Monday, April 12, 2010

Cookbook Review: Grilling For All Seasons by Rick Browne

✰✰✰✰✰ Enjoying that great outdoor, grilled taste is not just for summer any more. Rick Browne, the host of PBS's Barbecue America, shares his tips for grilling any time of the year in Grilling For All Seasons.

What I love about this cookbook is that the recipes are divided by the seasons. Each season is then represented by a color which is visible on the side of the book as well. Rick has included two complete menus for each season plus a selection of
À la carte items. There's grilling recipes for beef, poultry, fish, seafood, and veggies. You can even prepare dessert on the grill! How about trying a Grilled Cherry Cobbler? Yum!

A chapter on grilling tips and guidelines is included. The full-color photographs are plentiful, and recipes are easy to read and follow. Additionally, Mr. Browne has thoughtfully indicated that the temperatures for preparing food on the grill are the same temperatures for oven and stove top preparation. Recipes can also be mixed and matched from any season to create a unique menu all your own.

The Bottom Line:
Folks who love to grill, and folks who love to eat will love Rick Browne's cookbook. So get daring and pick up a copy because you too can grill in any season. Highly recommended for outdoor cooks of all levels.

Grilling For All Seasons by Rick Browne. Published by Sellers Publishing, Inc. in 2009. Paperback edition with 160 p. ISBN: 978-1-4162-0782-5

As a bonus, check out Rick Browne's

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