Wednesday, August 13, 2014

The Kamado Smoker and Grill (cookbook review)

If you are looking for a cookbook that takes you from soup to nuts explaining things that both the novice and the seasoned outdoor cook can appreciate then this is the book for you. This book is filled with recipes that everyone can appreciate.
Tips, everyone wants tips and tricks and you will find them numbered and with a nice large banner so you know where they are. Don't know what reverse searing is? You will find the answer in this book.
While the book is loaded with pictures and step by step visual instructions I do think there could have been a few full page images of some of these delicious dishes. All in all this is a great cookbook and you don't necessarily have to have a Kamado Smoker to benefit from all the good advice as these tips and techniques have cross over to any backyard grill set up that you may have. Go out an pick up a copy.

I received a free copy of this book to review and secondly the author is one of my colleagues as a Char-Broil AllStar.


Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen said...

Chris certainly does know his way around the grill. He's also a colleague of mine and I've known him for quite a while. I wish him all the best with this great cookbook. I've learned quite a lot from him through the years reading his blog and I know I certainly could learn plenty more grilling tips from him.

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