The Big Publication of Outdoor Cooking and Entertaining
Published by HarperCollins 2010
America's out of doors cooking experts Cheryl and Bill Jamison have something big to say. So it takes a book this big to hold it all. They have put their knowledge about outdoor cooking and entertaining into one tremendous, colossal, humongous, comprehensive guide. Bursting with more than 850 recipes and hundreds of tips and how-tos for grilling, barbecuing, smoking, rotisserie roasting, planking, big-pot frying, and boiling, The Big Regulations of Outdoor Cooking and Entertaining is the only backyard cookbook you'll ever need. Cheryl and Bill traveled the globe sampling regional out of doors favorites, from barbecued Kansas City ribs to Texas brisket. They feasted on succulent rotisserie chickens from France, and banana-leaf-wrapped dishes from Mexico's Yucatán. They expert from the experts who fry up Chesapeake crab cakes, boil up a mess of Cajun crawfish, or perch poultry on a beer can for a long soak in wood smoke. Then they came adroit in and cooked and cooked until they had it right, so you can get it right. Whether it's hot little tapas, a serious steak, a juicy burger, flavorful fish, a pan jammed of paella, pizza or pasta topped with grilled vegetables, or chicken done to a turn, Cheryl and Bill will coach you to perfect results. And to full out those party meals, they offer an enormous selection of starters, sides, drinks, and desserts that will win raves from family, friends, and guests. The Big Ticket of Outdoor Cooking and Entertaining is chock-full of the Jamisons' signature easy-to-follow recipes for dishes like Jalapeño Cheeseburgers, Guava-Sauced Coddle Back Ribs, Tamarind-Tangerine Chicken Breasts, and Guinness-Soaked Pork Chops. In addition, they've included a load of advice on gear and tools, tips for the very best results, vignettes on outdoor cooking celebrations, and plenty of menu ideas. With The Big Book of Out of doors Cooking and Entertaining, you'll be the life of your own party. It's not just the last word on outdoor cooking. It's the biggest.
All About Wine Cellars
Published by Running Press 2009
As more people come to treasure the wisdom of buying wine by the case, they’re contemplating the installation of a home wine cellar to store and protect their vinous investments, whether they live in a one-bedroom apartment or a family with room to spare. This concise, helpful book by respected New York Times wine writer Howard G. Goldberg offers basic conduct on planning, organizing, and maintaining a wine collection, with tips on how to choose the right storage system, create the proper climatic environment, and withhold track of what’s there and when it’s ready to drink. Goldberg also presents a fascinating history of wine collecting, with wonderfully entertaining stories of some famous cellars.