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What It’s Like On A Barbecue Book Tour

What It’s Like On A Barbecue Book Tour

Taking his newest book (Barbecue Sauces, Rub and Marinades—Bastes, Butter, and Glazes, Too) on the road, Steven Raichlen gives an inside look into what it's like to catch 4 am flights and grill hop from one city to the next, meet with wonderful fans like you and take recommendations on must-try food spots and new recipes. Q: How do you choose where you eat in a city you're visiting? Recommendations, random choice, or reviews on the Internet? SR: Often I call the local restaurant...

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Join the Grill Masters Club

Join the Grill Masters Club

This post is brought to you by Grill Masters Club, which provided advertising support. Are you a budding barbecue and grilling enthusiast looking to improve your skills on the grill? Or a veteran grillmaster stuck in a rut using the same recipes every week? Or maybe you’re just someone searching for the perfect Father’s Day gift for the barbecue and grilling-obsessed dad in your life. Enter Grill Masters Club. Grill Masters Club offers...

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Celebrate Sauces Barbecue Bible Sweepstakes

Celebrate Sauces Barbecue Bible Sweepstakes

This May, we are celebrating Steven’s new book with a sweepstakes! From now through June 5, 2017, enter below for a chance to win a copy of Steven’s new Barbecue Sauces, Rubs and Marinades book, a sleek 20" Arteflame One Series grill, plus a handy Marinade Spray Bottle & Marinade Turbocharger from Best of Barbecue! Fundamental to Steven’s big flavor approach to live-fire cooking are his sauces, rubs, spice pastes, and marinades, which endow ordinary meats and seafood...

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Grills We Love: Arteflame

Grills We Love: Arteflame

If the mythic gods of fire had an earthly temple, the Arteflame grill could serve as its baptismal font. Its design, at once primeval and modern, symbolizes mankind’s relationship with the awesome power of fire. Company founder Michiel Schuitemaker, a charismatic, self-described “serial entrepreneur,” developed this singular grill to fill a need: When hosting barbecues, he longed for a stylish but functional grill that didn’t force him to turn his back...

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Lodge Sportsman’s Charcoal Grill

Lodge Sportsman’s Charcoal Grill

A stalwart on the set of Project Smoke is the rugged Lodge Sportsman’s charcoal grill. Constructed entirely of cast iron, this hibachi-style grill is a workhorse, deserving of a place in any serious barbecuer’s stable of equipment. (Lodge, headquartered in South Pittsburgh, Tennessee, has been making high-quality cast iron cookware since 1896. You’re likely familiar with its skillets and Dutch ovens.) Here are a few of the Sportsman’s design features:...

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The Pit Barrel Cooker: Barbecue’s Cinderella Story

The Pit Barrel Cooker: Barbecue’s Cinderella Story

The BarbecueBible.com rating: Ease of use: A Performance: A Value: A Our recommendation: A great combination grill/smoker/charcoal-fired oven guaranteed to deliver great results to the rawest beginner, but high performance enough for a serious griller or smoker. You know you’ve “arrived” when the barbecue community assigns an affectionate acronym to your grill...

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Grilla Grills: New Design on a Pellet Grill

Grilla Grills: New Design on a Pellet Grill

This blog post is brought to you by Grilla Grills, which provided advertising support. According to "Grilla Lore" the designers of this uniquely-constructed product sought to create a pellet grill "that stands apart, literally, from the crowd." And so they have. With the advent of the vertical Grilla Wood Pellet Grill, the team at Grilla Grills has quite literally turned smoking on its head. The grill itself functions similarly to other pellet...

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Camp Chef Pellet Grills and Smokers

Camp Chef Pellet Grills and Smokers

This blog post is brought to you by Camp Chef, which provided advertising support. We have not covered gas smokers on the blog in depth, but when we have canvased the topic, Camp Chef’s 24-inch Smoke Vault has continually proven to be a popular item among our readers. And we would be remiss in attempting to list the various types of smokers without discussing the advantages of gas smokers and the Smoke Vault. All this to say, if you are a fan...

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Grilling with REC TEC Pellet Grills

Grilling with REC TEC Pellet Grills

This blog post is brought to you by REC TEC Grills, who provided advertising support. As the grilling industry continues to evolve, we see more and more control and accuracy from temperature gauges. The Smart Grill Technology controller on the REC TEC Wood Pellet Grill can help you maintain precise temperature from 180ºF to 500ºF in 5º increments. This flexibility allows you to carefully choose the temperature you want to use on various cuts of meat and vegetables....

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Pellet Grills: Convenience, Control, and WiFi

Pellet Grills: Convenience, Control, and WiFi

This blog post is brought to you with support from our sponsor, Green Mountain Grills, who provided advertising support. When I wrote the Barbecue Bible in the mid-1990s, there was no such thing as a pellet grill. There were charcoal grills, wood-burning grills, and gas grills. And when pellet grills finally appeared on my radar, I admit I was a bit dismissive of them. “Too easy,” I thought to myself. Barbecue is supposed to be hard work....

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