Barbecues 101

Barbecues 101

More Than 100 Recipes for Great Grilled, Smoked, and Barbecued Food, Plus All the Fixings for Perfect Outdoor Parties

Book - 2001
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He's taken the fear out of holiday entertaining and Thanksgiving dinner preparation, and now Rick Rodgers makes grilling easier and more enjoyable than ever. Drawn from his sold-out coast-to-coast classes, Barbecues 101 features the hands-on, step-by-step style that has made Rodgers such a popular and award-winning instructor.

This totally comprehensive guide is ideal for novice grillers or veterans. Barbecues 101 offers an abundance of recipes equally suitable for charcoal and gas grills, as well as tips on how to turn your grill into a smoker. Classic barbecue fare (such as Rubbed and Sauced Beef Ribs) and contemporary grilled dishes (Duck Breast with Orange-Port Sauce) are served up with intriguing appetizers, savory side dishes, and luscious desserts. Recipes for sauces, marinades, rubs, and salsas are given for all types of meats, poultry, fish, and vegetables, and there are even barbecue-ready beverages such as Merlot and Summer Fruit Sangria. Complete menus with timetables make a feed-the-masses family reunion as simple as a quiet patio dinner for four. With Barbecues 101 in hand, fabulous foolproof barbecue is at every home cook's fingertips.

Rick Rodgers shows you:
*The fastest, safest ways to make a fire
*How quick and easy marinating can be
*The best method for grilling–not charring–chicken
*How to plan step-by-step for festive outdoor gatherings

Bring skill to your grill with this complete introductory course from one of America's favorite cooking teachers.

Baker & Taylor
A culinary specialist offers a hands-on, step-by-step cookbook that takes the mystery out of outdoor cooking, with detailed recipes for both charcoal and gas grills as well as tips on how to turn your grill into a smoker. Original. 25,000 first printing.

& Taylor

Offers a step-by-step cookbook that takes the mystery out of outdoor cooking, with recipes suitable for both charcoal and gas grills and tips on how to turn a grill into a smoker.

Publisher: New York : Broadway Books, c2001
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780767906739
Branch Call Number: 641.5784 R6167b 2001
641.5784 R6167b 2001
Characteristics: xiii, 142 p. ; 24 cm


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