The Joy of Grilling

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Barron's Educational Series, Feb 21, 1991 - Cooking - 330 pages
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Learn all about the state of the art of grilling today. This wonderful volume contains more than 250 recipes for barbecuing on outdoor grills or kitchen ranges for beef, chicken, pork, lamb, fish, shellfish, vegetables, and even pasta--with some the work of selected outstanding chefs. Enjoy learning basic barbecue techniques, as well as the proper use of the equipment.
  

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Contents

BASIC MARINADES
23
SEAFOOD
35
GRILLED BEEF
101
GRILLED PORK
135
GRILLED LAMB
151
GRILLED VEAL VENISON VARIETALS AND SAUSAGES
169
GRILLED POULTRY AND GAME
185
SPITROASTING
219
SMOKE COOKERY
237
VEGETABLES
259
SPECIAL OCCASIONS
285
MENUS
295
SAUCES AND ACCOMPANIMENTS
307
INFORMATION
319
INDEX
325
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About the author (1991)

Joe Famularo is a widely traveled food writer whose articles have appeared in Bon Appetit, Gourmet, and The New York Times Magazine. His books include Celebrations, winner of a James Beard Award, and The Joy of Grilling, which won an IACP/Seagrams Award. He lives in Pawling, New York and Key West, Florida.

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