Stephane Reynaud's Barbecue & Grill

Overview

From the best-selling author of Pork & Sons comes this celebration of all things grilled, seared, and baked. With more than 150 irresistible recipes, there's a dish for every barbecue get-together, including tender yakitori, succulent roasts and ribs, as well as a selection of accompaniments from minted grilled vegetables to a decadent baked camembert. Written in his well-known eccentric style and illustrated with bold photographs and charming illustrations, this latest book from Stéphane never fails to ...

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Overview

From the best-selling author of Pork & Sons comes this celebration of all things grilled, seared, and baked. With more than 150 irresistible recipes, there's a dish for every barbecue get-together, including tender yakitori, succulent roasts and ribs, as well as a selection of accompaniments from minted grilled vegetables to a decadent baked camembert. Written in his well-known eccentric style and illustrated with bold photographs and charming illustrations, this latest book from Stéphane never fails to entertain, and his adoration for barbecue is highly contagious—enjoy!

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
From Epicurious.comI'll be the first to admit that seeing a Frenchman's name atop a book on barbecue and grilling gave me pause. The French seem much too sophisticated to be munching on wings, ribs, and other grub cooked onthe grill or in the smoker. But Stéphane Reynaud's Barbecue & Grill (Lyons Press) had me rethinking my prejudice, especially after looking at the illustration of a little piggy hopping across the cover. How could I not be charmed? The text is admittedly sparse (there isn't much of a "story" that infuses the book) but that allows you to focus on the food. To its advantage, the "show, don't tell" approach comes into play with its minimal text and there's plenty of food porn to ogle (I'm looking at you, Aged Comte Brochettes and Pork Chop with Herbs). The list of ingredients is never too long, and the directions are simply stated. There are a spectrum of recipes to try: Massaman Lamb on skewers, Razor Clams with Tarragon Butter, homemade sausages, Apple with Almond Cream. You probably couldn't have asked for a more elegant grilling and bbq cookbook. And to boot, the whimsical illustrations lighten the subject matter, especially in the "Bloopers & DIY Barbecue" chapter: "I cook under a tree, it's guano sauce for lunch." Heh.
Library Journal
Reynaud (Pork & Sons) returns with another culinary eye-opener for the adventurous gourmand. He expertly balances edgier offerings (Veal Sweetbread Skewers, Kidney on Licorice) with scrumptious takes on familiar favorites. Foodies will appreciate the homemade sausage, Indian and Asian flavors, and en vogue ingredients like rabbit. VERDICT Tongue-in-cheek line drawings and impeccably simple, full-color photographs contribute to the hipster aesthetic of this visual feast. Boldly styled but approachable, perfectly on-trend but with enduring value—a standout.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780762778959
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 4/1/2012
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 10.60 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

STEPHANE REYNAUD is the chef and owner of the restaurant Villa 9 Trois in Montreuil, a suburb of Paris. His restaurant specializes in pork, and Reynaud comes from a family of pig farmers and butchers. His cookbooks have been translated into several languages and received widespread praise; his 2007 PORK & SONS won the Grand Prix de la Gastronomie Francaise. Originally from the Ardeche plateau in France, he now lives in Paris with his wife and three children. Jose Reis de Matos is an old friend of Stephane Reynaud and was responsible for the over 100 hand-drawn pig illustrations in Pork & Sons. Previous titles: ** FRENCH FEASTS: 299 TRADITIONAL RECIPES FOR FAMILY MEALS AND GATHERINGS by Stephane Reynaud. Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 978-1584797944 , 10/2009, hc, $40.00. BookScan RTD 6,870.** PORK AND SONS by Stephane Reynaud. Phaidon Press, 978-0714847900, 4/2007, hc, $39.95. BookScan RTD 10,558.** RIPAILLES by Stephane Reynaud. Murdoch Books, 978-1741962345, 9/2008, hc, $40.58. BookScan N/A (French)** ROTIS: ROASTS FOR EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK by Stephane Reynaud. Melville House, 978-1935554653, 10/2011, hc, $19.77. BookScan RTD Not Yet Published** TERRINE by Stephane Reynaud. Phaidon Press, ISBN 978-0714862514 , 8/2011, pb, $16.95. BookScan RTD Not Yet Published

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