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CREATE TV MARATHON

"RED, WHITE, AND BARBECUE"  The official kick-off of the grilling season is this weekend! Whet your appetite for Primal Grill, Season 3, by tuning in on Saturday, May 29, to Create TV's 18-hour live-fire cooking marathon featuring Steven Raichlen. It's entitled "Red, White, and Barbecue." From 6 a.m. to midnight, the station will air back-to-back episodes of Primal Grill, Seasons 1 and 2, and BBQ University. Tune in, and it will be like...

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PLANET BARBECUE TODAY SHOW

STEVEN ON THE TODAY SHOW    Matt, Steven, and Meredith on the set of NBC's Today Show. On Monday, Steven appeared on NBC's Today Show and grilled dishes (Gaucho Ribs, Piri Piri Chicken Wings, and Cambodian Coconut-Grilled Corn) from his latest book, Planet Barbecue. (It's now the #1 selling cookbook on amazon.com!) Anchor Matt Lauer hailed the book for its history, cultural essays, grill master bios, and of course, its recipes, which...

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Are you hungry yet?

Are you hungry yet? Here are some of the dishes we prepared during the taping of Primal Grill 3. (Show launches in May, 2010) Texas beef clod (smoked for 10 hours over oak) Jamaican jerk chicken Buccaneer ribs

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By Popular Demand–The New Primal Grill DVD is Here

By Popular Demand--The New Primal Grill DVD is Here Just in time for the holidays, the Greatest Hits of Primal Grill Volume Two (from our 2009 show) has just been released by Maryland Public Television. All new recipes. Sizzling new grills. A fire-and smoke-studded line-up that includes bourbon-brined pork chops, red-wine marinated fillet mignons, Brazilian-style rib roast, bacon-grilled elk loin, snapper grilled in banana leaves, Indian grilled...

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Back on the set of Primal Grill

Back on the set of Primal Grill As the sun set over the Arizonan desert, Steven and crew returned to the Espendor resort in Rio Rico to tape Primal Grill 2010. The grills burn night and day to bring you an all new season with all new recipes and sizzling grills. Here Steven plans the next shoot with producer Matt Cohen (in red) and culinary producer, Nancy Loseke. Grabbing a two shot, as Steven starts to prepare Malaysian chili-grilled...

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Sad News

Sad News It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Margaret Sullivan, executive producer of Primal Grill and a long time friend of our television family. Active in TV for more than three decades, Margaret produced award-winning cooking shows with such legends as Julia Child, Pierre Franey and Jacques Pepin. Margaret did everything for Primal Grill--from arranging the location to wrangling all our grills. Her kindness, intelligence, and...

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Primal Grill 2009 Hits the Airwaves

Primal Grill 2009 Hits the Airwaves Many of you have been asking when Primal Grill 2009 will be ready. Well, fire up your grills, folks. Primal Grill 2009 is here! To find the air times in your area, please visit our web site: www.primalgrill.org and click on "carriage." Taped on location at the Esplendor Resort in Rio Rico, Arizona, this year's show is bigger and better than ever, with new grills, new smokers, and sizzling new dishes, like a cactus...

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Le Maitre du Grill Returns

Le Maitre du Grill Returns It's in the can! Steven has just taped a second season of his French language TV show, Le Maitre du Grill. Shot on location in Knowlton, Canada, the new show starts airing on Canal Evasion (Quebec's Travel Channel) on Monday, June 8, at 6:30 p.m. and features Steven's clear, step-by-step recipes and food history. In French.

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Primal Grill On Your Phone

Primal Grill On Your Phone It's official. You can now watch selected episodes of Steven's Primal Grill TV show on your I-pod or mobile phone. Simply visit Podcastgo.com or click HERE. Other shows on podcastgo.com include This Old House, The Weather Channel, and Food & Wine.

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It’s a Wrap

It's a Wrap Steven, Resolution Pictures, and Maryland Public Television just completed the shoot for Primal Grill 2009. It took 11 days, 18 people, 30 grills, 50 propane tanks, and more than 2 tons of hardwood and charcoal to prepare the 40 dishes that will form the core of the Primal Grill shows. On a typical day, we started at 10 a.m. and continued to 10 or 11 p.m. Here is some of the crew that worked so hard to help make the show happen. (From...

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