Karen Adler wears many unique hats such as her BBQ Queen tiara. She also Judith Fertig established the BBQ Queens' Big Book of Barbecue - April 2005 - followed by Weeknight Grilling with the BBQ Queens at 2006. Her latest books with all co-author Judith Fertig have been Patio Pizzeria-Artisan Pizza and Flatbread on the Grill (April 2014) and Gardener & The Grill (2012) equally with Running Press.
Karen is President/Owner of Pig Out Publications, Inc. a wholesaler of BBQ & grill cookbooks (on 275 names). Adler is writer of 13 cookbooks with 9 names on the field of barbecue. Her latest book is Everything Wild Game Cookbook below the pseudonym of Karen Eagle Visit her website to find out all of the books that Pig Out provides: Www.pigoutpublications.com
Karen's passion for cooking began when she married her husband, Dick Adler. Dick is an avid sportsman and hunter. He also Karen search upland game birds; fly-fish such as trout, and deep sea fish for the catch of the region. Having a source of wild fish and game within their two large freezers, Karen became a exceptional game play during trial and error and sharing recipes with other hunters along with their wives.
As a travel culinary teacher, Karen specializes in outdoor cooking. She has taught cooking classes at Halls-Kansas City, Quincy Steamboat Cooking School at Quincy IL, Dorothy Lane-Dayton OH, KitchenArt-West LaFayette IN, Byerly's-Minneapolis MN, Texas' Central Market Cooking Schools, Marshall Field's Culinary Studio at Chicago, Viking Culinary Centers, The Kansas City Restaurant Association, Cooks of Crocus Hill in St. Paul MN, along with The Cleveland RibsFest. Karen teaches classes about American barbecue & grilling, game cookery, and worldwide classes such as French and Italian with emphasis on Provencal and Mediterranean cooking.
She's been a star guest chef at the Seattle Grillfest-2002, Charlie Trotter's To Go-Chic
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