THIS IS THE FIRST COOKBOOK I’M REVIEWING. IT WAS A FREE KINDLE OFFER BUT THE KINDLE PRICE IS NOW $3.99 – STILL A GREAT DEAL. WHAT I DON’T LIKE ABOUT THE KINDLE EDITION IS THAT YOU DON’T GET THE PICTURES – I MISS SEEING THAT FINAL PRODUCT TO HELP DECIDE IF I WANT TO TRY A RECIPE!
THE COOKBOOK HAS PRETTY INTENSE INSTRUCTIONS FOR GRILLING ON A CHARCOAL GRILL, GAS GRILL AND SMOKING MEATS, FISH AND POULTRY
. THE RECIPES HAD LOTS OF INGREDIENTS
, MANY SPICES THAT YOU MAY NOT ORDINARILY HAVE IN YOUR CUPBOARD
. FISH SAUCE AND JALAPENO PEPPER JELLY I WOULD HAVE TO SEEK OUT IN THE GROCERY. TEQUILA AND RUM I NEVER HAVE IN THE HOUSE! THE SIZE OF MEATS COOKED WOULD BE FOR A LARGE FAMILY (5 POUNDS AT A TIME!). I DID FIND ABOUT 3 RECIPES I WOULD LIKE TO TRY AND WILL EVENTUALLY POST ON MY FOOD BLOG http://fabulousfitfood.wordpress.com
PORK CHOPS STUFFED WITH BLUE CHEESE
PORK TENDERLOIN STUFFED WITH CHERRIES AND GOGONZOLA
CAJUN SHRIMPS GRILL WOK STIR-FRY
STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM TART
THESE HAD FEWER INGREDIENTS AND LOOKED LIKE, WITH A FEW MODIFICATIONS, THEY MAY BE REALLY TASTY!
A WORTHWHILE COOKBOOK (ESPECIALLY FOR FREE) BUT I WOULD STILL PREFER THE PHYSICAL BOOK AND I ALWAYS LOAN MY COOKBOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY BECAUSE I ONLY FIND USE FOR A FEW OF THE RECIPES.
It starts with a serene sizzle that sends an intoxicating aroma wafting through the air in smoky, cirrus-cloud wisps. The simple act of grilling outdoors creates a sensory magic few can resist.Steaks, burgers, chicken, fish, and vegetables transform into flavor-drenched food like nothing you produce in your housebound kitchen. Maybe it’s the open-air, blue-sky, backyard atmosphere. Maybe it’s the satisfying pop-tsst of a newly opened can of beer or soda that helps set the mood. Maybe it’s the laid-back attitude that a cook adopts when grilling.
The BBQ & Outdoor Grilling Cookbook: 110 Recipes for Everything from Appetizers to Desserts contains recipes, tips, and grate guidelines to whisk your away to lazy summer days full of satisfying sighs. Inside this book are recipes for irresistible seasoned steaks, marinated chicken, and herb-touched seafood. Sauces, toppers, and side dishes are included, too.
To hit your sweet spot, there is also a recipe that will show you how to make homemade root beer that could become an annual summertime tradition. It’s that good!
There are also recipes for smoked food, a cooking trend that is fast becoming a favorite technique among backyard grillers. Patience is required, but the long, slow cooking results in smoky barbecued, tender-beyond belief foods.
So step outside and have a searing relationship with your grill.
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