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Whether you are a fan of the tv show or their countless online resources, there is no denying that America’s Test Kitchen knows a thing or two about making delicious food and the science behind it. With so many of our summer plans either getting canceled or modified due to COVID-19, I know that a lot of us have taken to the grill to spice up our summer meal routines. We have our staples of course but are always looking to mix things up and learn how to make things even better and exciting. The Master of the Grill cookbook has helped us to do just that!
This book is serious about all things grilling but takes the time to teach and explain them in a way that makes sense to anyone no matter your level of expertise with the grill. The book is awesome because it showcases a huge variety of different grill items from fish, to steak, to potatoes, to veggies. We do not eat red meat in our house and were very impressed with this book because we still felt like we got a ton out of it even without the sections on pork, beef, etc.
My husband has been flipping through this book a lot recently and making notes of the recipes he wants to try. We are so excited to have some friends over so he can try out his new favorites. This cookbook is such a small part of the cooking resources that you can find from America’s Test Kitchen though and I highly recommend you head on over to their website to explore further. Whether you’re looking for a simple tweak to an old favorite or to completely revamp your cookbook, America’s Test Kitchen can help!