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Joy of Cooking: All About Grilling
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0743206436, Hardcover)Artfully styled, brilliant color photographs of glistening white lobster meat in crimson shells, succulent pork tenderloin with bright green asparagus, and a plate piled high with fuchsia, orange, red, and purple onions and peppers may look like a three-star dining experience, but they are actually tried-and-true recipes made from The Joy of Cooking: All About Grilling. Dozens of helpful tips and techniques, clear, easy-to-follow instructions, and a rainbow of recipes for everything from seafood and vegetables to pork, poultry, and beef remind us why we've always loved the classic charm of The Joy of Cooking.
Ethan Becker, son and grandson of the women who taught generations to cook with the original Joy of Cooking, has updated it with this series of All About cookbooks. With notes and techniques scattered throughout, along with helpful illustrations, Becker continues his family's tradition of offering recipes that take a reasonable amount of time to prepare but result in delicious, nutritious, family-friendly meals that are beautiful enough to serve to anyone. Grilled Sesame Scallions are quick and simple, and loaded with flavor. If you can tear yourself away from the glorious photo of Black Pepper-Crusted Grilled Sirloin with Red Onion Chutney, it only takes about 15 minutes to prepare, and the results are as mouthwatering as the photo. And if you want to get fancy, you can try Grilled Rock Cornish Hens in Spicy Port Wine Marinade, or Grilled Duck Breast with Hoisin-Ginger Sauce, or make your own homemade Ketchup or Mango Salsa. Whether you're cooking for one or entertaining in style, whatever your grilling needs, this Joy is as indispensable as ever. --Leora Y. Bloom
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All About Grilling, takes readers through outdoor cooking techniques and the use of marinades and aromatic hardwoods, plus an education in starting and managing a cooking fire. 90 recipes. Photos.
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