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Cooking With Fire & Smoke This winning combination of cookbook and equipment guide provides an extraordinary collection of recipes for grilled, smoked, and rotisseried dishes, along with detailed instructions on buying, caring for, and accessorizing a barbecue (from a ten-dollar hibachi to an elaborate gas grill). And there is no better place to order these accessories than Amazon's Grills, Smokers & Fryers section!
The Smoked-Foods Cookbook Wild game and domestic meats are prepared in any of dozens of marinades and brines, then set in a smoke cooker to absorb the flavor of hickory, applewood, mesquite, chestnut, or maple smoke. Recipes are included for beef, pork, lamb, venison, chicken, turkey, duck, fish, shellfish, jerky, sausages, nuts, cheese, and even pasta. Lists sources for smoke cookers.
Where There's Smoke - There's Flavor Anyone who uses an outdoor grill the way most of us do - to cook food quickly, at high heat - is failing to realize the flavorful advantages of smoke cooking. As Richard Langer puts it, Low heat, a long time, and lots of smoke - those are the keys to a good barbecue. With instructions for converting any backyard grill (gas, electric, Weber, what-have-you) into a smoker, and with tips for enhancing flavor by choosing different varieties of wood, this is an essential guide to real barbecue for anyone who cooks outdoors. This comprehensive guide to smoke cooking gets down to basics with a dozen lip-smacking recipes for barbecued ribs alone, from the classic Shake 'n' Smoke Ribs to Hoisin Ribs and Baby Back Ribs with Citrus.
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All the succulent flavors of wood smoking are now available indoors in minutes. This stovetop smoker is constructed of heavy-gauge stainless steel, and at 11 by 15 inches, it's big enough to smoke a ham or a whole fish fillet. The lid slides on for a tight seal, so food gets smoked, but your kitchen doesn't. Additional features include a drip tray rack and retractable handles for storage. The set can also be used as a steamer, poacher, or roasting pan. Instructions, a recipe booklet, and a supply of wood chips will get you started immediately on this low-fat, flavorful cooking technique!
Stainless-steel smoker smokes meat, fish, and vegetables right on the stovetop
Durable stainless-steel pan with cover; dishwasher-safe
Works over any heat source, including open flame or electric stovetop
Includes samples of four wood-chip flavors
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