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Fiery Enough for You? Introducing the “Frankensauce”

Fiery Enough for You? Introducing the “Frankensauce”

If you’ve spent any time on this website (or just hanging around the grill), you’ll know the deep reverence for and alarmingly heavy-handedness we grilling fanatics have with hot sauce. Bottled hot sauce is good. Homemade hot sauce is better. But when you introduce fermentation to hot sauce (you know, the process that transforms cabbage into sauerkraut and fresh sausage into salami), you produce a hot sauce with complex umami flavors—a condiment worthy of your best grilling. Which brings me to Chicago...

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Barbecue University

Ode to Apples

Ode to Apples

October is National Apple Month—not the mention, prime picking and eating time for some of America’s best apples. What better occasion to celebrate the contributions this storied fruit has made to American barbecue? Apples possess a natural affinity for pork, which probably gained the fruit admission to the barbecue world in the first place. But don’t stop there. Apple juice, apple sauce, and cider vinegar are essential ingredients in regional American barbecue...

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A 4th of July Menu, Part II: Lone Star Beef Ribs with Bare Bones Barbecue Sauce

A 4TH OF JULY MENU, PART II: LONE STAR RIBS WITH BARE BONES BARBECUE SAUCE On Tuesday, we kicked off our Independence Day countdown with some spicy jalapeno shrimp kabobs. This week, we're turning to the, er, meat of the matter with some of the biggest bones around. LONE STAR RIBS WITH BARE BONES BARBECUE SAUCE When it comes to ribs, Texas lies at the opposite end of the spectrum from Kansas City or Memphis. Texans prepare ribs with simple seasonings...

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SHOWTIME!

Show Time!  When the Fancy Food Show opened in San Francisco last week, Steven was on hand to launch some of the exciting new food products in the 2006 Best of Barbecue line. Here he's joined by national sales director, Bobbi Pauline, and Charcoal Companion President, Chuck Adams. So what's in the new line? Sizzling sauces, like Steven's new Shanghai Barbecue Sauce, Lemon Brown Sugar Barbecue Sauce, and Red Eye Barbecue Sauce--made...

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BBQ Legend

Here's Steven with one of the greatest living legends of barbecue, Dr. Rich Davis, the child psychiatrist turned medical school dean turned barbecue baron, who built a lifelong love of smoke and fire into the best selling premium barbecue sauce in America. Rich invented KC Masterpiece Barbecue Sauce, you see, and he was the first to realize you could make the sauce match the meat by adding a shot of liquid smoke. (Liquid smoke is an all natural product--made...

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