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Taste of Home: Grill It!: 343 Recipes and Secrets for Flame-Broiled Success Paperback – Bargain Price, May 6, 2010
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Launched in 1993, Taste of Home is North America's most popular cooking magazine, with nearly 4 million paid subscribers. The delectable, practical recipes-more than 75 in each issue-are family favorites contributed by Taste of Home readers. The dishes, all beautifully photographed, capture special flavors of the season and are made with ingredients that home cooks are likely to have on hand or can readily find at a local supermarket. New recipe contests are announced every issue, and readers are encouraged to send their best recipes for Taste of Home's regular features, like A Complete Meal in a Matter of Minutes, Cooking for One or Two, My Mom's Best Meal, Super Snacks & Appetizers, and Just Desserts. The magazine's unique staff of field editors is made up of over 1,000 experienced home cooks located in each state and Canadian province, who regularly share recipes, well-liked menus and tips. Taste of Home is published six times a year.
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I cant wait to put the grill to use over this coming Labor Day weekend.
The only thing I'm not quite sure about, is their recommended grilling times for Steaks. The times they call for medium rare seems way too long for Ribeyes, NY Strips, Porterhouse etc. Example, they recommend grilling a 1" Ribeye 11 ( medium-rare) to 14 (medium) minutes over medium direct heat. No mention of searing the steaks at all. So I'd be cautious going by their times. Better to invest in a good meat temp probe to be safe. Nothing worse than serving an overcooked piece of expensive steak.