Fire It Up: 400 Recipes for Grilling Everything

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Chronicle Books, Apr 29, 2011 - Cooking - 416 pages
What can we grill? EVERYTHING! From the best-selling authors of Mastering the Grill, comes the first grill book focused on ingredients. Fire It Up shows today's cooks how to buy, prepare, and grill more than 290 ingredients from beef and pork to chicken, fish, vegetables, fruit, and more. Handy charts explain different cuts, best grilling methods, and perfect doneness. Insider Know-How and Keep It Simple tips solve dozens of dinnertime dilemmas. Gorgeous color photos and useful illustrations bring it all to life. With more than 400 delicious recipes and 160 winning rubs, brines, marinades, and sauces, Fire It Up makes it easy for everyone to become a backyard grill master—no matter what's on the menu. Jam packed with recipes, tips, and illustrations, Fire It Up is THE grill book for this summer.
 

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Contents

How to Use This Book
9
A Primer on Grilling Methods Equipment
11
How to Build Flavor into Anything Grilled
23
Beef
53
Veal
95
Pork
111
Lamb
135
Goat Bison Other Game Meat
157
Crustaceans Mollusks
271
Vegetables
299
Fruit
333
Cheese Other Dairy Foods Eggs
355
Bread Sandwiches Cakes Cookies
371
46 Points of Ingredient KnowHow
399
Sources
400
Index
402

Chicken Turkey
177
Duck Goose Game Birds
215
Fish
235

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Andrew Schloss is the author of 10 cookbooks. He lives in eastern Pennsylvania.

David Joachim is a Pennsylvania-based journalist who has collaborated on more than 25 cookbooks.

Alison Miksch is a food and lifestyle photographer living in eastern Pennsylvania.

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