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How to grill everything simple recipes for great flame-cooked food

Bittman, Mark (author.). Holmes, Christina, (photographer (expression)).

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  • ISBN: 9780544790827
  • ISBN: 0544790308
  • ISBN: 9780544790308
  • Physical Description: vii, 568 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, [2018]

Content descriptions

General Note:
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Why grill? -- Grilling basics -- Appetizers and snacks -- Fish and shellfish -- Poultry -- Meat -- Vegetarian mains -- Vegetables and side dishes -- Sauces and condiments -- Breads and desserts -- 20 hidden gems.
Summary, etc.:
"The ultimate grilling guide and the latest in Mark Bittman's acclaimed How to Cook Everything series. Here's how to grill absolutely everything--from the perfect steak to cedar-plank salmon to pizza--explained in Mark Bittman's trademark simple, straightforward style. Featuring more than 250 recipes and hundreds of variations, plus Bittman's practical advice on all the grilling basics, this book is an exploration of the grill's nearly endless possibilities. Recipes cover every part of the meal, including appetizers, seafood, meat and poultry, vegetables (including vegetarian mains), and even desserts. Plenty of quick, high-heat recipes will get dinner on the table in short order (Spanish-Style Garlic Shrimp, Green Chile Cheeseburgers); low and slow "project" recipes (Texas-Style Smoked Brisket, Pulled Pork with Lexington BBQ Sauce) are ideal for leisurely weekend cookouts. You'll also find unexpected grilled treats like avocado, watermelon, or pound cake, and innovative surprises--like how to cook paella or bake a whole loaf of bread on the grill--to get the most out of every fire"-- Provided by publisher.
Here's how to grill absolutely everything-- from the perfect steak to cedar-plank salmon to pizza-- explained in Bittman's straightforward style.With practical advice on all the grilling basics, this book is an exploration of the grill's nearly endless possibilities. Discover just how simple-- and versatile-- grilling can be.
Subject: Cooking Specific Ingredients Meat
Cooking Methods Barbecue & Grilling
Barbecuing
COOKING Specific Ingredients Meat
COOKING Methods Outdoor
COOKING Methods Barbecue & Grilling
Barbecuing
Genre: Cookbooks.
Cookbooks.
Nonfiction.
Cookbooks.

Syndetic Solutions - Publishers Weekly Review for ISBN Number 9780544790308
How to Grill Everything : Simple Recipes for Great Flame-Cooked Food
How to Grill Everything : Simple Recipes for Great Flame-Cooked Food
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As with previous works (How to Cook Everything; How to Cook Everything Vegetarian, etc.), Bittman's broad coverage and clear instructions yield a wealth of reliable, practical dishes well within the range of even novice grillers. Although the book contains 1,000 recipes, Bittman doesn't overwhelm; he includes only a few variations on main ingredients, such as the grilled chicken breast (in the form of salt-and-pepper boneless chicken, crunchy breaded cutlets, and lemon chicken paillard with asparagus and feta), steak (stuffed flank, carne asada tacos), leg of lamb (butterflied, shawarma style), and tofu (steaks, smoked, and as scallion-sesame sliders). He includes instruction on grilling duck breast, fries, savory bread pudding, and naan. Bittman offers solid grilling tips, and maintains, perhaps controversially, that soaking wood chips is pointless (the hardwoods commonly used are water-resistant, resulting in steam instead of smoke, he asserts); his easy-to-execute recipes and imaginative approach is unassailable. Regardless of one's grilling experience, fans of outdoor cooking will find this volume to be essential. (May) © Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.

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*Starred Review* From one perspective, grilling is a step backward. Electric and gas stoves, with their focused and instantaneously adjustable heat sources, replaced more primitive open fires, whose temperamental vagaries modern appliances were meant to overcome. But backyard cooks and restaurant professionals understand that a grill's smoky, charring effects add incomparable dimension to all kinds of foods, from red meat to seafood, vegetables, and even to dough. In his signature, overflowingly generous style, Bittman has documented how just about every food can profit from some time on a grill. For serious carnivores, he cooks beef, lamb, and even fish directly atop a bed of blazing coals for perfect charred crust and juicy interior. He gives advice on tastily grilling all sorts of vegetables. Many varied ethnic traditions are included in these hundreds of recipes, and every basic recipe comes with variations to stimulate adventuresome imaginations. Photographs give grill masters a sense of the look of finished dishes.--Knoblauch, Mark Copyright 2018 Booklist

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