An unconventional take on grilling, Australian chef Pete Evans shows how the backyard activity can produce some stunning spreads in his latest book "My Grill." From Portuguese burgers to calamari, Evans details how to barbecue almost anything and has everyone on the northern side of the hemisphere wishing summer was already here.
Organized into three main categories—Getting Away, Lazy Days and Into the Evening—the book is set up as a barbecue journey with the grill leading the way. Getting Away focuses on campfire cooking, featuring dishes like Rum'n'Coke Ribs or French Toast with Figs. Lazy Days highlights classic barbecue fare kicked up a notch, offering recipes like Vietnamese Barbecued Chicken Salad Baguettes or Corn with Chili and Lime. Into the Evening provides more sophisticated options but ultimately still keeps it casual with dishes like Spiced Lamb Skewers with Pomegranate Molasses or Baby Octopus with Smoked Spanish Paprika and Sweet & Sour Capsicum.
Sprinkled with alluring photos and some complimentary beverages, "My Grill" is the ultimate book for anyone with a penchant for barbecue.
Available in Amazon.