A Beginner's Guide to Grilling and Barbecue Cooking Table of Contents Introduction Choosing the Best Grill Tips before You Begin Barbecuing/Grilling Self-Lighting Charcoal? Firing up your Charcoal Cooking on the Grill Techniques Other Methods and Substitutes for Tandoori Cooking Cooking Times Grilling and Roasting Preparing Mincemeat Kebabs Barbecued Gammon Rashers and Pineapple Barbecued Sausages Chicken with Honey Conclusion Author Bio Introduction Nobody in the world today can take the credit for being the first civilization where their ancestors first thought up the technique of grilling and barbecue cooking. It is certain that this technique spread all over the world, simultaneously, when men began to look for more and easier ways in which they could cook the meat they had hunted throughout the day. All they had to do is make a fire in their camp and roast the pieces of meat on pieces of charcoal. Then one day a man must have really gotten impatient with just waiting for a couple of pieces to cook to either perfection or to charred consistency, and skewered some more pieces on a bamboo skewer or thin piece of metal and, lo and behold, barbecue cookery came into existence.
This is an ultimate guide for kids to experience and cook in the great outdoors, including back gardens! Practical and simple advice means kids really can cook these recipes themselves. It publishes in perfect time for the BBQ and holiday season. "Cooking in a Can" is the perfect activity book for kids who love to camp and cook! The newest book in our successful children's activities series, "Cooking in a Can" follows "Cooking on a Stick" (now over 63,000 copies sold), and introduces dozens of techniques for cooking outside. Author Kate White shows kids the beauty of cooking over a campfire, with dozens of delicious and easy recipes like Hot Rock Chicken and Wilderness Wonder Chocolate Cake. From cooking in a can to cooking in a paper bag to cooking on a rock, this activity book produces scrumptious results that kids of all ages will enjoy. Also included are dozens of related activities to keep kids busy, such as making a family banner to identify your camp, planning menus, and organizing cooking supplies and groceries. There are also tips on natural refrigeration, food storage and camp clean up.
A Year Of Cooking Like Mummyji picks up where Vicky's critically acclaimed debut, Cooking Like Mummyji, left off, exploring British-Asian cooking in the context of her family and, in this new title, of the seasons.