Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible

Getting the Flavor into the Meat

Flavor. It’s the thing that separates the pros from the amateurs. So the next time your turkey or pork shoulder needs a shot of flavor and moistness, invest in one of these injecting tools.

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10 e-Cookbooks for Barbecue Fanatics

If you want to shop on Black Friday, why not do the heavy lifting on your keyboard or touchpad? Here are some of my favorite e-cookbooks, so you can load up your new e-reader with deliciousness.

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Raichlen Recommends, All-Clad Delivers

Enter for the chance to win the essentials for a man made meal. Prize includes $1800 worth of All-Clad tools, a signed copy of Man Made Meals, and over $200 worth of must-have foods.

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Food Dude: Michael Pollan

Pollan is a man obsessed by live-fire cooking and he devotes a chapter of his most recent book, Cooked, to the art and history of barbecue.

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How to Carve a Turkey

You sourced an organic turkey, brined it, slow-smoked it, basted it, and made gravy from the drippings. Now comes the fun part—or for many people the scary part—to carve it in front of an expectant hungry crowd.

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Recipes and Crowd Favorites


From the BBQ Blog

Getting the Flavor into the Meat

Rubs and spice mixes work great for building flavor on the exterior of the meat. Marinades take the taste deeper, especially if you score the surface with a sharp knife. But to drive the flavor even deeper into the heart of the meat, nothing beats injecting—a process similar to the shot your doctor delivers with a hypodermic needle. ...

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How to Survive Black Friday: 10 e-Cookbooks for Your Favorite Barbecue Fanatic

How to Carve a Turkey

Talking Turkey: The Raichlen 12-Step Program for Taking Your Holiday Bird Over the Top



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