Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

May 26, 2020
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Grill Every Day

Be honest. Spring has finally sprung and the last place you want to be is in the clinic, hospital or office. You certainly don’t want to be in the kitchen. But a gal and guy have got to eat and so do the kids, for that matter. So what’s a doc to do? Enter Grill Every Day by Diane Morgan, published by Chronicle Books.

Chockfull of 125 grill recipes for nights when you want to be one with the outdoors — not one with a hot stove and sink spilling with dirty pots — the cookbook keeps the recipes simple for weeknights (the grilled polenta and tofu are cases in point). It also includes more than just great grilling recipes. Don’t know if a charcoal or gas grill is for you? The book discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each — at length. It also includes a list of tools that every grill master should own.

The following recipes are for when the nights are warm and the cooking should be easy.

Recipes from the book