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eBook The New Grilling Book (Better Homes and Gardens Test Kitchen) epub

by Kristi Fuller,Better Homes and Gardens

eBook The New Grilling Book (Better Homes and Gardens Test Kitchen) epub
  • ISBN: 0696210290
  • Author: Kristi Fuller,Better Homes and Gardens
  • Genre: Cookbooks
  • Subcategory: Outdoor Cooking
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Better Homes and Gardens; 1 edition (March 15, 2000)
  • ePUB size: 1258 kb
  • FB2 size 1922 kb
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Better Homes and Gardens's The New Grilling Book opens with an introduction offering good advice on grill types, fuel types, safety, and maintenance basics.

Better Homes and Gardens's The New Grilling Book opens with an introduction offering good advice on grill types, fuel types, safety, and maintenance basics. The several hundred recipes include condiments, appetizers, main dishes, and desserts-all prepared right on the grill. Each recipe has specific directions for charcoal and gas grills, along with a chapter on smoke cooking. You'll find the usual suspects, with recipes for ribs, steaks, and vegetables, but there's some less-than-usual fare, including Polenta with Ratatouille and Banana-Chocolate Tiramisu.

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These tips from the Better Homes & Gardens Test Kitchen will help you achieve control over gas and charcoal grill . Learn the parts of the grill before heading to the store. This way you'll be sure your new purchase matches all your grilling needs.

These tips from the Better Homes & Gardens Test Kitchen will help you achieve control over gas and charcoal grill temperatures so you can cook your steaks, burgers, and brats just right.

The Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook has been a part of most American kitchens since 1930. When Better Homes and Gardens first published the New Cook Book in 1930 they stated that there had never been a cookbook like this one. People believed them. Within 3 months My Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book was on the best seller list. So what made this cookbook different from all the rest? First of all, homemakers loved the new ring binder method of holding the book together.

This was THE cook book in my mother's kitchen.

I still refer to the Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book for weights and measures and how many cups are in 4 ounces for example and thermometer readings for meats and many other inquiries I may have. This was THE cook book in my mother's kitchen.

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More than 1,400 recipes-tested and perfected in the Better Homes and Gardens Test Kitchen-including 400+ quick and easy ones. All-new 20-Minute chapter, which includes more than 45 fast meal solutions. Plus, the Grilling chapter now features recipes for the turkey fryer and more recipes for the smoke cooker. Simple menu ideas featured in every main-dish chapter.

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Barbecue lovers will rejoice! This is the definitive guide to grilling, with everything cooks need to know, from the basics to the secrets of master grillers. Recipes include main dishes and sauces, appetizers, side dishes, even desserts.

Easy-to-use ringbound format.

Cooking directions for charcoal and gas grills and smokers.

Hundreds of timesaving tips. Color photos. Useful charts.

Preparation and grilling times and nutrition information for every kitchen-tested recipe.

Comments: (7)
Westened
Being a Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook I was so excited to receive this and start COOKING with my grandchildren! I read the reviews and thought this one was going to be perfect. So, I have a mixed review on this. While the cookbook itself is done quite nicely, meaning it is vibrant and appealing and the recipes are easy to read and fun there is not really any cooking going on in it. The recipes are simply smoothies, or wraps, or things similar in nature. It is more of already made items that you assemble. My grandchildren, ages 5 and 8, were disappointed and said they "already knew how to grab a tortilla and put things in it," and that it wasn't cooking. If it had the "quick view" enabled on it or customer reviews would have posted images and I was able to see some of the pages and recipes, I would not have purchased this. I purchased this going by the reviews alone. My grandkids help out in the kitchen quite frequently and are familiar with cooking. I wanted something to help the younger ones learn how to measure ingredients, make things from scratch, and get comfortable with kitchen safety and lingo. This is def not the book for that. If you are looking for a cookbook that is easy to follow, extremely basic and is more of a pre-made 'assembly' for recipes (i.e. open a can of biscuits and put jelly on it), then this is the book for you. If you are wanting something to challenge your budding chefs, and/or educate them in the kitchen I recommend looking elsewhere, perhaps, the Williams-Sonoma The Kid's Cookbook: A great book for kids who love to cook (Williams-Sonoma Lifestyles) by Abigail J. Dodge,
Spilberg
I have had an older edition of this cookbook for over 15 years, and it never disappoints. I own other general cookbooks, Betty Crocker and Joy of Cooking, but I have found the recipes in this book to be the best. One feature of the new edition is something in every section called "Make it Mine" where the book gives a standard recipe that can have many variations and then gives you options to "make it yours". An example is the recipe for burgers in the meat section which gives examples of different seasonings you can use to make your burgers different. In the cookies section the Make it Mine section talks about different fats you can use. Each section has handy tips like how to purchase a cookie sheet and which types work best for the best turnout. I love the spiral-bound format since it lays flat on the counter. You can also add or remove pages. There is a new section called Holiday Favorites with lots of yummy-looking recipes like Red Velvet Cake, Dulce de Leche-Hazelnut Pumpkin Pie, and Homemade Checkerboard Rolls. I think a lot of these recipes may have been in the older edition, but they were not sectioned off by themselves. It basically gives every recipe you'd ever need to prepare a traditional holiday meal, complete with dessert. The nutrition information, which was also included in my older version, is always helpful.

