For the 200,000 years Mankind walked this Earth, we developed a set of culinary abilities that allowed us to entertain our families using only simplicity, skill and fire. For thousands of generations, this Craft became innate, a birthright that instinctively taught us how to sear roast a steak over live coals or grill shellfish on the burning embers crusted on a piece of wood. As modern culture evolved, these primal ways slowly succumbed to the printed instructions of high tech grills, fancy tools and elaborate sauces. Unfortunately, the mastery acquired over the ages became lost to all but a few: the Asadors, the professionals who cook with fire. With research in 70 countries on 6 continents and interviews with hundreds of live-fire culinary professionals, The Asador is the most comprehensive volume of books on the Craft ever written. Whether you're a barbecue aficionado seeking the varsity level, a chef stuck in the everyday rut of the professional kitchen or the guys who want to learn how Mankind was born to cook, this book is for you.
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|Size: ||124.1 MB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9780996272124 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|