My Grill: Outdoor Cooking Australian Style

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Australian chef, restauranteur, and TV presenter Pete Evans brings his favorite style of cooking—grilling—to readers in this gorgeous full-color book. Tongs in hand, Pete takes you through 100 sizzling recipes appropriate for all grilling occasions, including camping-and-fishing weekends away; lazy afternoon barbecues with friends; and sophisticated al fresco entertaining. Each chapter also includes Pete’s signature cocktails that will add a little extra fuel to the fire.

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Overview

Australian chef, restauranteur, and TV presenter Pete Evans brings his favorite style of cooking—grilling—to readers in this gorgeous full-color book. Tongs in hand, Pete takes you through 100 sizzling recipes appropriate for all grilling occasions, including camping-and-fishing weekends away; lazy afternoon barbecues with friends; and sophisticated al fresco entertaining. Each chapter also includes Pete’s signature cocktails that will add a little extra fuel to the fire.

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Publishers Weekly
Evans has been a restaurateur in Australia since 1993 as well as a TV host and cookbook author. For this work, his introduction into the American home, or rather, the American backyard, he borrows a page from the Bobby Flay playbook by breaking out the grill and enlivening his dishes with a variety of intense flavorings. Calf's liver is paired with fig salad and sherry vinaigrette. Crayfish bathe in a sauce of thyme, sambucca, and orange butter. Fresh oysters are topped with mint, grapefruit, and chile. Grilling Down Under can apparently refer to any technique that involves an outdoor open flame, so many of these dishes require the use of a cast iron pan, skillets, and in the case of a roasted leg of lamb, a large Dutch oven. There are 100 recipes in all, divided into three rambling and randomly arranged chapters ("Lazy Days," for example, offers options with "a minimum of fuss." Evans's palette is truly international, and he lines up his entrees without attention to their ingredients or border crossings. Spanish mackerel directly precedes the Vietnamese grilled chicken, which comes right before a puttanesca pizza with anchovy. The choices are as sprawling as the great outdoors, which is perhaps the intention after all. (May)
Library Journal
Evans brings Australian grilling to America with simple, flavorful recipes written for the experienced cook. Dishes include Crab & Sweet Corn Cakes (which calls for crabmeat, eggs, corn, and sweet chili sauce), Mom's Steak Sandwich, and Chili Bean Quesadillas (a spicy combination of jalapeños, chili powder, tomatoes, red kidney beans, and mozzarella). Australian chef Evans opened his first restaurant, The Pantry, at age 19. This is his first cookbook.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781616281168
  • Publisher: Weldon Owen Reference, Inc.
  • Publication date: 5/17/2011
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 8.48 (w) x 10.40 (h) x 1.06 (d)

Meet the Author

Born in Melbourne and raised on Australia's Gold Coast, Evan's passion for cooking was inspired by his love for the great outdoors. He worked as a chef so that he could surf or fish all day. After opening his first restaurant, The Pantry, in Melbourne’s bay side suburb of Brighton in 1993 at the age of 19, Pete moved to Sydney in 1996 with his brother Dave and established Hugos in Bondi, followed by Hugos Lounge in Kings Cross in 2000, Hugos Bar Pizza in 2004 and his most recent venture Hugos Manly in 2008. Pete’s restaurants have won numerous awards including the SMH coveted “chef’s hat” for seven years in a row; “Best Pizza in the World” in New York; and “Best Bar in Australia” in 2005; “best nightclub in Australia” 2007, 2008, and 2009; and “best pizza restaurant in Australia” in 2008 and 2009.

Pete has been in front of the camera for the last 9 years as a TV presenter. February 2010 saw the premiere of "My Kitchen Rules" in which Pete and his good mate Manu Feildel head up the judging panel in this plate against plate team competition. Pete’s other work includes over 400 episodes as the host of Australia’s top cooking show “FRESH” on Channel 9; 60 episodes of “Home,” a lifestyle program; a one-hour behind-the scenes documentary, “Cooking For Our Princess Mary”; and the series “FISH,” which saw Pete and his fishing mad brother in-law ‘Udo’ travel around Australia catching and cooking the freshest catch. Pete is currently filming a new project that has him cooking for the world’s best parties. He appears annually at some of Australia’s most acclaimed food events such as “Tasting Australia”, “The Good Food Show,” and “The Great Barrier Feast.” He travelled to New York and Los Angeles for the G’day USA promotion in 2009 and 2010 where he cooked at “The Waldorf Astoria” and was featured on “The Martha Stewart Show,””The Rachael Ray Show,” and the “CBS Early Show”.

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