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Primal Grill 2009

Primal Grill 2009 It's official. Steven has started taping the 2009 season of Primal Grill. Here are scenes from the set in Rio Rico, Arizona. Here Steven show how to light a chimney starter in preparation for smoking a batch of Cousin Dave's Chipotle Chocolate ribs. The shoot starts at daybreak and can run as late as 12:30 a.m. Three cameras capture the action from different angles.

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By Popular Demand

By Popular Demand It's here at last. The DVD for Steven's new TV show, Primal Grill. Part I covers shows 1-7: Smoke Screen, Kebabs of the World, Make No Mis-Steak, Bird Meets Grill, Fish Without Fear, Vegetarians at the Grill, and Shoulders and Butts. If you've ever wondered how Steven makes those sizzling prosciutto wrapped trout, Indonesian sate, coffee-crusted barbecued chicken, and Kansas City-style ribs so smoky and tender, you'll gnaw the bones...

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Parlez Vous Barbecue (Part 2)

Parlez Vous Barbecue (Part 2) It's official! Steven's new, 13 part TV series, Le Maitre du Grill ("Master of the Grill"), launched this weekend on Canada's Canal Evasion cable network. The show was taped entirely in French on location in Knowlton, Quebec, Canada. (As Steven says, guess that degree in French literature from Reed College finally came in handy.) The show airs in Quebec every Saturday and Sunday in July, August, and September at 11:30 a.m....

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Calling All Grillers

Calling All Grillers Let's show the Food Network what our Barbecuebible.com grill masters can do! Steven's pal, Bobby Flay, is looking for master grillers to appear on a new show called Grill It! Are you a Master Griller? Are all the barbecues held at your house?

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Steven’s New TV Show (Part Two)

Steven's New TV Show (Part Two) More scenes from the taping of Steven's new TV show, The Primal Grill. In particular, some of the dishes you can look forward to seeing in May. Here Steven carves a spit-roasted whole rib roast. Argentinean style grilled peppers and eggplants. A birds eye view of grilled shrimp cocktail with Mediterranean salsa. Grilled oysters with chipotle barbecue sauce, cilantro, asiago, and tequila. Rotisserie...

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LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!

Lights, Camera, Action! It's official! Steven has a new TV show: The Primal Grlll, launching on PBS in May, 2008. Steven just spent the last two weeks taping on location at the historic Tubac Golf Resort in southern Arizona. Here Steven gets a lesson in operating a hand-held video camera. (It's a LOT harder than it looks.) So what's new about the show? Just about everything. New dishes, like Chinese five spice beef ribs and ginger lime lobster...

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New Season BBQ U

New Season BBQ U  Steven Raichlen and Maryland Public Television are proud to announce the April 1 premiere of Season 4 of BBQ U--thirteen new episodes. This season, according to award-winning producer Charles Pinsky, is the best yet. The "Professor" has put together an intriguing curriculum that includes themes like Extreme Grilling, Tailgate Warriors, and Rib Master. As always, Steven fills each show with basic techniques and valuable...

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Support Your Local PBS Station!

Support Your Local PBS Station!  Last week, Steven made a surprise appearance at Maryland Public Television to tape a virtual pledge drive for public television. (It will air nationwide in June.) One of the premiums (for a pledge of $120) is Steven's new "Lumatong"--illuminated barbecue tongs, demonstrated here by veteran Maryland broadcaster, Rhea Feinkin. No one enjoys pledge drives, but they're essential to keeping shows like Barbecue...

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It’s a Wrap!

It's a Wrap!  In a week that was both grueling and gratifying, Steven shot Season 4 of his show, "Barbecue University," at the spectacular Greenbrier resort--the official campus of BBQ U--in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. But he didn't do it alone: The set was a beehive of dawn-to-dusk activity for six consecutive days with as many as 20 people contributing their skills and talents to the project. Even so, grills, some of them...

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IN VIEW IN NEW YORK

As the sun came up over the Hudson River earlier this week, Steven taped a segment for the popular TV show, The View. The theme? Asian grilling. The menu? Honey sesame shrimp on the barbie; Hong Kong honey glazed chicken wings; grilled pineapple; and to wash it all down, the drink made famous by the legendary Raffles Hotel in Singapore: the Singapore sling. (All the recipes are in The Barbecue Bible, several hundred copies of which were given...

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