This easy cookbook for beginners gives consumers (who are intimidated by outdoor grilling) a solid foundation for using their gas or charcoal grill, plus essential techniques and recipes to make them feel confident around outdoor grilling.
A detailed guide to grilling for beginners
Whether you’re grilling steaks, chicken breasts, or an assortment of garden-fresh fruits and vegetables, you’ll quickly discover that grilled food just tastes better. This grilling cookbook introduces you to 70 delicious recipes that range from American classics to international favorites.
After an introduction to best practices, common terminology, and tools, this grilling cookbook helps you get started by teaching the four main techniques that will serve as the foundation for your outdoor cooking journey. Once you master the fundamentals, you’ll be amazed at the range of dishes you can tackle with relative ease, including Classic Burgers, Kansas City Style-Smoked Baby Back Ribs, and Garlic and Lime Shrimp.
This grilling cookbook includes:
- Types of heat—Get a grilling cookbook that makes it easy to enjoy the benefits of cooking over direct and indirect flames, harnessing the power of smoke, and using a spinning rotisserie.
- The Maillard Reaction—Learn all about the chemical reaction between amino acids and sugars that gives grilled food its distinctive browned coloring and savory flavor.
- Burgers and beyond—In addition to American favorites, this grilling cookbook introduces you to a world of grilling traditions, like Moroccan lamb kebabs and Japanese tataki.
Serve up deliciousness every time you fire up the grill thanks to this informative grilling cookbook.
Richard Sherman is a food blogger and moderator on the world's largest grilling and barbecue forum, BBQ-Brethren.com.
Richard has owned 18 grills, smokers, and outdoor cooking contraptions, some of which he engineered and created himself.
Richard lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife, two cats, and beloved rat terrier, Daisy.