Indoor Grilling: For Stovetop and Tabletop

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Bristol Pub. Enterprises, 1994 - Cooking - 171 pages
Americans love to grill, and grilling indoors is the "hottest" new cooking method. This book provides information about grills, delicious healthy ideas and practical techniques, and more than 100 recipes for appetizers, meat, poultry, seafood and vegetables. Look for zesty marinades, relishes and sauces to complete the perfect grilled meal.

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Contents

INDOOR GRILLING
1
GRILLED MEATS
34
GRILLED SEAFOOD
58
GRILLED POULTRY
87
SIDE DISHES AND ACCOMPANIMENTS
115
GRILLED VEGETABLES
130
GRILLED SANDWICHES
159
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About the author (1994)

deceased.

Seasoned authors, Bob and Coleen Simmons have been writing cookbooks and food-related articles for more than thirty years. They are the co-authors of Williams Sonoma "Wine &Food" and "Essentials of Roasting", as well as "Tapas Fantasticas "and dozens of other titles.

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