George Foreman's Big Book of Grilling, Barbecue and Rotisserie by George Foreman

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King of the ring and king of the grill, George Foreman joins forces with chef Barbara Witt to provide all-new dishes for grill and rotisserie cooking. The recipes in this book can be prepared indoors, using an electric or stovetop grill; or outdoors, on an electric, charcoal, or gas-powered barbecue.
Grilling is healthful and quick. If you do a little work in advance, once you fire up the grill, dinner can be ready in a matter of minutes. So dishes like Rib Roast with Rosemary and Roasted-Garlic Wine Sauce, Chicken Breasts with Peanut Sauce, Ginger Honey Duck, and Curried Salmon Steak become easy weeknight dinners instead of party fare.
Foreman and Witt have created delicious recipes for grilled meats, poultry, seafood, vegetables, innovative grilled salads and pasta sauces -- even pizza. Complete with full nutritional information, the recipes reflect an international range of flavors -- Caribbean, Pan-Asian, and Latin -- and provide new twists on all-American favorites. In the recipe introductions and in the vegetable chapter, there are suggestions for side dishes, some of which can be prepared on the grill alongside the main course.
You'll find everything you need to know about equipment; ways to maximize flavor by using seasoning rubs, pastes, marinades, and brines; and there are sources for the best meats and ingredients. While these dishes are full of big flavors, the ingredients can be found in any well-stocked supermarket. Whether you want a quick-fix family meal, a backyard barbecue feast, or an elegant dinner party, you'll find the perfect recipe in George Foreman's Big Book of Grilling, Barbecue, and Rotisserie.
 

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George Foreman, once boxing's heavyweight champion of the world, is best known today as an entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is a frequent speaker at nationwide events and a New York Times best selling author. George is an ordained minister and preaches twice a week in his church in Houston. He is the father of ten.
 
Published June 4, 2002 by Simon & Schuster. 224 pages
Genres: Cooking, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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Successful in the ring and, arguably, even more successful hawking his own line of electric grills, Foreman doesn't share any secrets readers can't find elsewhere-much of his advice boils down to being tough, working hard, paying careful attention, staying committed and keeping honest (with onese...

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Non-Christian boxing fans probably won't find enough about boxing or Foreman, but evangelical Christians who admire Foreman's many good works will find the book inspirational.

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(Jan.)Forecast:This book probably won't tear up bestseller lists but, given the Foreman name (and the author's smiling face on the cover), it should sell well, particularly during Foreman's promotional multicity author tour.

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Most people know Foreman as the guy who named all five of his boys George, or as the lovable lug spokesman for Meineke mufflers and George Foreman grills.

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Foreman's ""Lean Mean Grilling Machine"" is one of the fastest, most simple ways to cook dinner: the grill cooks both sides of the food at once and can be cleaned with a damp sponge or paper towel.

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These exotic concoctions are superior to the more domestic efforts, the most worrisome of which is an American version of Indonesian chicken satay with a peanut sauce made of peanut butter, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, honey and vinegar.

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