The Southwestern Grill by Michael McLaughlin
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Grilling, America’s favorite home-grown cooking technique, and Southwestern food, the country’s best-loved regional cuisine, together make a sizzlingly perfect match. With brilliant barbecue wizardry, Michael McLaughlin serves up 200 dazzlingly tasty recipes perfect for casual weekday dinners and spectacular weekend feasts. Recipes include authentic dishes of the region like West Texas Drive-in Chilidogs with the Works and Spice-Rubbed Chicken as well as fresh recipes like Grilled Salmon Burritos with Cucumber Salsa and Soft Tacos of Grilled Orange-Garlic Shrimp.   Other recipes include: Santa Fe Chicken Satays
Rosemary Chicken with Pineapple-Orange Baste
Spice-Rubbed Chicken
West Texas Drive-in Chilidogs with the Works
Sherry-Marinated Lamb and Mushroom Kebabs
Fiesta Beef Fajitas with All the Trimmings
Grilled Salmon Burritos with Cucumber Salsa
Soft Tacos of Grilled Orange-Garlic Shrimp
Cumin Tuna Steaks with Lime Cream and Salsa
Pasta and Grilled Vegetable Salad
Glazed Peach and Pineapple Skewers
 

About Michael McLaughlin

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Michael McLaughlin was one of America's most trusted and admired food writers, and the author of more than a dozen cookbooks, including the Manhattan Chili Co, Southwest American Cookbook, and All on the Grill.
 
Published May 16, 2000 by Harvard Common Press. 352 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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