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Sam the Cooking Guy: Just Grill This! Paperback – April 5, 2011
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sam the cooking guy's awesomely delicious guide to grilling.
just grill this! features Sam the Cooking Guy's simple, delicious, and occasionally unconventional recipes for cooking anything on the grill. With his trademark irreverence and humor, Sam demystifies the age-old process of cooking with fireand he leaves nothing out. From things "not normally grilled" like salad and pizza, to a week's worth of burgers, seafood, and even dessertsit's all here. With just grill this!, you may never see the inside of your kitchen again.
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Sam has a way with making the simple stuff better.
"Fast. easy and tasty" is this man's mantra. Highly recommended!
Pepper Chili Sauce
½ cup chili sauce
2 tablespoons coarsely ground black pepper
If you already thanked me for the ketchup version, we're good.
Go back to eating.
Zien writes with a good sense of wit; however, this humor is not for everyone and at times somewhat forced.||Brief sidebars labeled BTW are scattered throughout the book giving good, useful, sometimes additional recipe information.||This medium-format trade paperback cookbook is a no-nonsense production without frills and unnecessary fillers using only black and lime-green in the text. Illustrations are of less than professional quality and some barely acceptable; all black-and-white except for a 16-page center-bound section of color photos. Of the illustrations, 31 photos show the author and several his dogs and his son; an unneeded distraction.||The author writes for cooks using gas grills as he is a "gas grill kind of guy." If you have a charcoal grill, you can still use this cookbook but you are better off with one written specifically for charcoal--the instructions are not quite the same. The index is brief but excellent and nicely cross referenced.