Italian Grill (Google eBook)

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Harper Collins, Oct 19, 2010 - Cooking - 256 pages
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From Mario Batali, superstar chef and author of Molto Italiano, comes the ultimate handbook on Italian grilling, which will become an instant must-have cookbook for home grillers.

Easy to use and filled with simple recipes, Mario Batali's new grilling handbook takes the mystery out of making tasty, simple, smoky Italian food. In addition to the eighty recipes and the sixty full-color photographs, Italian Grill includes helpful information on different heat-source options, grilling techniques, and essential equipment. As in Molto Italiano, Batali's distinctive voice provides a historical and cultural perspective as well.

Italian Grill features appetizers; pizza and flatbreads; fish and shellfish; poultry; meat; and vegetables. The delicious recipes include Fennel with Sambuca and Grapefruit; Guinea Hen Breasts with Rosemary and Pesto; Baby Octopus with Gigante Beans and Olive-Orange Vinaigrette; and Rosticciana, Italian-Style Ribs.

  

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User Review  - Serge Pierro - Goodreads

An interesting insight on Batali's grilling thoughts. Read full review

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User Review  - Cinnamon - Goodreads

This is a pretty varied book that should give you some very good ideas for other things to do with your grill other than cook hamburgers and hotdogs. The vegetable and fish recipes I tried were great and inspired other attempts to cook great things. Read full review

Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
1
INTRODUCTION
2
ITALIAN WINES FOR GRILLING BY DAVID LYNCH
4
GRILLING BASICS
6
INGREDIENTS AND TECHNIQUES FOR THE ITALIAN KITCHEN
14
ANTIPASTI
24
PIZZA AND FLATBREADS
59
FISH AND SHELLFISH
85
POULTRY
132
MEAT
162
VEGETABLES
204
SOURCES
232
INDEX
235
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About the author (2010)

Mario Batali is the James Beard Award-winning author of eight cookbooks, including Molto Batali, Molto Gusto, Molto Italiano, and Spain...A Culinary Road Trip, as well as the app Mario Batali Cooks! With a host of television shows to his name; fifteen restaurants; and Eataly, a fifty-thouasand-square-foot Italian marketplace in New York City's Flatiron District that he co-owns with his partner, Joe Bastianich, Mario Batali is one of the most recognized and most respected chefs working in America today. Mario splits his time between New York City's Greenwich Village and northern Michigan with his wife and their two sons.

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