Whoever said grills are reserved for weekend barbecues has never met Diane Morgan. In her newest grilling cookbook, she presents a compelling argument that grills should be used every night, complete with 125 recipes and the promise of less dishwashing. For novice grillers, she’s incorporated chapters on types of grills, cleaning and safety tips, and lists of helpful tools.
Mouthwatering recipes include meat and veggie entrées, side dishes, and even flame-broiled desserts like Bananas Slicked with Rum and Molasses. If that’s not enough, she’s even added “The Grill Planner,” a chapter devoted to ensuring that Tuesday’s leftover ingredients from Shrimp and Pineapple Skewers with Garlic and Cilantro Drizzle will become Wednesday’s Pineapple, Shrimp, and Anaheim Chile Salad.
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