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Exclusively Kamado: 50 Innovative Recipes for your Ceramic Smoker and Grill Hardcover – September 29, 2015
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Now onto the recipes! The recipes are broken up into sections: Snacks and Appetizers, Main Events, Veggies and Sides, and finally, the most exciting- Getting Creative with the Kamado. Many of the recipes include tips or personal sidebars from the authors. I love the inclusion of these! All of the recipes are wonderful- they all taste amazing. However, getting creative with the kamado is my FAVORITE section. They are unique and interesting recipes that you’d never imagine you could make on a grill. But trust me- they’re wonderful. My suggestions are the baked brie in puff pastry and the oh-so-amazing bacon tornado! Are you intrigued? PICK THIS UP!
In the "Intro" section, it attempts to go through how a Kamado works, some tips and pointers, etc. The problem with this section is that it says nothing about perhaps the MOST important thing, and that is how to achieve the temperature you need, and then how to manage the temperature during the cook.
Then the rest of the book is recipes, but the recipes are fairly "foo-fee" ones. The type of stuff that you might want to make once-in-a-blue-moon, rather than a staple kind of thing. For example, if you want to cook chicken, it gives you two recipes: Zesty No-fry buttermilk chicken, and red pepper and bacon-bathed chicken kebabs. That's it.
So I dunno. Whether you are looking for Kamado techniques or recipes, there are much better books.
This book opens with a good run down of the basics of using a Kamado grill and then gives you some excellent seasoning recipes to get your mouth watering early! After you read through these basic operational instructions and seasoning blend recipes Paul gets you right down to business with the meat of this book which is the recipes! Most of the recipes in this book are accompanied by excellent photos to show you what these dishes look like. The photos are excellent and make me want to try quite a few of these recipes myself! The recipe sections of this book are broken down into Snacks and Appetizers, Main Events, Veggies and Sides, followed by an interesting section called "Getting Creative with the Kamado." This final section contains some "outside the box" recipes for you to try on your Kamado grill!
I have earmarked about 10 recipes from this book that I plan to try very soon and I'm definitely looking foward to it! As a serious Kamado enthusiast, I'm always interested in books that are geared toward OUR favorite outdoor cooking tool!
Paul, you have done a great job with this book!