Red, White, and 'Que
Farm-Fresh Foods for the American Grill
By Karen Adler and Judith Fertig
A colorful American grilling book with seasonal recipes specializing in native ingredients and flavors, using inventive techniques on the backyard grill.
This new title from the authors of The Gardener and the Grill is backyard grilling like never before, with an emphasis on the fruits and vegetables usually neglected in favor of steak or barbecued chicken. Each recipe makes the most of seasonal American ingredients and flavors like bourbon, bacon, blackberries, country ham, maple syrup, pomegranates, craft beer, pecans, and sweet onions. In the winter, you can make Ember-Roasted Brussels Sprouts basted with browned butter or Barbecuer's White Bean Cassoulet, and in the warmer months, Planked Chicken Breasts with Chile Lime Sofrito, Root Beer Ribs, and Grilled Banana Splits. And with inventive techniques such as ember roasting and flavored wood smoke, each recipe is perfect for date nights, family dinners, and tailgate parties.
Celebrate the magic of flame-kissed food on the grill all year round, with vegetables straight from the American garden.
Karen Adler and Judith Fertig are the BBQ Queens. Experts on grilling and barbecuing, they've written dozens of books on their favorite recipes and best grilling methods, including The Gardener and the Grill, Patio Pizzeria, and BBQ Bistro. The fabulous pair has appeared on the Food Network and Better Homes & Gardens TV, and they both share their skills in grilling classes that have reached over 75,000 students. Today with tongs in hand, they're grilling and barbecuing away in Kansas City, Kansas.
- Other details
- Publication date:
04 May 2017
- Page count:
Running Press Adult