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Turkey’s Second Coming

Turkey’s Second Coming

Forget about Thanksgiving dinner. I can’t wait until the day after Thanksgiving for leftovers. When else during the year can you look forward to turkey soup, turkey liver pate, smoked turkey sandwiches, and turkey hash in a single day? All this month, I’ve been telling you some of my favorite ways to cook turkey on the grill. You’ve mastered my spit-roasted adobo-marinated Cuban turkey with mojo. You’ve brined the bird in bourbon and smoked it over maple...

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Barbecue for Breakfast

Barbecue for Breakfast

It's 6 a.m., Chappaquiddick Island, Martha's Vineyard. My favorite time of day. The sun has just risen, spilling golden flames over the horizon. The wind rustles the treetops, and in the distance I can hear the surf hit the shore at Norton's Point. My family is asleep. The phones are mercifully silent. It feels like I’m the only person awake on the island. So I do what any barbecue-obsessed male would do at six in the morning. I fire up my grill....

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Breakfast of Champions

Breakfast of Champions

"Barbecue -- it's not just for breakfast any more." That's one of the mottos of the KCBS (Kansas City Barbecue Society), and it serves to remind us that breakfast does too belong on the grill. I don't know about you, but I love firing up one of my grills early in the morning -- enjoying the peace and calm before everyone else awakes. So what's for breakfast? How about steak and eggs Grillworks style -- cooked on this Argentinean style grill over...

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SMOKED EGGS

YOU CAN SMOKE WHAT? I went to the Redlands--an agricultural district an hour south of Miami--this past weekend, and what did I find at Bee Heaven Farm but these beauties: farm-fresh eggs smoked over mahogany. If you've read my books, you know that smoked and grilled eggs are occasionally found on the world's barbecue trail. A recipe for Grilled Eggs with Vietnamese Seasonings appears in both editions of The Barbecue Bible. And on page 13 of Planet...

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YOU CAN GRILL WHAT 1

YOU CAN GRILL WHAT?! We never cease to marvel at the diversity of Planet Barbecue--in particular, the remarkable things people cook on the grill. (I was about to say "strange," but one man's "strange"--eggs, seaweed, chicken feet, and lamb spleen, just to name a few--is another man's weeknight dinner. Pictured are a few unusual (to us) things we found on a research trip to the Philippines. The names of the dishes are pure poetry! From left to...

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SMOKED EGG PATE

INGENIOUS: SMOKED EGG PATE  One of Steven's favorite recipes from his book Planet Barbecue (Workman, 2010) is Smoked Egg Pate (see page 13), a dish he discovered when he visited the historic Auberge Shulamit on Israel's Sea of Galilee. While filming an episode of Le Maitre du Grill recently, Steven discovered the stainless steel rack he designed to cook shellfish like clams, mussels, and oysters on the grill works beautifully for eggs,...

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You can grill what?

You can grill what? What's the strangest thing you've ever smoked or grilled? It's a question I get often and here's one candidate: smoked eggs from Israel.

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