Soaked, Slathered & Seasoned Cookbook Giveaway
One of the perks of my job is getting to preview cookbooks before they hit bookstores. An even better one, is meeting some of these amazing authors in person in smaller, more intimate settings. Amy Mills invited me to join her at 17th Street Bar & Grill's tent at the Big Apple Barbecue this past June where I got to meet Elizabeth Karmel in person. I can now tell you the pages of Soaked, Slathered and Season (Wiley, 2009) are filled with her energetic and enthusiastic personality. Oh, and there are some kick butt recipes in there too, like the one for Mike Mills' Magic Dust (it's like culinary crack, and I think Karmel says just about the samething). In a world full of testosterone and fire, all hail this awesome Pitmistress. For a more in-depth review, read the one I wrote for SheKnows.com.
One lucky winner will get a copy of Karmel's book courtesy of the publishers at Wiley. Leave a comment with your favorite grilling recipe (links are okay) by11:59pm Monday, July 20, 2009. The winner will be chosen using random.org. And if all else fails, I've the book added to my Amazon store so you can buy a copy and get grilliing.
Congrats to Susan at DoughMessTic on winning a copy of Soaked, Slathered and Seasoned. Happy 'cueing!
Robin ~ PENSIEVE
I don’t have any complicated grilling recipes, ours are very simple. Probably my favorite is brushing salmon with olive oil, then seasoning with Go Go Gourmet. Lol, that’s it! It’s my favorite b/c it keeps the scent of the oils cooking out OUTSIDE and my kitchen remains aroma free :). I wouldn’t eat salmon FOREVAH due to its scent, so this solved that problem.
Probably the best thing we ever did re: grilling was after receiving a gift of Omaha steaks, use their cooking chart. Steaks are cooked based on thickness and they’re perfect every time! Here’s the link if you’re interested–I lost the paper recipe after posting it!–and feel free to edit this comment if links are a “no-no” here :).
Thanks for the chance to win! Obviously, we don’t have grilling recipes so we could use this cookbook!! 🙂
My recipe is just a little bacon salt & a little bbq sauce & grill away.
I want to grill more but can’t think of anything on my own.
Thanks for the op to win!
I am not the grill master in our house, but my Hub is. He makes a kick ass Beer Butt Chicken…now, if I could get my hands on this book – we’d have culinary crack, too! What a great review, you’ve got my mouth watering!
Susan @ http://www.doughmesstic.com
This Steve Raichlen recipe for beer can chicken is always a crowd pleaser.
My favourite grilling recipe is threading mushrooms and bacon on a skewer…grilling then slathering with BBQ sauce near the end!!
My favorite grilling recipe is barbecuing chicken and covering in a sauce of 1 part orange marmalade and 1 part barbecue sauce. Makes a great sweet and sticky barbecue chicken. Yum.
This may sound odd, but my favorite thing to grill is brussel sprouts! Its the only thing that I can’t stand unless it has been grilled.
I made them here: http://www.natalieskillercuisine.com/2009/06/brussel-sprouts-my-new-favorite.html
I mostly grill without sauce, but every once in a while, I will put a rub on some chicken, grill it, then baste with a pomegranate chipotle sauce and serve. Tasty!