” and “Grilled Chicken and Zucchini Salad with Mint”; and great vegetable accompaniments, such as “Grilled Ratatouille” and “Corn on the Cob with Chile Butter. ” Experiment with marinades and spicy rubs. Try a variety of barbecue sauces. Throw a real New England clambake or a Texas barbecue. Whether barbecuing for a crowd, making something quick for the kids or preparing an elegant dinner, give a special twist to everything you grill with “365 Great Barbecue & Grilling Recipes.
Here You Will Find The Most Popular And Delicious Barbecue Grill Recipes That Will Make Your Cooking Much More Interesting! Want to Get the Most Out of Grilling? You know, it’s funny… other books are full of unnecessary tips and recipes: almost every smoking tip tells that everybody knows and there is little useful information in such books. How useful is that kind of recipe book? We’ll answer that: NO USEFUL AT ALL. Wish it had more useful cooking tips and more delicious barbecue grill recipes? You know what can help you? There’s just one answer to this question – this Barbecue Grill Recipe Book. THIS BARBECUE GRILL RECIPE BOOK IS THE #1 THING YOU NEED TO ENJOY YOUR COOKING TO THE FULL! Do You Want To? • know the most useful tips and most delicious grilling recipes • get a lot of pleasure out of grilling • cook delicious dishes by using new grilling recipes You Might Already Have Tried Other Barbecue Grill Recipe Books, But This Book Will Take Your Grilling To The Next Level! This book is one of the best contemporary grilling recipe books. Sometimes some interesting grilling secrets – this is exactly what we need to enjoy this process much more. In the book you will find useful tips and delicious recipes that every barbecue fan will love! It is the most amazing Barbecue Grill Recipe book you’ve ever read. From this book you will learn how to: • cook fast and easy on the grill • grill a variety of dishes • grill nourishing meat dishes • prepare low-fat fish dishes • cook vegetables and fruit on the grill • grill light and delicious desserts • cook high-protein side dishes
A diligent crisping, a murmuring simmer, a slow roast, a ripping hot sear: mastery of the subtleties of heat and time is Justin Smillie’s hallmark. In this book, the celebrated chef of Upland explores the fundamental techniques of braising, roasting, and grilling–and shows you how to see them in new ways, to learn the rules to break them.
The chapters begin with thorough lessons on these basic methods. From there, the recipes evolve to feature variations on the techniques, altering ratios of moisture, intensities of heat, reversing expected processes. Sometimes the techniques are surprising, like braising chicken leggs in the juices created by overcrowding a pan of peppers. And sometimes the results are unbelievable, like tender peppercorn-crusted short ribs, made by first steaming the ribs before searing them to a spicy crisp.
This is a book about delighting in the details, about cooking by hand, about learning to see and smell and touch like a modern master. It’s a book you will keep, read, learn, and cook from for years to come.
From George Foreman, two-time heavy-weight champion of the world and one of the greatest salesmen of all time, his cookbook written specifically for his fabulous, indoor grills.
From dorm rooms and first apartments to suburban homes and four-star restaurants, the George Foreman grill is one of America’s most popular small kitchen appliances. As a world-class athlete and father of ten, George Foreman is focused on fresh, healthy foods that keep him and his family strong. Between kids, careers, and a heavyweight training schedule, the Foremans are a big, constantly-in-motion family. Getting dinner on the table could be an endurance event, but instead of going ten rounds in the kitchen, George Foreman has perfected fast and easy, and he passes on his strategy in George Foreman’s Indoor Grilling Made Easy.
Here are more than 100 recipes that speak to the reason everyone buys the indoor grill in the first place: easy dishes filled with big, bold flavor for healthy food fast. From breakfast foods to snacks, entrées, side dishes, and even desserts made on the grill, this is food to satisfy the young, the not-so-young, and everyone in between. Most recipes are naturally lower in carbohydrates (after all, George is a carnivore of some note), but some have choice carbs to fuel heavy training days.
In addition to the recipes, there are plenty of flavor-enhancing ideas—marinades, spice rubs, and sauces—for simple cuts of fish, beef, pork, and chicken. You’ll also find insider info on how to make perfect grilled veggies every time. George Foreman’s Indoor Grilling Made Easy even includes finger foods for a party and a Thanksgiving dinner made on the grill. Portions feed a family of four but can easily be downsized for those living on their own (or doubled for Foreman-sized families).
What Bill Bryson did for trees and walking shoes and Mark Kurlansky did for cod, Peter Kaminsky now does for pork in Pig Perfect ‘I love ham and I love this book.’ -Annie Dillard o you crave a juicy pork chop An old-time country ham Or maybe some Southern-style barbecue Then you’ll want to join Peter Kaminsky on his pilgrimage in search of the perfect pig. Part travelogue, part cookbook, part naturalist’s encounter, and part love letter, Kaminsky’s book takes us from Kentucky, Burgundy, and Madrid to the Yucatn and back to Brooklyn to tell the tale of the pig. From the wondrous techniques of tailgate chefs to Mayan home cooking, competitive barbecuing, and the ancient rite of the pig killing that has bound communities together over the centuries, Pig Perfect brings together an oddball pork-loving band of chefs, farmers, and food lovers and offers a tasty history of the oft underappreciated pig.
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