SPIT-ROASTED PRIME RIBS, crusty on the outside, moist and tender inside. Yes! CHICKEN UNDER A BRICK, heady with smoke and spice. Yes! CURRY-GRILLED LAMB KEBABS, POTATOES ROASTED IN THE ASHES, BAYOU WINGS, VANILLA-GRILLED PINEAPPLE WITH DARK RUM GLAZE―all of it infused with honest-to-goodness real-grilled flavor, and all of it cooked indoors. Yes! Bursting with bold new ideas, 270 righteous recipes, and hundreds of tips and techniques―from how to season a cast-iron grill pan to buying brisket cut from the "flat"―Raichlen's Indoor! Grilling brings the guru's mastery of live-fire cooking indoors. New every day's a good day to grill.
From Publishers Weekly
While Raichlen, who's made a television and book-writing career as an advocate of cooking over live fire, still believes that outdoor cooking is the best way to cook, he admits that isn't practical for apartment dwellers or those living in places with frigid winter temperatures or "grill-burying snowfall." He begins by describing and making recommendations for various indoor grilling devices, from the ubiquitous George Foreman to fireplace rotisseries, and then presents recipes in separate chapters for appetizers, beef, pork, lamb, burgers, poultry, seafood, sandwiches, vegetables, basics (rubs, compound butters and...