Grilling Just Got A Whole Lot Easier
Steven Raichlen is synonymous with barbecue. The James Beard Award-winning author of an impressive array of New York Times bestselling cookbooks, a Barbecue Hall of Famer and international PBS star has shaped America’s obsession with live-fire cooking for decades. Following the success of Project Smoke, Raichlen returns to the subject that earned him his reputation as a pioneer of the grill with PROJECT FIRE: Cutting-Edge Techniques and Sizzling Recipes from the Caveman Porterhouse to Salt Slab Brownie S’mores.
After thirty books, seven TV series – including a new one out this May, Project Fire on PBS – two decades of Barbecue University classes, 60 countries and 6 continents traveled, one might wonder what else Raichlen could possibly say about grilling. Turns out, it’s a lot. Never before have American home cooks used a wider range of grilling techniques, nor had access to a more diverse array of flavors and ingredients. Delivering both a complete step-by-step handbook to mastering the latest techniques and equipment alongside a collection of over 100 innovative recipes for grilling every kind of food, Project Fire is the modern grilling treatise. Some topics & tips include:
- An in-depth rundown on various grills, from kamados to pellet grills, plancha grills to hybrid wood burners
- Essential tips like how to keep your food from sticking and avoid flare-ups
- A complete exploration of grilling methods, from “caveman” to salt-slab to leaf grilling
- The seven steps to grilling nirvana
- Plus recipes ranging from starters like Bacon Grilled Onion Rings to classics like Reverse-Seared Tomahawk Steaks to creative dishes like Hay-Grilled Mussels with Charcoal Butter, Peruvian Grilled Chicken with Creamy Salsa Verde, and Caveman Lobster with Absinthe Butter, to the inventive Ember-Roasted Beet Salad, Smoke-Roasted Carrots with Spice-Scented Yogurt, Grilled Sangria and Cinnamon-Grilled Peaches with Bourbon Brown Sugar Glaze.
A stunning collection of recipes and techniques, Project Fire provides a wealth of information for how we want to grill today.
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