"Elizabeth Karmel explains the basics, from choosing a grill and other equipment to knowing when to use the direct or indirect cooking method. If you're an accomplished griller, you'll get recipes and tips to take your grill skills to the next level. Expand your repertoire with this definitive book that reveals proven grilling secrets, delves into the fine points of authentic barbecue (time and smoke are key), and encourages you to be more adventurous. More than 350 recipes in Taming the Flame offer a wealth of choices for any occasion." "Not all the recipes are hot off the grill. Some will complement your grill creations, including nibbles and bits (your crowd will clamor for the tumbled tomatoes), salads and side dishes (some grilled, some not), and desserts (including The Best Apple Pie You've Ever Eaten and Zesty Lemon Bars). Libations ranging from Rockin' Chair Lemonade to Pomegranate Margaritas will liven up any cookout."--BOOK JACKET.
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