“Tickle my ribs” is the title I have given to a new display in the Altona branch. The theme of the display is Barbecue. By now most of us will have hauled out the barbecue and are enjoying great food on warm nights. But are you one of those people who are looking for new and wonderful ways to prepare food out of doors? Canadian Living has recently published, The Barbecue Collection, and it is a huge book full of mouthwatering illustrations and recipes.
This book offers everything you could possibly need, whether you are new to barbecuing, or an old hand. Along with the meat, poultry and seafood sections that we expect, this book also includes: brochettes and Kabobs; burgers and sandwiches; sausages and patties; vegetables and cheese; and grilled pizza. The last couple of chapters feature salads and sides; and sauces, marinades and rubs. The recipes are imaginative, interesting, and colourful.
So tonight, for a change of pace, try something like Honey-Mustard Pork Kabobs or Lemon Chicken kabobs that look pretty easy, or something that requires a few more ingredients and a little more time, like Texas Barbecue Brisket.
If this particular book is out, try one of the many other grilling cookbooks found on the shelves of every branch.