Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible

Smoke-Roasted Chicken

It’s easy to roast a chicken—especially if you do it on the grill. How easy? Put it this way: smoke-roasted chicken is a dish my wife and I make once a week on average.

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Spring Cleaning

On March 20, spring does officially return, and with it the promise of grilling in your shirtsleeves, not in a parka. Which brings us to spring cleaning your grill—a good practice even if you’ve been grilling all winter.

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What Is It? Grid Lifter

You know the scenario. Your grill is burning along, but at some point you’ll need to lift the grate to add fresh charcoal or soaked wood chips for smoking.

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Behind the Scenes on the Set of Project Smoke

“Quiet on the set, please. Cameras rolling. ACTION!” With these words, our Director of Photography, Richard Dallett, launched the taping of Steven Raichlen’s next Public Television show, Project Smoke.

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To Eat Before You Die: Barbecue

Author of the new 1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die, Mimi Sheraton has written the most comprehensive book ever on the great foods of the world. Here’s her take on American barbecue.

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Recipes and Crowd Favorites


From the BBQ Blog

What I’m Grilling Now: Smoke-Roasted Chicken

This is the second in a series I recently introduced on Barbecuebible.com called What I’m Grilling Now. No exotic dishes from my travels around Planet Barbecue. No icons of barbecue, with the attendant disputes: charcoal versus wood; dry rub versus wet; mustard versus vinegar sauce, etc. Just what I, Steven Raichlen,...

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Spring Cleaning

What Is It? Grid Lifter

Behind the Scenes on the Set of Project Smoke



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