Books on Grilling
JULY 20, 1998:
License to Grill
Chris Schlesinger and John Willoughby
William Morrow and Company, $27.50 hard
Part of the "Thrill of the Grill" series and one of the more exciting grilling
texts. Also the one that almost burned my house down.
Harvard Common Press, $14.95, soft
Chesman is a dear woman who grills for her family year-round at her Vermont mountaintop
home and grilled for 30 Austinites recently at a Central Market cooking class.
30-Minute Vegetarian Grilling
Meredith Press, $12.95, hard
Looks like a hardbound glossy magazine. Concentrates on simple recipes for those
who don't eat meat.
Grilling for Dummies
Marie Rama and John Mariani
IDG Books Worldwide Inc., $19.99 soft
Starts with the most basic information and is organized so that you don't need to
read what you don't need to learn.
Born to Grill
Cheryl Alters Jamison and Bill Jamison
Harvard Common Press, $27.95 hard
The Jamisons won a James Beard cookbook award for their barbeque treatise called
Smoke and Spice, and extend their favorite topic here.
All on the Grill
HarperCollins, $22.50 hard
McLaughlin is one of those grilling aficionados who wants you to cook everything
on the grill. The book includes a number of menus that suggest how to plan entire
meals around the grill.