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Fabulous Wood Fired Cooking Reads

4th May 2020

Many of you may be embracing new hobbies and passions during these difficult times and for some that new hobby may be cooking over fire. Cooking outdoors is a great way to get outdoors and something that the whole family can enjoy. If you are new to it, you may be on the lookout for new recipes and cooking tips. To help, we’ve put together a list of some of our favourite wood-fired cooking books from some of the best cooking on wood aficionados.


Genevieve Taylor


Outdoor cooking & fire expert Genevieve Taylor has written a handful of wood-fired cooking books. In particular, the Ultimate Wood-Fired Oven Cookbook provides you with everything you need to know about your wood-fired oven from fuelling to cooking times, and it is packed full of amazing recipes. This book covers everything you need to know, and will show you there is more to wood-fired cooking than just pizza! Genevieve’s latest book, ‘Charred’ is the complete guide to Vegetarian Grilling and BBQ, proving that fire & smoke, don’t always have to be about cooking meat. Check out Genevieve's Instagram for how-to videos and delicious inspo - @genevieveeats


BBQ – Fire, Food & Outdoor LivingBBQ Magazine

An online magazine dedicated to fire, food and outdoor living, BBQ is a quarterly publication that is entertaining yet informative, providing information on the latest appliances, tips & tricks and recipes. Co-created by one of the most well-known and admired names on the BBQ scene, Marcus Bowden. Marcus is the author of the wood-fired cookbook, Food and Fire and is known for providing great recipes and videos on all things cooking outdoors.


dj_bbq_burger_cheese_burger_bacon_burger_babecue DJ BBQ


The DJ BBQ experience encapsulates food, fun and a good time – whether you’ve seen him at a show, read one of his books or on his YouTube channel, DJ BBQ provides his tribe of dedicated fans with entertainment and fun barbecue cooking. His second book Fire Food released in 2018, is packed full of recipes including classics to inventive surprises.


Do you have a favourite wood-fired cookbook, or perhaps you’ve put together your own recipes, we’d love to know! Share yours in the comments section below.