Great Grillin' Cookbook: Over 100 Exciting Ideas for Every Taste, Plus Grilling Methods and Serving Tips

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Chartwell Books, Jul 1, 1999 - Cooking - 128 pages
The definitive guide to hosting a glorious barbecue. Essential equipment and cooking techniques are explained and recipes from all over the world are set forth to tempt your appetite. Dine on Tex-Mex, Greek, even Japanese recipes for the grill. Rich marinades and aromatic basting recipes help bring out the best in any food you cook. There is a special vegetarian section for the non-meat-eaters.

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About the author (1999)

Annette Yates co-runs the Taste Talk food consultancy, offering companies many services that include designing inspirational recipes, organizing photography, food styling and developing magazine and newspaper features. She is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, the Guild of Food Writers, the Institute of Consumer Sciences and the Microwave Technologies Association. In her native Wales she is a keen supporter of food producers, farmers' markets and chefs, working with them all to create unique taste experiences and food events. She has contributed to many magazines, including Ideal Home, Waitrose Seasons and Prima, and has written over 30 cookbooks including Real British Dishes (Elliot Right Way Books) and Feasting on Flames (Apple).

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