Grill!: Quick and delicious recipes for indoor and outdoor grilling
Pippa Cuthbert & Lindsay Cameron Wilson
Good Books, 2006 (2006)
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Reviewed by Mary Ann Smyth
ccording to the back cover, '
Grill! is full of fresh ingredients, old favorites, and daringly new foods
', with over 80 recipes from starters to main courses, salads to desserts. The cookbook '
Shows you how to achieve perfectly cooked food on the grill and on the grill pan.
' What more could a
on't miss the Introduction. It's written without bias but with a sense of humor. The word
is dissected as well as explained. A section of
is devoted to tips on successful and safe barbecuing. Don't ignore these suggestions as the tips are good ones and will play a big part in your grilling. The authors bring years of experience to their cookbook. Pippa, from New Zealand, is now a food writer in London, after working in the test kitchen of Nestle New Zealand. Lindsay, a food journalist in Canada, also worked in test kitchens for several different magazines. Together they have presented
, and now
he enticing and scrumptious looking recipes read invitingly. I am looking at a photo of
Asparagus Wrapped in Prosciutto
! Never would have thought of doing that let alone grilling it. Even though it is at the moment breakfast time, I'd dig right in.
Eggplants with Pomegranate
! Now, I ask you? Here are Italian-style sandwiches, one of my favorites.
Flatbreads with Lamb and Tzatziki
work for me. Don't know
? Look on Page 169 and all is explained.
Pork Ribs with Mustard Bourbon Sauce
! Wow! Here are some of the best grilling recipes I've seen.
ow is the time to acquire a copy of
while the barbecue season is upon us. You won't regret it.
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