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He's one of the most down to earth chefs out there. He doesn't come off as arrogant and full of himself. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Rachel R in NJ
This is a nice book to have the in a collection. It's exactly want is expected from Mr Flay: good recipes and insight.Published 9 months ago by Dawhip
I have found that I don't care for electronic cookbooks. The formatting is off in the charts (i.e. internal temperatures) and there are some pictures at the end of the book, but... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Carol Mendenhall
You've got to love Bobby Flay at the grill! He's sensational! So creative and full of new ideas. I especially love what he does with fruit on the grill! Read morePublished 11 months ago by newbee
It's only okay. I do admit to being a bit disappointed after owning (and using) a couple of other Bobby Flay cookbooks. This one ... not so great.Published 12 months ago by MJG
I was thrilled that Bobby explains how to use the spices and herbs. His recipes are easy and delicious.Published 12 months ago by flora a smith