Item description for Grill Power: Everything you need to know to make delicious, healthy meals on your Indoor Electric Grill by Holly Rudin-Braschi...
This menu cookbook from Holly Rudin-Braschi is the first ever written specifically for electric tabletop grills and provides everything the home cook needs to make delicious and healthy meals using their particular type of indoor grill.
Beginning with the basics of all types of tabletop grills on the market and the special techniques used for each one, GRILL POWER goes on to cover a broad range of dishes, from burgers and steaks to seafood and vegetables. Each menu includes grill times for each type of grill, a menu game plan, estimates of total prep and cooking time, informative and entertaining "cook's notes", nutritional breakdown, and more!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 7.5" Height: 9" Weight: 1.35 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2000
Publisher Atria Books/Beyond Words
ISBN 1928998372 ISBN13 9781928998372
Availability 0 units.
More About Holly Rudin-Braschi
Holly Rudin-Braschi's food and fitness articles have appeared in national newspapers and magazines. She lives in Petaluma, CA.
Reviews - What do customers think about Grill Power: Everything you need to know to make delicious, healthy meals on your Indoor Electric Grill?
Great Book for Grilling Aug 26, 2007
This book has a lot of good information on portable grills. It contained a lot of things that I did not know that were extremely helpful. After reading this book, I feel that I can use both my George Foreman portable grills easily. Thanks for writing such an informative grilling book.
Easy To Love Apr 27, 2006
I can boil water except I usually burn it, so imagine my joy to find a cook book with so many easy to use and tasty ideas. My favorite cooking item is my George Forman grill and everything I have tried so far comes out great.Her varied uses for chicken are most welcome to those of us on special diets or just trying to cut the fat from our diets. The ingredients are easy to assemble and instructions easy to follow. I also gave a copy of this book to my uncle in Missouri. He is a legendary griller. The back yard is his kingdom. He has enjoyed her book and has gotton some great new ideas from it. Thank you Grill Power for bringing me and my George Forman even closer than before.
1 star because 0 stars was unavailable! Mar 21, 2006
Do listen to the sour grapes reviews. This book is for people looking for meals that you cannot pull together without first shopping at multiple locations to purchase the ingredients. I prefer simple recipes with items I can find in my pantry or pick up on my way home from work. Save your $$$!!!!
Excellent Book...Ignore the sour grapes review Mar 3, 2006
This book has been fantastic even for an experienced griller. The recipes are excellent and the organization of the book makes it user friendly. I do not find the "fluff" I have found in many pop cook books and absolutely don't know where the sour grapes vindictive reviewer below is coming from.
I have done lots of outdoor and indoor grilling and have used two kinds of indoor grills and found Grillpower very helpful on both types. I commend the author and look forward to other books down the pike. I concur with all the other positive reviewers. Five stars on this one.
Save your money! Feb 28, 2006
This book was a huge disappointment, what fluff they filled the pages with. Most of the book is dedicated to reused recipes where she substitutes the grill for what would normally be a frying pan. Eighty percent of the book is recipes and eighty percent of the recipe info is about other things besides the grilling. That means 64 percent of the book is not about grilling!
There is very little useful info for new grill purchasers. This book is a marketing ploy for new grill buyers. There are better cookboooks out there for recipes. With them I will figure out how to substitute the grill for the frying pan, without the author's help. Even her stated qualifications as an author for this book are sad. I went through this book over the first few days I had it. Right now I'm not sure where I left it, and I don't care a bit.
In regards to the high regards; maybe it's their first cookbook?