South American Grill by Rachael Lane

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While Ms. Lane's emphasis is on grilling, there are plenty of complementary side dishes, from lime-drenched, cilantro-infused Peruvian ceviche (marinated raw fish) to Feijão, the hearty black bean...
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Building on the rapid growing popularity of South American food and in particular, the asados and churrascos of Argentina and Brazil, South American Grill introduces wonderful and varied dishes from this food-loving continent. Filled with over 75 recipes that are guaranteed to please even the biggest of barbecue fanatics, impress your family and friends with dishes such as Cachaça & Lime Chicken Skewers, Ecuadorian Rotisserie Pork Leg, Chivito and Asado Negro, which can be served with the delicious rubs and marinades that are so synonymous with South American cuisine. In addition, there are several cocktails including the infamous Caipirinha and Pisco Sour. With chapters covering snacks and starters, mains, sides, rubs and marinades, desserts and drinks, South American Grill is the perfect entertaining companion that will have your friends and family knocking on your door for more. Barbecues will never be the same again!
 

About Rachael Lane

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Rachael Lane is a well-established, independent Australian author. She has written several books covering a wide range of foods and cooking, from barbecues to jellies. Lane splits her time between writing and traveling, where she takes the opportunity to immerse herself in a country's cuisine and research new recipes.
 
Published August 1, 2012 by Hardie Grant Books. 176 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Aram Bakshian Jr. on Jun 07 2013

While Ms. Lane's emphasis is on grilling, there are plenty of complementary side dishes, from lime-drenched, cilantro-infused Peruvian ceviche (marinated raw fish) to Feijão, the hearty black bean...

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