A mild winter presents delicious opportunities.
It’s the dead of winter. At least it should be. But, this year winter has been an elusive concept in a large part of the country. Not that it’s a bad thing. Unless you’re and avid skier, snowboarder or earn your living behind a snowplow.
Right about now, we usually start thinking of the summertime to come or recall ones just past. February is about the time a good case of Cabin Fever starts to set in. But, not this year. The mostly tolerable weather has helped keep that to a minimum. That presents an opportunity.
That’s right, outdoor cooking without freezing your fanny off. This year you no longer have to fantasize about that nice juicy steak sizzling away on the grill. You can actually do something about it and not suffer the potentially painful effects of frostbite or a frozen beer.
If you’re looking for a little summer cooking warm up we’ve got a suggestion for you. Pure Steak, by Steffen Eichhorn, Stefan Marquard and Stephan Otto. This book will help spark some great new ideas for preparing that perfect piece of meat. It’s like a tryout for the summer, food wise.
The book contains thirty-nine fantastic and unique recipes for cooking a delicious steak.
Cooking is only part of the meat game. You also have to select the right cut. Pure Steak, has you covered. It contains useful tips on how to buy a great steak along with a handy dandy illustrated guide to the different cuts.
This book is out February 28, 2012. You can reserve your copy now and get some great ideas to impress the guests at next summer’s barbeque.
If you happen to live in a place where a real winter is actually in full swing, fear not. This book has recipes for inside steak cooking too.