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    Looking for more receipes

    I have most of the Jaimie Purveyance books and they have been great. Looking for more cookbooks with easy to follow receipes

    edit: looking for grilling books (high heat, quick dinner), not BBQ books (low and slow)

    thanks!
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    Master of the Grill by America's Test Kitchen

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    How about Steven Raichlen's books? or
    Rick Browne
    Hugh Carpenter
    Bob Gibson
    George Hirsh
    Bill Jamison
    Paul Kirk
    Rick Rodgers
    Chris Schlesinger
    and Dr. BBQ Ray Lampe to name a few
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    What kind of recipes are you looking for? Just grilling ones? I've used the ones on this site in the recipes section and also over at amazingribs.com.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillSmith View Post
    What kind of recipes are you looking for? Just grilling ones? I've used the ones on this site in the recipes section and also over at amazingribs.com.
    for the most part yes, looking for more quick after work dinner ideas

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    I think Joan wins the cookie for most fully considered library additions!
    I have been flying by the seat of my pants for so long, I read recipes more for technique over repetition. I love the dance that is cooking. If you don’t have something or don’t like it substitute something else, add something unusual, have fun experimenting. I do my best to simply see what the concept is, then do what I can with what I’ve got!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    I think Joan wins the cookie for most fully considered library additions!
    I have been flying by the seat of my pants for so long, I read recipes more for technique over repetition. I love the dance that is cooking. If you don’t have something or don’t like it substitute something else, add something unusual, have fun experimenting. I do my best to simply see what the concept is, then do what I can with what I’ve got!
    Thank you Timothy, I do TRY to be helpful here if I can. I do have books by all of those people and lots more. I'm sure there must be a lot of quick and easy recipes in most of them.

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    I figure my (conservative) amount of cookbooks is roughly 20’ and that does not include periodicals, (maybe another eight feet) if I’m bored with any cooking projects, it’s my own fault! I have tons of places to search for something new!
    My parents were both good in the kitchen, as with anyone that cooks for six kids, we had lots of “Batch” cookery.
    Since I was the youngest, I had more exposure to some of the more luxurious excursions after all the rest of the kids had left the nest.
    Then, my parents left the nest and told me not to burn it down while dads work took him to several other towns finally moving out of the state when the kitchen of my formative years was sold (with me as agent, weird) and life moved around !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    I figure my (conservative) amount of cookbooks is roughly 20’ and that does not include periodicals, (maybe another eight feet) if I’m bored with any cooking projects, it’s my own fault! I have tons of places to search for something new!
    My parents were both good in the kitchen, as with anyone that cooks for six kids, we had lots of “Batch” cookery.
    Since I was the youngest, I had more exposure to some of the more luxurious excursions after all the rest of the kids had left the nest.
    Then, my parents left the nest and told me not to burn it down while dads work took him to several other towns finally moving out of the state when the kitchen of my formative years was sold (with me as agent, weird) and life moved around !
    That must have been nice having so many siblings. I am the oldest of just 3. Both my parents were pretty good in the kitchen also. But Mom did most of the cooking. What is "Batch" cookery?

    Just for the heck of it, I counted just my BBQ/Grilling cookbooks. 78 cookbooks by 22 authors. Why do you think I hang out here? lol

    (my mom was born in Michigan)

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    Batch cookery is things which can be made in large quantity and served as a family with leftovers around to acccomodate the kids who were working at the dinner hour. I’m not so sure the big family when they are all adults, there will be differing opinions when the kids were taught to think! I have not spoken to one family member for several years due to being brought up as thinking individuals. My eldest brother really irks me, just because he’s my older brother, NOT because he is right. You know the type.
    Sorry, I saw a squirrel!
    Batch stuff like chili, spaghetti, etc.
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