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Old 01-04-2013, 07:14 PM   #1
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Default Seven Fires book

I just bought the book Seven Fires - Grilling the Argentine Way by Francis Mallman. Wow, what a nice book. Very cool photography, story telling and some neat recipe ideas. The whole book is about cooking over fire and it has given me a ton of new ideas. I am a meat and potatoes guy who likes to dabble in some "fancy" recipes. This book does not have hard to find ingredients for the most part. Seems like stuff the whole family will love.

There is one recipe for roasting a whole cow. That may be a little out of my league, but overall the book looks great. I read it cover to cover tonight. I am also planning on building a parilla at our cabin this summer, and this inspired me to get those plans going.

Anyone else read this book? I want to visit Argentina now!
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