Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible

Recipes

Rotisserie-Smoked Chicken with Drip Pan Root Vegetables

Want a super easy dinner? Place potatoes, sweet potatoes, or other root vegetables (quartered lengthwise) with a couple of quartered shallots or a handful of garlic cloves (skins on) in […]

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Citrus-Smoked Turkey Breast

Here’s a turkey breast bright with citrus (lemon, lime, orange, and grapefruit, pureed rind and all), with fennel pollen (or fennel seeds) for a licoricy sweetness—inspired by the Pig & […]

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Bourbon Brown Sugar Smoked Pork Loin

This pork loin plays pinball on your taste buds, offering the sweetness of brown sugar, the tang of mustard, and the rich smoke flavor of bacon (the bacon also helps […]

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Smoke-Roasted Pears

Watch how it was done on Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke:

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Brisket on the Bone

Each meaty bone tips the scale at 2 to 2½ pounds. Seasonings? Keep them simple: salt, pepper, and hot red pepper flakes. Focus on the meat and smoke.

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Bacon, Ham and Cheese Chicken Thighs

These bacon-wrapped smoked chicken thighs may sound like pure Americana, but the inspiration comes from Belgrade. In Serbia, grilled chicken and pork are routinely stuffed with smoked ham and piquant […]

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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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