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Raw Food. The book does have some flaws. The writing can get a bit flowery, and the book could use photos or diagrams of grill setups especially in the section that explains how to turn a regular grill into a smoker. The Dentons seem fully aware that their readers will have access to different grilling setups.
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Mix your chorizo using store-bought meat. It sounds obvious to accommodate all readers like this, but in my years of reviewing cookbooks I've found that chefs are often reluctant to write for home cooks. Do they see it as oversimplification? As dumbing down their art? They should give this book a read. Just because you're not actually going to smoke beef tongue doesn't mean you wouldn't enjoy reading about how to do it. Around the Fire is a cookbook that explains its occasionally complicated recipes in simple terms.
Which is good because when it comes to grilling, home cooks of every skill level need all the encouragement they can get.
Especially in the spring when we dig our grills out of the garage, give them a good clean-and-oiling, and set that chimney-starter blazing for the first time in months. Around the Fire might not be perfect, but it will help most everyone grill just a little bit better. Ten Speed. Our star ratings are based on a four fork system.