Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible


BBQ Road Gear

Like hikers on the Appalachian trail or mushers on the Iditarod, we have weekly supply drops–Royal Oak lump charcoal (no briquettes please, more on that later) and hickory chips arrive in 100 pound loads every fourth or fifth city.
We’re also traveling with an 8 foot wooden table (for cooking demonstrations), a full array of Williams Sonoma cookware, and wide assortment of rakes, hoes, shovels, chimney starters, metal trays, and buckets for managing the fire. Like hikers on the Appalachian trail or mushers on the Iditarod, we have weekly supply drops–Royal Oak lump charcoal (no briquettes please, more on that later) and hickory chips arrive in 100 pound loads every fourth or fifth city. The Johnsonville Sausage Company Fed-Exs us bratwurst from its plant near Sheboygan, Wisconsin. You can always find us at a book-signing by the smell of grilled bratwurst.

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