Overall this book is a fantastic guide, and I recommend it to experienced cooks and beginners alike.
Kage
My 7 year old son is into cooking and this was our 4th children's cook book we have bought and by far THE BEST! It is unisex for both boys and girls. It explains the basics so well that I wish I had started with this cook book. The start of the book has information on cooking terms and meanings, kitchen safety, pictionary of tools, measuring, recipe reading and healthy cooking. Recipes are child oriented like "Football Meatloaf" and "Crazy Pet Muffins." The pages are bright and colorful. It is a MUST buy for a budding chef!
Adaly
I love the cartoons and kidfriendly recipes, but the ridiculous stress on fat-free everything is sad to see. Fat doesn't make you fat, people. It's actually a necessary building block for every cell in our bodies. In order to make a product fatfree, chemical additives take the fat's place. Not a positive nutritional step for growing bodies. I wouldn't have bought the book, had I known this.
anonymous
I've faithfully purchased Better Homes and Gardens cookbooks since the 1980s and overall the BH&G cookbooks have been solid references. I also purchase Betty Crocker cookbooks as I learned to cook with Betty. Between the two cookbooks I find plenty of basic but varied recipes. Of the two BH&G cookbooks tend to slant more towards modern home cooking while Betty Crocker tends to lean more towards baking and desserts. I'm happy with both cookbooks as they both fill their niche.

The Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 16th edition, has headed back towards more mainstream recipes than it's predecessor which ventured off to some of the more exotic recipes. I like the 16th edition as every cook needs to have a good cookbook filled with basic (foundation) recipes you can depend on for daily cooking.

Some of the recipes you will find in this cookbook include:

Bacon-Cheddar-Stuffed Mushrooms
All-American Cheeseburger Soup
Beer Can Chicken
Oven-Fried Parmesan Chicken
Fish Tacos
Baked Fish with Variations (A Make It Mine recipe)
Oven-Baked Pork Chops (8 to Try recipe)
Mashed Potatoes (A Cook's Secrets recipe)
Buttermilk Pancakes
Fruit Coffee Cake
Fritata
Red Velvet Cupcakes
Maple, Apple and Cheddar Pie

The Make It Mine recipes take a key ingredient and suggest variations using the key ingredient.

The 8 to Try offers another key recipe with 8 variations using the key ingredient.

The Cook's Secret's recipes offer key tips and color photos showing how to prepare the recipe for maximum flavor.

The cookbook comes already organized and ready-to-go. Some notebook style cookbooks do not do this and you have to figure out how to insert the binder tabs and pages inside the cookbook. Fortunately the BH&G cookbook comes good-to-go.

My only critique of this cookbook is the choice of print color for the recipe titles and recipe highlights. My aging eyes have difficulty reading red ink on a white page. A better choice of print color would have been black or dark blue.

This is a fine cookbook for the novice cook as it will teach the basics without being boring.

Recommend.
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