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How to Grill Portobellos + Why Steven Raichlen Grills

With bowl-like caps that range in size from 3 to 6 inches and hearty, umami flavors, portobellos reach their full potential when exposed to live fire.


The 6 BBQ Tools We Can’t Grill Without

Here are tools we can’t/don’t want to live without. Each is accompanied by a tried-and-true recipe that highlights the usefulness of each.


10 Dishes Every Beginner Should Know + A Quick & Dirty Guide to Cleaning Your Grill and Smoker

To help you develop some traction during this, National Barbecue Month, we’ve selected ten of our favorite dishes that will acquaint you with the basics—direct versus indirect grilling, for example—but encourage you to expand your comfort zone.


Recipe of the Week: Huevos Rancheros Foil Packets

Our grilled version of bacon and eggs channels your inner Boy or Girl Scout. It takes its cues from huevos rancheros, the robust breakfast meal enjoyed throughout Mexico and the American Southwest. 


Where You Can Still Order Meat & Groceries Online + New Ways to Use Your Grill

In these unsettling times when even a trip to your local grocery store seems risky, it’s good to know there are many online food purveyors who can deliver premium provisions right to your door.


Savory, Salty Goodness: A5 Wagyu Brisket Bacon Recipe

Bacon is universally loved — a crisp wave of savory, salty goodness that makes it completely irresistible. While it’s usually associated with pork, BBQ aficionados are raving about the beef version: cured and smoked beef belly (navel) or brisket.


The Basic Temps You Need to Know for Grilling + Breakfast on the Grill

You can’t grill accurately unless you know the cooking temperature. There are two important numbers here: the temperature in the cook chamber and the temperature at the grate level. The former helps you with indirect grilling, smoking, and smoke-roasting; the latter with direct grilling.


Comfort Foods To Grill Or Smoke Now

In these unsettling times when “quarantine cuisine” is on the menu, our families are craving comfort foods—especially meals that can be cooked over live fire. We’re sharing some of our favorites, from appetizers to desserts.


Top 7 Tips & Myths: How to Smoke a Japanese Wagyu Brisket

Japanese A5 Brisket is the best of the best when it comes to meat. It might seem like a daunting cut to cook, but have no fear!


A Message from Steven Raichlen

Most of us woke up to a new normal this weekend as the COVID19 menace shut down North America. Our hearts go out to so many people affected by the virus.


Better Than Popeyes: Raichlen’s Grilled Chicken Sandwich

If it tastes good boiled, broiled, baked, sautéed, or deep-fried, there’s probably a way to make it taste even better on the grill. So here’s the Raichlen take on Popeyes’ chicken sandwich.


10 Delicious Recipes to Grill or Smoke in March

March is a two-faced tease. On her better days, she dangles signs of spring in front of your eyes—returning robins, swelling forsythia buds, more daylight hours. The next time you look outside, several inches of snow have accumulated on your grill with more in the forecast. She does, however, host St. Patrick’s Day with its promise of corned beef sandwiches, or better yet—Reubens. Why not corn your own corned beef or pastrami this year? You have just enough time. You might also be looking for new ways to prepare Lenten fish dishes.