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The Deen Bros. Get Fired Up : Grilling, Tailgating, Picnicking, and More: A Cookbook
by Jamie Deen and Bobby Deen and Melissa Clark




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Hungry for the great outdoors? Jamie and Bobby Deen know just what to make--whether it's in your own backyard, on the beach, at a potluck picnic, or tailgating before the big game. Paula Deen's sons share a batch of more than 125 mouthwatering recipes and entertaining ideas to make your outdoor dining a breeze.

Jamie and Bobby have always preferred eating at a picnic table to a dining room. For the guys, backyard grilling means more good eats and less mess, tailgating is all about friendship and fun, and a beach picnic is a chance to splash around in the sun between courses. Now the brothers are sharing their outdoor cooking know-how to help you wow your friends and family with everything from grilled meats and barbecue to sandwiches, pizzas, and smoky sides. This irresistible cookbook also offers up delicious nibbles, tasty salads, and refreshing Seaside Sippers. Featuring ingredients easily found at your local supermarket, these effortless dishes are made even more special with the Deen brothers' signature Southern flare.

Fire up the grill for some Beer Can Chicken with Sweet and Spicy Pickled Vidalia Onions, Big Fat Garlicky Rib Eye, and Down-Home Baby Back Ribs. Whip up Hot Buffalo Burgers with Blue Cheese or Nutty Pimiento Cheese Balls in the parking lot before the game. Spread out the picnic blanket for some Red-Hot Mayo and Tomato Sandwiches, NOLA-Style Dirty Rice Salad, or Southern Biscuit Cheese Straws. Hit the beach with Glazed Barbecue Shrimp, Grilled Crab Cake Sammies, or Fire-Roasted Clams and Mussels. Then wash it all down with such lip-lickin' concoctions as Pomegranate Punch, Cucumber Sangria, or a Savannah Sea Breeze. Jamie and Bobby also throw in something sweet with their Grilled Buttery Pound Cake and More and More S'mores.

Packed with gorgeous photographs of the whole family at work (cooking ) and at play, The Deen Bros. Get Fired Up is a celebration of the beautiful landscapes, the wonderful people, and the great meals we can all share together.

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Overview

Hungry for the great outdoors? Jamie and Bobby Deen know just what to make--whether it's in your own backyard, on the beach, at a potluck picnic, or tailgating before the big game. Paula Deen's sons share a batch of more than 125 mouthwatering recipes and entertaining ideas to make your outdoor dining a breeze.

Jamie and Bobby have always preferred eating at a picnic table to a dining room. For the guys, backyard grilling means more good eats and less mess, tailgating is all about friendship and fun, and a beach picnic is a chance to splash around in the sun between courses. Now the brothers are sharing their outdoor cooking know-how to help you wow your friends and family with everything from grilled meats and barbecue to sandwiches, pizzas, and smoky sides. This irresistible cookbook also offers up delicious nibbles, tasty salads, and refreshing Seaside Sippers. Featuring ingredients easily found at your local supermarket, these effortless dishes are made even more special with the Deen brothers' signature Southern flare.

Fire up the grill for some Beer Can Chicken with Sweet and Spicy Pickled Vidalia Onions, Big Fat Garlicky Rib Eye, and Down-Home Baby Back Ribs. Whip up Hot Buffalo Burgers with Blue Cheese or Nutty Pimiento Cheese Balls in the parking lot before the game. Spread out the picnic blanket for some Red-Hot Mayo and Tomato Sandwiches, NOLA-Style Dirty Rice Salad, or Southern Biscuit Cheese Straws. Hit the beach with Glazed Barbecue Shrimp, Grilled Crab Cake Sammies, or Fire-Roasted Clams and Mussels. Then wash it all down with such lip-lickin' concoctions as Pomegranate Punch, Cucumber Sangria, or a Savannah Sea Breeze. Jamie and Bobby also throw in something sweet with their Grilled Buttery Pound Cake and More and More S'mores.

Packed with gorgeous photographs of the whole family at work (cooking ) and at play, The Deen Bros. Get Fired Up is a celebration of the beautiful landscapes, the wonderful people, and the great meals we can all share together.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780345513632
  • ISBN-10: 0345513630
  • Publisher: Ballantine Books
  • Publish Date: April 2011
  • Page Count: 208
  • Dimensions: 9.2 x 7.4 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds


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Bring on the good times

The Deen brothers, Jamie and Bobby, grew up loving the outdoors as much as they love good Southern food—after all, their mama is Paula Deen. In The Deen Bros. Get Fired Up, their new addition to the Deen family cookbook collection, they celebrate these dual passions, cooking up a storm of Southern sensations to be savored al fresco, while the sun or the stars shine down. The more than 125 recipes Jamie and Bobby share here are outside-informal, the kind of food that’s meant for paper plates and lots of napkins. These boys don’t hold back—no calorie counting when you’ve got Stuffed Corn Bread with Ham and Cheese on the grill, Hot Buffalo Burgers with Blue Cheese or a whole turkey breast filled with smoky kielbasa. Off for a hike or a picnic? The brothers have the right stuff, like Pulled BBQ Chicken Sandwiches, Classic Southern Slaw and Muffaletta Salad, prepped in advance to make the day easy and special. In fact, “easy and special” goes for all the Deen boys’ entertaining ideas.


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