Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible

Grilling Meats

Cousin Dave’s Chocolate Chipotle Ribs

My cousin Dave is the other professional griller in the family — with a PhD, he’s a university anthropologist by day and a barbecue fanatic at night and on the […]

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Cardiologist’s Nightmare

This has been described as “a cardiac nightmare.” And a tasty nightmare at that. Hot dogs, smoked cheese, pickles, peppered bacon, and barbecue sauce — all rolled up in one […]

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First-Timer’s Ribs

Well, if this is your idea of the perfect rib (and it should be), here’s your master recipe. It will teach you the principles of first-class ribsmanship – skinning the […]

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Memphis Dry Rub Ribs

The “dry rub” rib, which is unique in the annals of American barbecue, contains paprika, chili powder, oregano, and mustard. Unlike most American barbecue rubs, it’s not in the least […]

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“Hot” Dogs

This recipe takes grilling humble dogs to the level of art by filling them with jalapenos and cheese.

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Filipino-Style London Broil

Rodolfo Lagua, a thirty-year California barbecue veteran of Filipino heritage, was the inspiration for this recipe. Lagua learned this way of preparing tri-tips from his friend Sammy Ariola, one of […]

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Romanian Garlic Skirt Steaks

If you like the sanguine flavor of beef and the nose-tweaking pungency of garlic, you’ll adore this garlicky skirt steak, inspired by Sammy s Roumanian in New York City. Sammy’s […]

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