Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible

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Barbecue Show

The Barbecue Show Last week, Steven met Chuck Adams (right) of The Companion Group, at the Hearth, Patio, and Barbecue Show in Reno, Nevada. The purpose: to present the new products in the 2007 Best of Barbecue line. And we've got some killer stuff coming out. Three new sauces: Cherry Lager Barbecue Sauce, Cabernet Barbecue Sauce, and our first ever Steak Sauce. Several new rubs, including a wasabi rub that's dynamite with grilled tuna and...

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The BBQ Bus Rides On

The Barbecue Bus Rides Again! The final stop on Steven's June bus tour was Rockefeller Center in New York City, where Steven made an appearance on Weekend Today. Here he shows Today host Lester Holt how to use long handled spring loaded tongs to do everything from oiling the grate to turning the meat. The emphasis of the segment was tools and techniques. In this shot, Steven demonstrates how to test the doneness of barbecued chicken using...

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BBQ Store

Barbecuebible.com is proud to announce the arrival of Steven's new Best of Barbecue line of grilling accessories--cool tools, fragrant fuels, and sizzling flavorings for the grilling. All in our newly designed Barbecue Store. The longest tongs. The toughest grill mitts. The ultimate grill brush. The grill headlight and marinade accelerator. Grilling rings, the grill hoe, and oversize rib rack. Java rub and Mediterranean herb rub. Asian brine mix....

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Grilling Accessories

Many of you have been asking about my new line of grilling accessories. In the upcoming blogs, I'll show you some of the cool tools, fuels, and flavorings we've come up with, but first I want you to meet my partner in crime, Chuck Adams. Chuck is the founder of The Companion Group, and I venture to say, if you have any decent accessories by your grill, his company probably made them. The Companion Group pioneered (among many other devices) the...

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Brush

A lot of you have written Steven asking where you can buy the monster grill brush he uses on the BBQ University TV show. Well, we've made arrangements with the manufacturer to sell it on barbecuebible. "Keep it hot, keep it clean, keep it lubricated" goes Steven's mantra, and the tough stainless steel bristles on the 8 inch head of this oversize brush will dislodge even the most stubbornly burnt on grunge from your grill grate, The 29 inch handle...

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BBQ Road Gear

Like hikers on the Appalachian trail or mushers on the Iditarod, we have weekly supply drops--Royal Oak lump charcoal (no briquettes please, more on that later) and hickory chips arrive in 100 pound loads every fourth or fifth city. We're also traveling with an 8 foot wooden table (for cooking demonstrations), a full array of Williams Sonoma cookware, and wide assortment of rakes, hoes, shovels, chimney starters, metal trays, and buckets for managing...

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