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- Publisher: Open Road Media (May 5, 2015)
- Publication Date: May 5, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00UUMOO3C
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The Complete Book of Outdoor Cookery Kindle Edition
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The chapter on laying a fire for grilling contains information that would be considered somewhat dated. Most people now use fire starters such as a Weber 7447 Compact Rapidfire Chimney Starter to get the charcoal fire going. I'd recommend that technique as lighter fluid sometimes imparts an off-taste to the food you are preparing.
Chapters you will find in this cookbook include:
Charcoal Grills and Grill Equipment
Fire and Fuel
A Guide for Charcoal Broiling and Roasting
Fish and Shellfish
Other Grilled Meats, Including Innards
Appetizers, On and Off the Grill
Fruits and Vegetables
Smoking and Smoke Cookery
Partners for Grilled Foods
Frills for the Grill
Marinades, Bastes and Sauces
Picnics and Cook-Outs
Galley and Trailer Cookery
You will find menu suggestions scattered throughout Beard's cookbook which should help with meal planning.
Some recipes that piqued my interest include:
Broiled Shrimps, Tarragon (yes the word shrimps is used here not shrimp)
Farmyard Pork Chops
Lamb Chops with Garlic
Old-Fashioned Minute Steak Smothered in Mushrooms
Colbert Butter (Serve with grilled meats or fish)
Asparagus Salad I
Bacon and Egg Salad
Melon Salad (I do believe the French dressing is the oil and vinegar type not the tomato-based dressing)
Old-Fashioned Ice Cream
Rice with Buttered Crumbs
Nevada Chili Beans
Baking Mix (from which you can bake many quick breads while camping or on the trail)
This is a comprehensive cookbook that includes recipes for almost any outdoor activity and when used wisely will serve the cook well.
Review written after downloading a book from NetGalley.