Tag Archives: grilling

SOAKED, SLATHERED, & SEASONED: A Simple Guide to Flavoring Food for the Grill

“Outdoor cooking is the best way to prepare food, bar none,” says grilling and barbecue expert Elizabeth Karmel. “Not only is it simple, but the food tastes great and it is a fun activity. It’s as close to a vacation as you can get without leaving your backyard!” May 5, 2009 — In an encore […]

Your Guide to Becoming a Grill Master – Grilling for Dummies, Second Edition!

Now updated — your guide to becoming an expert grill master! April 28, 2009 – Are you gearing up to grill? This hands-on guide explains how to purchase, use, and maintain everything from charcoal and gas grills to smokers and rotisseries for your grill. You get the latest on the different types of grills and […]

New Cookbooks for Spring and Summer from Wiley & Better Homes and Gardens

 Grillin’ and Chillin’ Fresh and Easy Meals Budget Meals: Save Big $$$ With Smart Ways to Shop and Efficient Ways to Cook    Better Homes and Gardens® Grillin’ and Chillin’ by Better Homes and Gardens (Wiley Paperback; $12.95; April 2009) Put on your apron and pull out the tongs-it’s time to fire up the grill! […]

BBQ SAUCES, RUBS, & MARINADES FOR DUMMIES® teaches readers exactly how to achieve barbecue perfection

True American barbecue—slow-cooked cuts of pork or beef, cooked at relatively low temperatures—is a far cry from the quick-cook, backyard style that produces charred weenies, burgers, and steaks. Real barbecue requires proper technique and preparation, and above all else patience. Sometimes, simply waiting is the most important thing a blue-ribbon barbecue cook can do. Sound […]