The Best Recipe: Grilling & BBQ Hardcover – Jan 1 2001
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"...how to grill everything from lobsters to pizzas and apples to zucchini..." -- Detroit Free Press
"The most practical guide of all." -- Williams-Sonoma, TASTE
About the Author
Cook's Illustrated, Home of America's Test Kitchen producesthe very popular America's Test Kitchen Public Television series that is seen inboth the US and Canada by over 1 million viewers. Additionally, it is associatedwith Cooks Illustrated Magazine, a leading and highly respected foodpublication that is available throughout Canada.
Cook's Illustrated and America's Test Kitchen titles includingThe New Best Recipe - revised and expanded from the classic, The BestRecipe, which has sold over 350,000 copies, companions to the America's TestKitchen Public Television series, and many other bestselling and award-winningcookbooks such as Baking Illustrated, Cover and Bake and TheBest Kitchen Quick Tips.
Top Customer Reviews
This past Thanksgiving I grill roasted my first turkey to perfection. For the super bowl I cooked shrimp that my guests could not get enough of. Recently I cooked a pork loin that was seared beautifully on the outside and cooked just right on the inside. I look forward to future succeses with this book and heartily recommend to those who love barbecue done right.
This book is terrific. It discusses equipment without being dated. It gives recommended tempuratures, techniques, lore, and basic procedures which has transformed me from a grill-incompetent pyromaniac to a confident griller. It covers procedures for both gas and different types of charcoal fires for each type of meat as well.
I eat a lot of grilled chicken breasts and the simple information in here has helped me to "break the cycle, stop the arson." With the easy procedures in this book I can now cook chicken breasts plain, without brining, basting or marinading, and they don't come out dry, but tender and juicy. That's a feat!!! : )....
Most recent customer reviews
I know of no other cookbook that goes through such rigorous experimentation in order to come up with the best possible recipes. Read morePublished on July 6 2003 by Jason Buberel
This is by far the best cookbook for the grill that I have found. Every recipe that I have tried was received with rave reviews. Read morePublished on June 8 2002
And not just because it validated my purchase of a Weber Genesis gas grill, though that was a plus.
It's the usual Cook's Illustrated gig: the scientific method applied to... Read more
I have not read Mr.Tremblay's book. However, if you will provide a copy, I would be most pleased to critique this missive. Read morePublished on Nov. 27 2001 by angelo scampini