Master of the Grill: Foolproof Recipes, Top-Rated Gadgets, Gear & Ingredients Plus Clever Test Kitchen Tips & Fascinating Food Science
Once again, America’s Test Kitchen has beautifully intertwined science and art together in Master of the Grill. This 464-page guide includes the answers to all your grilling questions. And even the answers to questions you didn’t know you had. The layout of Master of the Grill is easy to follow with each chapter working up based off skill level from: “The Basics” to “The Serious Projects.” Useful illustrations and photography also litter the pages alongside recipes and techniques.
It should be noted that this is more than a recipe book. It provides hacks to save yourself time, money, and sanity without sacrificing flavor. Need an example? After comparing several domestic and imported beers, testers found that Budweiser was the best beer for boiling your bratwurst—allowing you to save the good stuff for drinking. This is the kind of cookbook that gives you more than recipes, it gives you the foundations needed to create your own—allowing you to be the most efficient and loved griller in the family.
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|Author||America's Test Kitchen|
|Page Count||454 pages|
|Publisher||America's Test Kitchen|
|Amazon||Buy this Book|
|Category||Cooking, Food & Wine|