Penguin Random House

The BBQ Companion: 50 Recipe Cards for Grilling Perfection

SKU: 9781922754370

$24.95

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Fire up the grill and get your tongs ready to start flipping this deck's fifty delicious barbecue recipes.

 

The BBQ Companion is your guide to grilling up a great time--just pull out a card and get cooking in the great outdoors. With fifty recipes in the deck, it's got you covered for chicken, beef, lamb, pork, seafood, and veggies, as well as options for side dishes and even desserts.

 

In the mood for a classic? Try a barbecued steak with béarnaise sauce, grilled buttermilk chicken, or sticky beef short ribs with bourbon-laced BBQ sauce. Or, if you're looking for something different, there's Korean bulgogi tofu, haloumi burgers with peperonata, or rum-spiked barbecued banana boats. Each card comes with a different recipe, with enough choices to keep you cooking all summer. So, just shuffle the deck and get grilling.

 

Other recipes include:
  • Grilled beef fajitas with salsa & guacamole
  • Brazilian cachaça chicken skewers
  • Fiery lemongrass chicken wings
  • Pork tenderloin with maple, ginger & orange glaze
  • Southern-style baby back pork ribs
  • Spiced fish tacos with chipotle sauce
  • Louisiana prawn po'boy
  • Lobster tail & salad sliders
  • Grilled lamb loin with anchovy & garlic butter
  • Chermoula lamb shoulder with garlic & tahini yogurt
  • Argentinian beef with chimichurri
  • Thai chile-coconut surf & turf skewers
  • And Japanese okonomiyaki

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