The Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen Grilling Cookbook: 225 Sizzling Recipes for Every Season

The Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen Grilling Cookbook: 225 Sizzling Recipes for Every Season

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The newest entry in the Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen family of bestselling ring-bound cookbooks is the essential resource on a favorite topic: grilling! It features triple-tested recipes for beef, pork, poultry, and seafood dishes; vegetables and meatless mains; and salads, sauces, and sides. Also showcased: 16 special recipes from celebrity grillSee more details below

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The newest entry in the Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen family of bestselling ring-bound cookbooks is the essential resource on a favorite topic: grilling! It features triple-tested recipes for beef, pork, poultry, and seafood dishes; vegetables and meatless mains; and salads, sauces, and sides. Also showcased: 16 special recipes from celebrity grill masters like Steven Raichlen and Bobby Flay, plus blue-ribbon prize winners from the competitive barbecue circuit!

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
The latest ring-bound collection from the Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen lives up to the high standard of practicality set by its brethren in this collection of 225 recipes geared for grilling. Tabs allow readers to quickly flip to the section of their choice, be it burgers, steaks and ribs, fish, chicken, or vegetables, as well as sauces, salsas and sides to accompany their meals. Grilling standards like Grilled Caesar Salad, Beer Can Chicken, and basic barbecued ribs, baked beans, and cole slaw are here, but the editors do an admirable job of expanding one's grilling options with the inclusion of Shrimp with Asian BBQ Sauce, Greek Chicken Pitas, and Spicy Grilled Pizza with White Corn and Three Cheeses offered courtesy of "celebrity grill masters" Johanne Killeen and George Germon of Al Forno (several other celebrity chefs make appearances as well). A guide to gauging done-ness, tips on smoking and wood selection, and QR codes that lead readers with smartphones to short, instructional videos broaden the book's appeal and will be appreciated by those new to grilling. Veteran grillers may find a few new dishes to try, but those in the honeymoon phase of grill ownership benefit most with this practical collection. (Apr.)
From the Publisher
“In this tab-organized and ring-bound cookbook, updated recipes from previous Good Housekeeping grilling titles appear alongside new 'celebrity grilling recipes' (e.g., Steven Raichlen's Koreatown beef with cucumber salad) and mobile device-enabled tags to online videos. Readers . . . can easily browse these recipes for quick meal ideas (grilled eggplant sandwiches), make-ahead favorites (Tex-Mex bean burgers), and low-calorie indulgences (peachy frozen yogurt). VERDICT: Simple, appealing, and not overly fussy, this collection will please amateur grillers and their families.” —Library Journal
Library Journal
In this tab-organized and ring-bound cookbook, updated recipes from previous Good Housekeeping grilling titles appear alongside new "celebrity grilling recipes" (e.g., Steven Raichlen's Koreatown beef with cucumber salad) and mobile device-enabled tags to online videos. Readers who already know how to fire up a grill can easily browse these recipes for quick meal ideas (grilled eggplant sandwiches), make-ahead favorites (Tex-Mex bean burgers), and low-calorie indulgences (peachy frozen yogurt). VERDICT Simple, appealing, and not overly fussy, this collection will please amateur grillers and their families.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781618370501
Publisher:
Hearst
Publication date:
04/02/2013
Edition description:
Ring Binder
Pages:
448
Sales rank:
262,484
Product dimensions:
9.20(w) x 10.10(h) x 2.10(d)

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