I don't typically do book reviews, but after watching Netflix's "Chef Table", I just could not resist. Out of all six episodes number 3 on Francis Mallmann was by far my favorite. Why did it stand out? Well he was cooking over fire with cast iron and then just over simple grill tops. It was simple and from a guy who loves fire it was easy to fall in love with.
If you want to take your grilling to the next level this is the book. Yes there are some recipes that are just not applicable for the novice, ie. the recipe for roasting a whole medium cow about 1400lbs butterflied and skinned, but the rest are easy and can be done over almost any grill. It is also a tour of the Argentinian way of cooking. Taking food to the almost burntness that invokes maximum flavor from meat to veggies, and yes baking. It made me fall in love with the grill all over again.