Now that the snow has finally disappeared and we’re starting to feel and see signs of the elusive New England Spring, barbeque grills are being rolled out of hibernation. Fair-weather grillers, the time is nigh to find new recipes for the grill. We have a slew of BBQ and grilling cookbooks to try from popular celebrity chefs like Bobby Flay, Mario Batali, Emeril Lagasse, Guy Fieri, the Deen Brothers and newscaster, Al Roker, as well as other grill enthusiasts.
Check out these titles to put a little extra flair in your flame-seared dinner:
Grill expert Steven Raichen goes global with this international collection of easy-to-make recipes that make you go “wow” from 60 countries around the world, in Planet Barbeque!
The folks at Weber, the famous American grill manufacturer, have released several best-selling cookbooks including their most recent one, Weber’s New Real Grilling. Retro-fans may enjoy the Weber website’s timeline of the evolution of their barrel grill through the decades. Love those 70’s avocado green, golden rod yellow, and orange kettle grills!
For those who want to learn great techniques by watching, check out Bobby Flay’s fun, instructional DVD series, Boy Meets Grill, at the library.
And let us not forget those tiara-wearing BBQ Queens who present 100 easy recipes that can be prepared in 30-45 minutes or under in their appropriately named cookbook, Weeknight Grilling with the BBQ Queens.