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Rubs (Third Edition)

Updated & Revised to Include Over 175 Recipes for BBQ Rubs, Marinades, Glazes, and Bastes

Published by Cider Mill Press
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

Spice things up in the kitchen! Rubs, 3rd Edition (The Art of Entertaining) will be your guide to season any dish to create your own signature concoction!

The new and expanded edition of the bestselling Rubs by John Whalen makes it even easier to season any dish and features:

- Over 175 recipes for rubs, marinades, glazes, and bastes
- A guide to flavor profiles – like “spicy,” “sweet,” “savory,” and “tangy" – and the types of proteins on which each one works best
- Directions for using the approriate rub, marinade, glaze, or baste depending on how you are planning to cook your.

This handbook is a perfect gift for a loved one who just bought a new grill, and they’ll be sure to invite you to their next Fourth of July, Memorial Day, or Labor Day BBQ shindig. Or buy it for yourself and enjoy cooking in the great outdoors! Rubs is packed with recipes you can use in the kitchen, too, which are also a great starting point for your own bespoke dishes. With this flavor-packed handbook at the ready, you won’t believe how good these easy-to-follow recipes will make your food taste. 

About The Author

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.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Cider Mill Press (June 29, 2021)
  • Length: 448 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781646430994

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