Boy Meets Grill by Bobby Flay

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As the star of the popular Food Network programs Boy Meets Grill, BBQ with Bobby Flay, and Iron Chef America, Bobby Flay helped turn the art of backyard barbecuing into more than a favorite summer pastime; he elevated it to the level of a national obsession.

Bobby Flay's Boy Meets Grill is the book Bobby Flay was born to write. In these pages, he gets busy in his own backyard, cooking up a fresh batch of 125 bold new no-nonsense and easy-to-follow recipes for grilling mouthwatering meat, fish, and poultry dishes, along with fantastic one-of-a-kind beverages and surefire desserts. Guaranteed to please a crowd, it's the perfect comprehensive cookbook for any grill lover, from the novice to the experienced chef. Don't worry about complicated equipment, either; these 125 quick recipes are perfect for both gas and charcoal grills, and Bobby Flay's simple foods and fiery southwestern sauces will make your menu more exciting, versatile--and delicious.

Informative and fun to read, Bobby Flay's Boy Meets Grill is a must-have for anyone who wants to fire up a grill this summer--or any season!
 

About Bobby Flay

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BOBBY FLAY, a New York Times bestselling author, is the chef-owner of six fine-dining restaurants-including Mesa Grill, Bar Americain, and Bobby Flay's Steak-and an expanding roster of Bobby's Burger Palaces. He is the host of numerous popular cooking shows on Food Network-from the Emmy-winning Grill It! with Bobby Flay to the Iron Chef America series, Throwdown! with Bobby Flay, Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction, and Food Network Star-as well as Brunch @ Bobby's on Cooking Channel. This is his twelfth book.































Author Hometown: New York, NY
 
Published April 30, 2013 by Hachette Books. 285 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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Flay's third book is a must read for those who have wondered how this successful restaurateur and cable TV's maestro of marinade can so assuredly choose gas over charcoal when it comes to his biggest

May 17 1999 | Read Full Review of Boy Meets Grill

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Flay's third book is a must read for those who have wondered how this successful restaurateur and cable TV's maestro of marinade can so assuredly choose gas over charcoal when it comes to his biggest

May 17 1999 | Read Full Review of Boy Meets Grill

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