Barbecue Nation is a culinary mosaic of what 14 million Americans like to do most when it comes to cookingmake dinner at the grill. Author Fred Thompson has searched across the U.S. for America's best backyard cooks and their favorite recipesnot chefs' fancy interpretations of barbecue classics or pitmasters' ways with barbecue that the reader can't reproduce at home, but 350 recipes that are easy to recreate in anybody's backyard. The book reflects America's ever-changing populations, with recipes with the flavors of Cuba from South Florida, or Brooklyn-born Jamaican jerk, or the taste of Vietnam from the coast of Texas, as well as the country's regional bounties, including grilled salmon recipes from the Pacific Northwest, brats from the Midwest, and Delta Grilled Catfish.
|Publisher:||Taunton Press, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||7.88(w) x 9.13(h) x 0.98(d)|
About the Author
Fred Thompson is a food, wine, and travel writer and is publisher of "Edible Piedmont". He is author of ten cookbooks, including "Barbecue Nation: 350 Hot-off-the-Grill, Tried-and-True Recipes from America's Backyard" and "The Big Book of Fish and Shellfish: More than 250 Terrific Recipes". He is the Weekend Gourmet columnist for the Raleigh "News and Observer".
Table of Contents
Make the Fire Work for You
The American StandardBeef
Turkey, Duck, and the rest of the Poultry world
Everything on the Hog is good
On the Lamb, with a Goat or two, and maybe Venison
Fish and Shellfish
Sausage, pizza, and other odd stuff
Vegetables and Fruits
Sauces, Rubs, and Marinades
Puttin' on a Feed
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Finally a grilling book that is simple enough for busy people really cooking at home. The recipes include everything from chicken, fish, ribs, and even the best potato salad I have ever had. It is fun reading too, these recipes are from people like your neighbors sharing recipes. The other books read like textbooks. This one is fun!