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I want to clarify things here. I would not call this a book, but rather a pamphlet. It looks like something you'd get when you purchase the vacuum marinating container. Read morePublished 1 month ago by kgmom
I ordered this expecting a comprehensive book of recipes and ideas for Grilling and BBQ -- instead I got 41 pages (including the index) with 3 fish recipes, 5 chicken recipes a few... Read morePublished 8 months ago by C. McKenna
If you've ever had a pork chop come off the grill too dry, wondered what exactly the difference is between "direct medium" and "direct medium-high," wished your... Read morePublished 10 months ago by originalbob
Great book. A witty read and highly informative. I bought for smoking techniques but BBQ tips are just as valuable.Published 19 months ago by Joe Yates
If you want to extend your grilling skills this is a great book. I use it as a reference as well as make recipes.Published 20 months ago by profmfc
Well organized and easy to find exactly the instructions you seek. Detailed and descriptive about different grilling techniques, e.g. direct vs. indirect grilling. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Houston C.
Elizabeth did a fantastic job in this publication Not only is it informative but it is also very enjoyable readingPublished 23 months ago by Jean Crawford
i bought this book in a goodwill store in a small town in arkansas and loved it so much that i ordered two more for friends and family. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Sean A. Eddy