Chicken on the Grill: 100 Surefire Ways to Grill Perfect Chicken Every Time
Cheryl Jamison & Bill Jamison
William Morrow, 2004 (2004)
Reviewed by Mary Ann Smyth
ust in time for outdoor cooking,
Chicken on the Grill
offers one hundred surefire ways to grill perfect chicken every time. And, depending on where you live, these recipes can be used at any time of the year.
he authors feel that chicken is often overcooked or undercooked, charred, dry, over-spiced or barbecue-sauced to death. Their recipes can transform your chicken from an inedible blob to a wonderful piece of meat, and your reputation from one whose invitations to dinner were feared to someone whose invitations are sought after. Read the introduction before starting on the first recipe. I repeat, read the introduction –
No Burned Birds
is worth every minute of your time. Then move on to the recipes, from
Golden Saffron Skewers
Tequila-Lime Chicken Tacos with Charred Limes
(Wow), and on to
Garlic-Rubbed Chicken with Chimichurri
Ranch Roasted Cornish Hens
Chutney and Mint Chicken Salad
caught my eye.
ith one hundred recipes to choose from, you can cook chicken every day all summer without repeating a dish. A few
are suggested to round out the meal, including
Grilled Asparagus with Orange Zest
Frozen Margarita Pie
. This new book is a winner. But don't take my word for it. Get a copy for yourself and then let me know that I was right. Aren't I always?
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