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Home(made) for the Holidays: Do-It-Yourself Barbecue Rubs

Home(made) for the Holidays: Do-It-Yourself Barbecue Rubs

Barbecuers are easy to shop for. There’s always a new accessory, grill, or smoker that’s guaranteed to delight during holiday gift-giving. What other subset of the American population would actually welcome coal in their stockings? Especially if it’s binchotan, a premium charcoal from Japan. But you don’t have to battle crowds or burden your credit card to please the grill buff on your gift list. Give him or her something you’ve made...

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Barbecue University

Homemade for the Holidays—Barbecue Rubs

Homemade for the Holidays—Barbecue Rubs

Sure, you could buy that grilling fanatic on your holiday gift list a new smoker or cutting-edge grill accessory. (For some suggestions, check out our barbecuers’ gift guide.) But sometimes, the most meaningful gifts are the ones you make yourself. Homemade gifts help you stretch your holiday shopping dollars, and in inclement weather, they’re a great way to channel your inner pit master without having to don your parka or fight for a parking spot. Which...

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The View

Steven returns to the View On Thursday, July 20, Steven will return to The View--this time to tackle the subject of rubs, marinades and barbecue sauces. Some of you may remember his last appearance, which focused on burgers. So what's on the menu? Ribs with Raichlen's rub. Bananas with dessert rub. The only marinade you'll ever need, and much more. Tune in: EST from 11 to noon.

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Spicy enough for you?

Spicy enough for you?! Greetings from the Hearth, Patio, and Barbecue Show in Atlanta, where Steven recently appeared at The Companion Group booth to launch his new Best of Barbecue line of grilling tools, fuels, and flavors. Here are two of his new spice rubs--an Island Spice rub based on Jamaica's soulful jerk seasoning, and a Mediterranean rub flavored with oregano, rosemary, and for a touch of the exotic, dried mint. Don't worry--you don't have...

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