If you haven’t figured it out yet Father’s Day is just around the corner. As in tomorrow. And if you haven’t bothered to start your shopping yet you just may be outta luck. Better start thinking “homemade”. OK, maybe there’s still hope, and it comes in the form of the last grilling book your dad may ever need, 1,001 Best Grilling Recipes: Delicious, Easy-to-Make Recipes From Around the World.
Just out from our friends at Agate Surrey Publishing, 1,001 Best Grilling Recipes is the latest in their famous “1,001” series of books. Written by Rick Browne, host of the PBS TV series “Barbecue America” and the author of seven earlier cookbooks, this tome is crammed with tried and true techniques, helpful tips and tricks, and just about everything else the aspiring pitmaster could use. Did I mention that it’s got over a thousand recipes?
From Beer Burgers to Dragon Ribs to Buttered Bourbon Onions, this book has something for everyone. And don’t worry if dad’s not all that good with the grill, the book kicks off with Rick’s key tips to effective grilling. Think of them as training wheels for the charcoal challenged.