Individual Author Record
Name: Marilyn PociusPen Name: None Genre: Born: 1929 in Sites:
Biographical and Professional InformationMarilyn Pocius has been is a writer, cook and Pocius does market tours, food demos and consulting for a variety of organizations, including Edible Chicago,her business venture with partner, Julie Gibson Lay.
- A Cook`s Guide to Chicago, Lake Claremont Press, 2002
- The Grilling Bible : Your All-In-One Guide To Successful Grilling, Publications International, 2005
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A Cook's Guide to Chicago
ISBN: 189312147X Lake Claremont Press. 2006 This is not a cookbook.
It’s a cook’s book!
· Hunting for truffle oil?
It’s all right under your nose if you know where to look. A Cook’s Guide to Chicago takes you on a tasty romp through gourmet shops, ethnic supermarkets, chef’s equipment stores, and much more. Follow author Marilyn Pocius as she divulges the shortcuts to finding what you need and introduces you to new worlds of flavor that are waiting just outside your door.
Pocius shares the culinary expertise she acquired in chef school and through years of footwork around the city searching for the perfect ingredients and supplies. Each section includes store listings, cooking tips, and "Top 10 ingredients" lists to give readers a jump start on turning their kitchens into workshops of worldly cuisine. And don’t fret, there are recipes, too.
Where to find everything you need, and lots of things you didn’t know you did!
The Grilling Bible
ISBN: 1412721555 Publications International. 2005
More than just a cookbook with recipes, The Grilling Bible is an all-in-one guide to successful grilling. With comprehensive guidelines for foolproof grilling, from choosing the right grill for your cooking style to mastering advanced tools and techniques, The Grilling Bible answers your questions and provides invaluable tips.
The Grilling Bible includes more than 150 grilling recipes for everything from baby back ribs to zucchini. Every recipe is easy to follow, and tips for grilling meat, poultry, seafood, and vegetables will help you make the most of each ingredient. Recipes include new takes on familiar classics like ribs, hamburgers, and sausage, as well as exotic dishes such as Cuban Garlic and Lime Pork Chops and Chicken Tikka (Tandoori-Style Grilled chicken). You’ll also find these recipes in this 320-page everything-you-need-to-know-about-grilling book: