Grilling

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2003 - Cooking - 208 pages
Fire up the grill--because you're about to find out how to make the best barbecue ever! From the perfect burger to lip-smacking, down-home chicken to a feast of vegetables, invite friends and family into the backyard for unforgettable grilled meals. It doesn't matter if you're a beginning cook: every one of these tasty recipes uses a limited number of ingredients to keep things nice and simple. Even the layout makes it easier to use, because everything needed for a dish appears right on the same spread; no turning to a separate section to locate that tangy honey mustard or teriyaki sauce. Try grilled rosemary lamb kabobs, skewered beef tenderloin, marinated Portobello mushrooms, tuna steak with cantaloupe salsa, and corn on the cob. Plus a world of grilling know-how.
 

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Contents

The Joys of Grilling 8 SafetySmart Grilling 9 Charcoal Grills 10 Gas Grills
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Other Grills 14 Necessary Tools 15 Basic Utensils 16 Now What Do I Do?
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Skewered Beef Tenderloin 22 Grilled Tuna Brochettes 24 ChickenZucchini Kebabs
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Rosemary Lamb Kebabs 32 Vegetable Medley With Balsamic Glaze
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Meat
122
chapter? Seafood
142
chapters Sandwiches
166
Spinach and Feta Tortillas 1JO Flank Steak Sandwiches With
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Index
200
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