What's Gaby Cooking: Grilling All the Things

What's Gaby Cooking: Grilling All the Things

  • ISBN: 9781419771828
  • Publication Date: May 21, 2024

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Price: $35.00
Description

What’s Gaby Cooking: Grilling All the Things is a healthy grilling book for every kind of griller—from first-timer to seasoned pro—from New York Times bestselling author Gaby Dalkin.

If you have ever been intimidated by the idea of grilling, bestselling author Gaby Dalkin is here to help you conquer your fears and become a backyard pro. From the perfect steak to cedar-plank fish to pizza and fruits and veggies and everything in between, Dalkin reveals her secrets for marinating, spicing, and grilling anything you can think of. And of course, she’ll talk grill mechanics: the difference between grills (gas and charcoal), smokers, pizza ovens, and the cooking techniques that go along with each, so readers are prepared to choose the best equipment for any recipe and get started.

With 100 recipes to cover every part of the meal, including appetizers, seafood, meat and poultry, vegetables, and desserts, there will be super-quick high-heat recipes to get dinner on the table ASAP and more low and slow “project” recipes that take some time and work well for weekend parties. In traditional Dalkin fashion, there will be menus, timelines, and hosting tips to really set the mood. What’s Gaby Cooking: Grilling All the Things is for all beginner grillers, women who are ready to step out of the kitchen and take over the grill, and anyone who just wants to cook outside more.

Includes Color Photographs by Matt Armandariz

What’s Gaby Cooking series
What’s Gaby Cooking: Everyday California Food
What’s Gaby Cooking: Eat What You Want
What’s Gaby Cooking: Take it Easy, Recipes for Zero Stress and Deliciousness
What’s Gaby Cooking: Grilling All the Things

Praise

“This might just be my favorite book of Gaby’s to date, and that’s saying a lot because I love them all! Plus, FINALLY, we have a grilling book from a female author! This book demystifies all things grilling, making it easier than ever to get outside, enjoy the outdoors, and grill up delicious food with the ones we love most. These recipes are for everyone—not just the pitmasters of the world; recipes like her Grilled Cumin Chicken Kebabs, Cedar Plank Salmon with Tartar Sauce, and Grilled Spicy Diavolo Pizza are perfect for all levels of cooks! I’ll be using this grilling season after grilling season and cannot wait to share these recipes with my family and friends!”
—Alex Snodgrass, NYT bestselling author and creator of the Defined Dish

“Five stars.”
—Poppy Dawson, Gaby’s very opinionated three-year-old toddler

“Gaby’s newest book, Grilling All the Things, is a winner and will please any griller from novices (like us) to masters.”
—Lynn Blitzer and Wolf Blitzer

“Two years ago, I asked Gaby to teach me how to use my new grill. She wildly misunderstood the assignment and instead wrote an entirely new cookbook full of delicious, creative (and thankfully foolproof) recipes for the grill. I was honestly just looking for instruction on how to not burn off my eyebrows, but luckily this book covers that too.”
—Emily Favreau, mom, Gaby’s friend, and grill master

“Growing up, my childhood best friend’s main food groups were quesadillas, double chocolate muffins, and guava juice. I’ve seen her suck ketchup packets as a snack. No one is more surprised than I am that Gaby Dalkin is now a famous chef whose recipes I use daily (mostly because she rarely cooks for me, and I have to see what all the hype is about). Spoiler alert: the hype is real!”
—Emily Jerome, Gaby’s childhood bestie and current unpaid therapist and PR advisor

“It is a known fact that behind every strong businesswoman you’ll find a surly, foulmouthed, tattooed gay man. OK, that might not be the case for all, but it most certainly is for Gaby Dalkin. I unabashedly take full credit for all her most successful culinary and style decisions, and let’s be honest, if it didn’t perform well, it’s all on her. I can only be in so many places at once.”
—Adam Pearson, culinary director and advisor on all things vibe

“ChatGPT: Please write a short blurb for my friend’s cookbook. It’s coming out soon, and it’s all about grilling. You can mention that the recipes are PHENOMENAL (as usual!) and say something about knocking it outta the ballpark, but don’t make it toooooo over the top cuz she will run with it. YAWNNNNN. ALSO—AND THIS IS IMPORTANT—talk about how AMAZING and GORGEOUS the photos are!!!!!! You can use extra exclamation points, but don’t make it sound tooo TikTok-y or it’ll be a dead giveaway. PROMPTS: gorgeous photography, stunning photography, beautiful photography, perfect photography, mouthwatering photography, THE BEST PHOTOGRAPHY, yum-yum, grilling is good too, blah blah blah, whatever. THANK YOU!”
—Matt Armendariz, photographer to the stars and creative director to all things What’s Gaby Cooking

“Like Taylor Swift with a guitar, or Caitlin Clark with a basketball, Gaby Dalkin with a pair of tongs is one serious mutha of a combination. Step back from your barbecues, gentleman, you’re about to get schooled on the grill, by a girl.”
—Catherine McCord, founder of Weelicious

“There I was, hours on end at the ‘Q’ making burgers, chicken, steaks, and ribs with this little girl running around saying only, ‘When is it going to be done, Daddy?’ . . . who’d a thunk she was actually paying attention to style and technique . . . Well, as hoped, she clearly has one-upped me and created a beautiful, tasty (the food, not the actual book) cookbook that everyone can find many things in to love.”
—Gaby’s dad

“I didn’t read this book. Know why? I wrote most of it. That’s not true—not MOST of it. But the bangers: the ‘Don’t Stop Believin’s.’ The ‘Mr. Brightsides.’ All me. That kale one? Gaby did it. Unless you liked it, then also me. In reality, TOTALLY NOT because of a bet she lost to me many years ago, I acquired the rights to ‘one (1) cocktail section and one (1) pork chop recipe in a grilling book to be named later, plus one (1) blurb about my role in the book.’ You’ve just read the blurb. You’ll soon read the recipes. And my long reign of control over the What’s Gaby Cooking empire is finally over.”
—Zack Jerome

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