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How to Grill: The Ultimate Guide to Barbecue and Grilling with Proven BBQ Techniques and Great Recipes - cover

How to Grill: The Ultimate Guide to Barbecue and Grilling with Proven BBQ Techniques and Great Recipes

Mike G. Franklin

Publisher: Zen Mastery

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Summary

There's nothing like cooking your food on an open flame. It's so easy and simple that you can grill any kind of food and have it come out amazing.  
 
Grilling is one of the best ways to cook food simply while obtaining a maximum amount of flavor. Become the king of the backyard BBQ by learning proven steps and strategies on how to master grilling.  
 
Here is a preview of what you'll learn: 
 
The basics of grilling 
Tools and equipment 
Grilling tips 
Grilling recipes  
 
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