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FIRE UP THE BARBECUE! Cookbooks for BACKYARD barbecues

CALLING ALL MEAT LOVERS AND VEGGIE LOVERS TOO! Cook up some amazing barbecue. Here is just a sample of e-cookbooks HOOPLA has to get your best BBQ ever!

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CALLING ALL VEGGIE LOVERS!

MAKE ROOM FOR SOME DELICIOUS VEGGIES ON YOUR BARBECUE GRILL. THIS IS JUST A SAMPLE OF HEALTHY SUMMER RECIPES THAT CAN BE YOUR NEW FAVORITE.

This is a grilling book dedicated to vegetables that eat like meat. The first of its kind, this cookbook features 60 recipes that star vegetables caramelized into succulence for satisfying, flavor-forward meals. Cauliflower "steaks," broccoli burgers, and beets that slow-smoke like a brisket are just three of the meaty but meatless meals to base a great cookout around. More than 30 stunning images showcase the beauty and variety of these recipes, each of which includes instructions for charcoal and gas grilling as well as using a grill pan on the stovetop or under the broiler.

Turn off the oven and turn on the grill!

by Steven Raichlen

Just say no to boiling or steaming! Whether it's a mushroom, a potato, a zucchini, or an eggplant, that veggie belongs on the grill--and in Grilling with Veggies, Steven Raichlen teaches you how to grill it perfectly every time. Includes grilling times and techniques for common (and not-so-common) vegetables as well as twenty-five recipes for unique grilled-vegetable sides hailing from all over the world. Catalan Grilled Artichokes from Spain join Sesame-Grilled Oyster Mushrooms from Korea for a mixed grill that's full of showstoppers. Note: Grilling with Veggies is an excerpt from Steven Raichlen's award-winning The Barbecue! BibleĀ®. Barbecue! Bible is a registered trademark of Steven Raichlen and Workman Publishing Co., Inc.

For DAD'S who LOVE to COOK.

We hope these recipes give you bragging rights to the Best BBQ Ever!
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Created with an image by Hari Nandakumar - "Nothing screams summer better than the colors of yellow corn and veggies on a grill."