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NEW! Steven Raichlen’s World-Influenced Barbecue Rubs

NEW! Steven Raichlen’s World-Influenced Barbecue Rubs

Just in time for grilling season, we proudly announce Steven’s new line of innovative spice rubs: Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke World-Influenced Barbecue Rubs. We know that’s a mouthful, but just wait until you taste them. Inspired by regional grilling cultures here and abroad, these six unique blends debuted last month at the International Home and Housewares Show to rave reviews. Created by Steven in partnership with Camerons Products of Colorado Springs, Colorado, these vibrant...

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Organic Spices to Flavor Your Meats

Organic Spices to Flavor Your Meats

This blog post is brought to you with support from our sponsor, Spicely.com, who provided the samples and advertising support. "Where your meat comes from and how it’s raised matters as much as how you smoke it.” This is the mantra of my new Project Smoke show on Public Television, where we try to use only grass-fed beef, heritage pork, and organic chicken and vegetables. And so it goes with the spices you use to flavor your meats. In a world of spices...

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The Ins and Outs of Injecting

The Ins and Outs of Injecting

Afraid of needles? Don’t let that deter you from enjoying the benefits of injecting. As many barbecue pros know, injecting is the most efficient way to add flavor and moisture to smoked, barbecued, or grilled food. Think of injecting as marinating from the inside out. Let me explain. Rubs, spice pastes, and glazes sit on the meat’s surface. Marinades penetrate only a few millimeters into the meat. Brining and curing solutions do reach the center,...

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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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