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Paleo Grilling: The Complete Cookbook

From Ribs to Rubs to Sizzling Sides, Everything You Need for Your Paleo BBQ

With over 250 mouthwatering paleo barbecue recipes, this definitive cookbook delivers charred perfection to grillmasters seeking a healthier lifestyle.

There’s no doubt that adopting a Paleo diet and saying goodbye to dairy, grains and starches can be challenging. But this cookbook makes the Paleo diet easy, taking you step-by-step to a healthier lifestyle, one that has been proven to promote weight loss and a stronger immune system… without skimping on that bold barbecue flavor! With over 250 tantalizing recipes, this cookbook promises to bring out the best in each simple, hearty ingredient, starting with Paleo-friendly rubs and marinades, moving on to meats and veggies, and ending with decadent desserts (grilled peaches, anyone?). Filled with grilling guidance, Paleo wisdom, shopping advice and an extensive variety of dishes, there’s no better way to enjoy the simple pleasure of eating delightful, wholesome food.

John Whalen III is the author of more than four cookbooks. Born and raised in both the culinary and also publishing industries, he founded Whalen Book Works in 2016 in order to publish a curated list of culinary and nonfiction titles. Prior to founding Whalen Book Works, Whalen started his career as a passionate and adventurous cook when he had the privilege of cooking under acclaimed executive chefs Derek Bissonnette and Jonathan Cartwright of the White Barn Inn in Kennebunkport, Maine. After mastering classic American cooking techniques, Whalen organized culinary tour of China, finding his passion for Sichuan cooking in Chongqing, China. Willing to travel to nearly anywhere in the world for exceptional food, Whalen now splits his time living in New York City and Chongqing.

"John Whalen’s recipes are uncomplicated and accessible–even to a novice griller–while delivering complex flavors and unexpected elegance. His sauces, starters, and sides offer surprising and colorful combinations that really work. I find myself actually wanting to fire up the coals, and that’s saying something. Who knows? I might just earn my chops after all."

– Mona Helen, Cookbooks365.com