Modern Grill Pan Cooking

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Contemporary Books, 2000 - Cooking - 128 pages
Health-conscious Americans are making grill pans a hot trend, with everyone from Martha Stewart to Gourmet magazine featuring foods cooked in the uniquely designed pan. The ridged cooking surface enables food to be grilled year-round, using less fat than any other method.

Modern Grill Pan Cooking features 100 recipes designed for fast, healthy cooking with the bonus of char-grilled look and flavor! Great for the health conscious, busy parents, singles on the go, and anyone who craves a barbecue in the dead of winter. Following an introduction on making the most of the grill pan, chapters on fish and shellfish, beef, lamb, pork, poultry, vegetables, and fruit offer a wide variety of innovative recipes for a host of occasions.
-- Gorgeous full-color photography throughout brings the recipes to life
-- Great grilled flavor year-round
-- Simple, healthy recipes for entertaining or for every day

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About the author (2000)

Gina Steer is a cookery editor, writer and broadcaster of many years' experience. She has written and contributed to a wide range of cook books and publications for many different publishers, including the Simple Cookery, Let's Cook and Quick and Simple cookery series for Flame Tree.

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