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Has he ever steered you wrong before? The latest in Mark Bittman’s Everything series, How to Grill Everything has expert tips for newbies and seasoned grillers alike. You’ll find recipes for every course, including dessert, and every protein and vegetable you can grill. We especially loved Mark’s soup-to-nuts approach to grilling the perfect steak.
Consider this your one-stop-shop guide to grilling steaks. Mark Bittman shares a simple foolproof recipe for strip, sirloin, or rib-eye steaks, along with tips on how to buy various cuts of beef and grill them to the doneness level you prefer.
You can be endlessly inventive with vegetable stacks, discovering your own favorite combinations. You want to cut the vegetables about 1/2 inch thick, and then layer twice—any higher than that and your stack is likely to topple.
Remove the backbone from a whole bird and it will lie flat, instantly doubling the surface area—and the flavor and crisping potential. This easy technique is called spatchcocking or butterflying. I almost always do chicken like this now, and it’s also perfect for turkey and small birds like pheasants and guinea hens.
We loved their celebratory look and light flavor.