Who said barbecues were just for meat lovers? Ross Dobson turns traditional barbecue recipes on their heads to create colourful and flavoursome dishes that every vegetable fan and vegetarian will love. Drawing on culinary influences from around the globe, including South East Asia, India, the Middle East and Europe, Fired Up Vegetarian features 80 easy-to-cook recipes, with everything from Silverbeet and feta gozleme to Jalapeno jam. Fired Up Vegetarian is a refreshing and versatile selection for anyone who savours good food.
Fresh from manning the barbecue in his highly-successful book Fired up, Ross Dobson takes a casual approach to indoor dining in Grillhouse. Hearty pies, thick-cut chips and lip-smacking ribs are all featured, along with all manner of steaks cooked to perfection. The book includes an array of all the essential starters and sides guaranteed to satisfy a hunger of any size plus a little something sweet to indulge in at the end of a long, slow meal. Grillhouse is the ultimate guide to gastropub-style food at home.
Celebrate the summer with this fantastic barbecue cookbook. The Aussie BBQ offers 100 no-nonsense recipes to cover all your barbecuing needs. The book is broken down into four straightforward chapters — bird, beast , fish and sides — with a mouth-watering selection of grilling and hotplating fare from classic barbecuing favourites like Beef ribs with barbecue sauce, to more exotic and modern interpretations such as Thai style garlic pepper barramundi, through to Beer can roasted chicken — a dish sure to get the party going. Beautifully photographed with a distinctive modern design, The Aussie BBQ will make every reader inspired to grab the tongs and a tinnie, and head out to the barbie.
From the master of the barbecue tongs comes a bumper collection of approximately 200 of Ross Dobson's favourite recipes for the grill and hotplate. This comprehensive compilation draws together the best of Ross's no-nonsense barbecuing guides Fired Up, More Fired Up and Fired Up Vegetarian as well as selections from Grillhouse. It presents a versatile array of flavoursome and exciting recipes, ranging from a casual -- but perfectly cooked -- steak to a weekend feast for friends. In addition to much-loved traditional Australian classics there are dishes drawing on influences from around the globe -- South East Asia, India, the Middle East, Europe and the Americas. King of the Grill caters to meatlovers and vegetarians alike, and also features recipes for breads, dips, salads and other extras to accompany your barbecue. An introductory section provides invaluable advice on types of barbecue, temperatures and cooking times, techniques and utensils. Written with wit as well as expertise, this is an entertaining must-have book that covers all your barbecuing needs.