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Not Your Usual Barbecue: 10 Offbeat Foods You Should Grill Right Now

Not Your Usual Barbecue: 10 Offbeat Foods You Should Grill Right Now

Guilty as charged. Of grilling the same familiar foods over and over—you know, steak, salmon, bratwurst. We all do it (even me), when the wide wondrous Planet Barbecue beacons. It’s time to break out of your comfort zone: to try some different foods on your grill and new techniques for grilling them. To get you started, here's my top 10 list of offbeat foods to fire up your grill for right now. Halloumi: This snappy salty white cheese from Cyprus is designed not to melt at high temperature. Which...

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The Best Cheeses for Grilling

The Best Cheeses for Grilling

Photo by Richard Dallett. Congress has designated April “Grilled Cheese Month.” (Good to know our elected representatives are doing something useful.) So there’s no better time to point out that there’s grilled cheese, and then there’s grilled cheese. What our elected representatives probably had in mind was the classic white bread-processed orange American cheese sandwich crisped on a griddle or in a skillet. You can do better. Build the sandwich with focaccia and smoked mozzarella, for example,...

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Mac and Cheese Hits the Grill

Mac and Cheese Hits the Grill

You can’t overstate the popularity of mac and cheese. Lest you’re tempted, consider this: In any given twelve-week period, one-third of the population of the U.S. will eat macaroni and cheese at least once. And half of all American kids will eat mac and cheese during that time. More cheese goes into mac and cheese than into any other recipe in the U.S.—including grilled cheese. Kraft introduced its famous (infamous?) boxed mac and...

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Wrap Session: 8 Foods to Grill Wrapped in Bacon

Wrap Session: 8 Foods to Grill Wrapped in Bacon

A few weeks ago, a photo of onion rings wrapped and grilled in strips of bacon went viral. A gentle reminder that just about everything tastes better with bacon—a philosophy espoused by most of the members of this barbecue community. Especially when you use a home-cured, hardwood-smoked bacon, which I taught you how to make in a blog post earlier this month. The onion rings set me thinking about other foods that taste seriously awesome grilled wrapped in bacon. The usual suspects, like shrimp, scallops,...

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LE MAITRE DU GRILL 2011

LE MAITRE DU GRILL, 2011 ("THE GRILL MASTER")    Steven is framed in the viewfinder of our new high-tech HD (high definition) camera.    Steven prepares to barbecue Kansas City-style ribs on a rib rack.    Indian cheese kebabs (for the recipe and story, see Planet Barbecue).    Lomo al trapo--beef tenderloin roasted in a salt- and cloth-crust.

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