Weber's Way to Grill: The Step-by-Step Guide to Expert Grilling (Sunset Books)
Everything a griller wants to know in the most complete grilling technique book ever: Five keys to grilling great steak The right way with baby back ribs What to do when flare-ups happen The way to smoke a turkey Five secrets for perfect fish every time Simple ways to check for doneness Getting great results with your smoker The way to handle foods that stick Working burger magic every time Over 1,000 step-by-step photos More than 160 delicious new recipes Dozens of rubs, sauces, marinades, and more What is Weber's Way to Grill? Well, first of all, it is not just one way to grill. It is not about absolute right and wrong when it comes to issues like gas versus charcoal, direct versus indirect heat, or grilling with the lid on or off. Webers Way to Grill includes and embraces any way to grill so long as it works. And what works best is paying attention to culinary details. There is a big difference between winging it and paying attention. Thats the point of Weber's Way to Grill. That's why this book includes so many how-to photographs and explanatory captions and detailed recipes. The emphasis here is on paying close attention. Its about learning how and why certain ways work well, so that you can move beyond the limits of winging it. Great taste lies in the details. Just pay attention and enjoy a new level of grilling success.
Who would have thought the Big Book could be replaced?
By Kevin Nicholls "jaded, aging hipster" - January 26, 2009
You will love this cookbook!
By d bucci - January 22, 2009
Best Book Yet From Purviance & Weber!!
By John G. Gleeson Sr. - March 7, 2009
As all true grilling afficiandos know, this is the fifth book that Jamie Purviance and the Weber folks have produced that is chock full of recipies and grilling tips to maximize the quality of what we cook on the grill. The first four, "Weber's Art of the Grill", , "Weber's Big Book of Grilling", "Real Grilling" and "Charcoal Grilling are all in print, are reasonably priced and are avalable here at Amazon.com. IMHO, all belong on the cookbook shelf because of the quality of the recipies, as well as the simplicity of preparing them.
So, why buy this book? There are several reasons:
RECIPIES Nomatter what else is in a cookbook, if the recipies aren't capable of producing goodies that excite the palate, are overly complex or overly time consuming, the book is of questionable value. "Way to Grill" is full of flavorful, simple recipies which address nearly every conceivable type of food, including veggies and desserts. There are also recipies for rubs and sauces... read more
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