Grill Pan Cookbook: Great Recipes for Stovetop Grilling

November 8, 2010 · Posted in Bestselling Cooking Books 

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Every home chef worth their gray salt knows that a grill pan is second only to a good chef’s knife in the kitchen. Originally published in 1999, when grill pans first hit the home cooking market, the Grill Pan Cookbook has a fabulous new cover and still sets the standard for using this essential utensil like a pro. For city dwellers who dream of grilling but don’t have the outdoor space, or those who can’t live without their grill in the winter months, grilling at… More >>

Grill Pan Cookbook: Great Recipes for Stovetop Grilling

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5 Responses to “Grill Pan Cookbook: Great Recipes for Stovetop Grilling”

  1. Anonymous on November 8th, 2010 4:40 pm

    Not only are the recipes in this book great-tasting, they are very easy to make. Living in an apartment with a tiny kitchen, I could never make complex recipes with long lists of ingredients, but this book was perfect. It emphasizes fresh flavors and even though the recipes are very straightforward, I found the dishes to be sophisticated and elegant. Even as a beginner cook, I was making grilled lamb chops with rosemary and glazed salmon steaks at least once a week. You realize that you don’t need a gourmet kitchen and lots of equipment to make excellent meals and eat well. I especially liked that her recipes sometimes include the main dish and a vegetable side dish, all made in the grill pan at once, making preparation and clean-up even easier. I bought this book a year ago, and it really inspired me to learn to cook and to expand beyond just the grill pan. I would be interested in other cookbooks by this author as well.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Veronica Rusnak on November 8th, 2010 6:32 pm

    Good cookbook with easy directions, and by and large, not too many difficult-to-find ingredients. Normally I shy away from special appliances and the books to go with ’em (always believed you should just learn to COOK, period), but I got a grill pan for xmas and then I bought this book. I’d say I now cook at least 50% of my dinners with the pan, and this book covers the topic well — a good section on basics of using a grill pan. The recipies are not complex, they’re more there to teach and reinforce general grill pan techniques. It covers vegetables, meat, poultry, fish, etc, so it pretty much runs the gamut. If you use cookbooks only for step by step verbatim technique and ingredents, this gets the job done. If you use cookbooks to guide you through a technique to add to your kitchen skills, this is excellent.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Anonymous on November 8th, 2010 7:36 pm

    This is a great cookbook because of it’s variety and simplicity. It has a wide range of receipes (appetizers and main dishes; seafood, vegetables, and meats) that are not overwhelmingly complex. Most require readily available ingredients. It’s not overly basic, but simple enough to use everyday; unlike some cookbooks that are targeted to someone who can afford to be in the kitchen all day.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Anonymous on November 8th, 2010 8:52 pm

    This cookbook gives you some different ideas for supper. Alot of the recipes are healthy. If you like seafood, this book is for you.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. lisa on November 8th, 2010 10:14 pm

    The Grill Pan Cookbook was a bonus inside the new ALL-CLAD double burner grill pan my sister gave me for christmas. I am now giving this book for three birthdays this month. Thank you Jamee, my family and friends are starting to think of me as a very good cook. So healthy! This will change the way you make dinner. And, trust Jamee, read and follow her instructions, it will be perfect everytime!
    Rating: 5 / 5

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