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Let’s check the pulse: How’d your grilling go this summer?
A. Same ol’ same ol’
B. Skittish but ultimately fun
C. What are you talking about—non-existent
D. On fire, naturally
If you answered any of the above, do we have the cookbook for (all of) you.
Our newest cookbook is called Any Night Grilling: 60 Ways to Fire Up Dinner (and More). It’s written by Paula Disbrowe—author, Texan, and all around coolest lady around—for those who are a bit intimidated by the grill (like me!); for those who want to grill more than steak; but also for those of us who just want to enjoy deeply flavorful meals—often and quickly.
If you light a chimney of coals once you walk through the door after work, you can fire up any one of the 60 recipes in Any Night Grilling by dinnertime, and—while the coals are hot—throw on some ingredients for tomorrow’s lunch, too. Unlike most grilling cookbooks out there, you won’t find long marinades or low-and-slow cook times here. The ingredient lists are short, as are the cook times, because the charred, caramelized flavors you get on the grill need little embellishment.
While there’s amped up recipes for brats and burgers, you’ll also find Grilled Corn Nachos, Smoky Ratatouille, and Porchetta-Style Pork Kebabs, which are what you see on the cover.
Yeah, we grilled the whole meal you see on the cover with just one batch of coals. With the lingering heat, Paula suggests some atraditional but not blasphemous s’mores. Yeah—this book’s gonna be good!
Any Night Grilling comes out on March 27, 2018, but if you order it in The Food52 Shop now, the first 500 copies will be signed by author Paula Disbrowe!