Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible


Grilled Corn Pudding

For the best results, use farm-stand corn and make the pudding the same day you buy the corn.

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Spit-Roasted Onions with Balsamic Honey Glaze

Roasting onions in their skin adds color and flavor. So does the olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and honey marinade, which gets boiled down into a thick, syrupy sauce.

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Onions in the Fireplace

Roast whole onions in the fireplace. The smoke and fire flavors they take on are breathtaking.

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Roasted Tomatoes

Roasting tomatoes works on a principle similar to dry-aging steaks. You concentrate the flavor by evaporating some of the water. In addition, with tomatoes the gentle heat caramelizes some of […]

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Shiitake and Scallion Kebabs

These colorful kebabs turn up at yakitori joints around Tokyo and make a terrific side dish or vegetarian appetizer.

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8 Tips for Buying and Storing Corn

To maximize corn’s sweetness, buy from a local farm (preferably harvested that morning) and cook it the same day. As soon as corn is harvested, its sugars begin to turn […]

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