Grilling from the Garden by Diana Shaw
Vegetarian Dishes for the Outdoor Cook

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Grilling from the Garden is an exciting and innovative approach to vegetarian cuisine from the author of the highly acclaimed cookbooks Vegetarian Entertaining and Sweet Basil, Garlic, Tomatoes, and Chives.

In Grilling from the Garden, Diana Shaw draws on a variety of culinary traditions from around the world to make simple fresh vegetables the dazzling show stoppers of the backyard barbecue. Complete menus contain grilling instructions and recipes for a wide array of succulent dishes. Enjoy crisp grilled New Potatoes brushed with rosemary-flecked olive oil; luscious Grilled Tomato Salad; sweet and smoky Sesame Shiitake Mushrooms; Grilled Eggplant Relish; and many more dishes that will delight the palate with the flavors and textures only grilling can provide.

Nothing can be easier, healthier, or more delicious than Grilling from the Garden.
 

About Diana Shaw

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Diana Shaw is the author of four vegetarian cookbooks. She has contributed to a number of magazines, including Cook's Illustrated, Metropolitan Home, and Vegetarian Times.
 
Published August 1, 1993 by Three Rivers Press. 112 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Cooking. Non-fiction

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To broaden my grilling repertoire, I began fixing contemporary vegetarian meals in this primitive manner.'' Primitive is as primitive does: Shaw's grill of choice comes from the not-so-Cro-Magnon Hammacher Schlemmer (namely, ``Mr. Grill'').

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