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National S’mores Day Is Coming Up: Here Are 10 New Ways to Celebrate

National S’mores Day Is Coming Up: Here Are 10 New Ways to Celebrate

You heard it here first: Monday, August 10, is National S’mores Day. The origins of this campfire treat are unclear. We do know that the recipe for s’mores first appeared in a 1927 scouting handbook called Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts. Yes, this portmanteau word—a combination of “some” and “more”—has been on the lips of North American outdoor cooks for nearly a century. (As have dabs of gooey fire-roasted marshmallows, smears of chocolate, and graham...

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Chocolate Meets Grill

Chocolate Meets Grill

If the way to someone’s proverbial heart is through the stomach, an even faster route is with chocolate. As a spouse, partner, or parent, you probably know this already. If not, learn it fast. When I was growing up, chocolate was, well chocolate. Today, you have to choose between dark chocolate and milk, bar chocolate and cocoa, single estate chocolate and 90 percent. And what the heck are cocoa nibs? All chocolate derives from the seedpod of a tropical fruit appropriately named Theobroma...

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SMORES

WINTER GRILLING, CONTINUED S'mores on a frozen lake at Camp Towanda in Pennsylvania with our friends Mitch and Stephanie Reiter. What's the craziest thing YOU'VE ever put on a s'more? Here are ideas for variations on the theme: 1) Uptown S'Mores--s'mores using chocolate chip cookies instead of graham crackers--see Barbecue Bible, page 512. 2) Nutella S'Mores--spread cinnamon graham crackers with Nutella or another hazelnut chocolate spread...

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Primal Grill 2009

Primal Grill 2009 It's official. Steven has started taping the 2009 season of Primal Grill. Here are scenes from the set in Rio Rico, Arizona. Here Steven show how to light a chimney starter in preparation for smoking a batch of Cousin Dave's Chipotle Chocolate ribs. The shoot starts at daybreak and can run as late as 12:30 a.m. Three cameras capture the action from different angles.

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