Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible

Recipes

Thai Chicken Curry Poppers

Curry paste and canned Thai coconut cream (unsweetened) can be found at Asian markets, in the international food section of larger supermarkets, or online at Amazon.com. If you cannot find […]

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Grilled Lamb with Herbes de Provence

This is about the easiest and best way I know to cook lamb chops. You find them everywhere in Provence, from backyard cookouts to country inns and roadside restaurants. The […]

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Pastrami Reuben

If you think a Reuben is good made with corned beef, wait until you try it with the garlicky, smoky pastrami I suggest here.

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Florentine-Style Steak (Bistecca alla Fiorentina)

Although I know that it doesn’t sound like much when you describe it—an olive oil–basted, grilled porterhouse steak—bistecca alla fiorentina is one of the high holies of Tuscan cuisine. But […]

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Bourbon Pecan Pork Loin with Sweet Black Pepper Anytime Sauce

This recipe is brought to you with support from our sponsor, Stubb’s, who provided the samples and advertising support. C.B. “Stubb” Stubblefield used to say he “was born hungry and […]

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Grilled Pork Porterhouses with Newcastle Brown Ale and Mustard

Brown ale gives these quick grilled pork chops a soulful malt flavor with hopsy undertones. The mustard, onion, and pork evoke another classic combination: beer and bratwurst.

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Cowboy Rib Eye a la Plancha with Crispy Brioche Salad and Grilled Dates

Excerpted from Mallmann on Fire by Francis Mallmann (Artisan Books). Copyright © 2014. Photographs by Santiago Soto Monllor. I first learned the technique of pan-roasting rib eye when I apprenticed […]

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Herb-Crusted Venison Filets with Horseradish Sauce

Tender cuts of venison are best prepared simply and cooked quickly. Keep the final doneness to rare or medium-rare to prevent drying out this very lean meat. This recipe is […]

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Hoisin Glazed Quail

Quail were originally domesticated 1,000 years ago in East Asia so there is a nice historic tie to these Asian flavors. This recipe is simple enough for weeknight dinners and […]

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