Summer's here and time to fire up the grill. The secret to successful barbecuing is combining cooking technique, style, flavoring, and best ingredients. St. Louis-style barbecue refers to various pork dishes prepared with a sweet and tomato-based sauce. With these titles from our digital collection your next barbecuing can be a fun experience with a great tasting meal as a result.
Take a man. Add a can. Now throw in a grill. Sounds like a recipe for disaster, right? But with the geniuses who brought you A Man, a Can, a Plan are calling the shots, any guy can turn his culinary carnage into a killer meal. The 50 recipes include: Photos of most ingredients, so shopping is a breeze Instructions for charcoal and propane grills alike Options for vegetarians Other useful facts about the ingredients and grilling techniques Whether the menu calls for beer-basted chicken or shish kebabs, Joachim's approach to barbecuing will lure even the most inexperienced cook to slap on an apron.
In Barbecue Joints, travel the highways and byways with a true barbecue aficionado, David Gelin, and share the scrumptious odors of hickory pits and the tangy sauces and rubs that make barbecue the signature dish of the South. Look closely and you will recognize a South where barbecue is a kind of national dish and the people who cook and serve it are, well, national heroes. This book is not just about the joints, but even more so about the good folks who are the heart and soul of them. Barbecue Joints is more than a heartfelt tale of the colorful characters that run them-it also serves as a travel guide as well as a how-to on barbecue, filled with recipes as well as instruction on building a BBQ pit of your very own!
Bon Appétit focuses on what's "now" in the world of food, drink, and entertaining, while still giving readers valuable cooking tools, tips, and most of all, recipes. This food lifestyle publication looks at life through the lens of food & cooking in, dining out, travel, entertainment, shopping and design.