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Our Most Popular Recipes from 2018

Our Most Popular Recipes from 2018

The ringing in of the New Year is always our cue to take a look in the rear-view mirror and identify the most searched topics and recipes on our website, www.barbecuebible.com. Not only is it fun to see where we’ve been, but the data helps us map our editorial path for the coming year. Once again, pork dominated the field in 2018, with everything from pork belly (cured and uncured) to ribs. Here are our top recipes, in order: 1. Bourbon Brown Sugar Smoked Pork Loin ...

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5 of Our Best Barbecue and Grilling Recipes (Don’t Take Our Word For It: Readers Love These!)

5 of Our Best Barbecue and Grilling Recipes (Don’t Take Our Word For It: Readers Love These!)

Thousands of you have read our list of our 5 most popular recipes of 2017. By popular demand, we're thrilled to expand the list to the next 5 most popular, to give you (our readers!) even more recipes to try. This list is perfect as a Grilling 101 for newcomers, or a wonderful refresher for those of us who have been grilling for years. Kick off your grilling this weekend with these popular recipes: Barbecued Pork Belly Pork belly is for...

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The Only Recipe You Need for Whole Beef Tenderloin

The Only Recipe You Need for Whole Beef Tenderloin

When you want to make a gesture of generosity or opulence this holiday season, nothing beats the long cylindrical, supernaturally tender muscle cut from the inside of the steer’s ribcage, beef tenderloin. Yes, it’s an extravagance. And yes, tenderloin may lack some of the rich flavor of prime rib or brisket, but it’s guaranteed to delight the carnivores in your family or circle of friends. I’ve published many recipes for this luxurious cut of meat over the years,...

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Our Top 5 Trending BBQ Recipes of 2017 (So Far)

Our Top 5 Trending BBQ Recipes of 2017 (So Far)

Right photo by Rob Baas. It may still be winter, but it seems many of you have kept on smoking and grilling right through the chilly temps. Good barbecue doesn’t need a reason or a season. Here are some recipes that were especially popular on BarbecueBible.com during January and February. Enjoy! [caption id="attachment_15707" align="alignnone" width="500"] Photo by Richard Dallett[/caption] Chinatown Ribs If you think the sweet-salty-umami flavors of Chinese ribs are...

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Reverse-Seared Smoked Beef Tenderloin for New Year’s

Reverse-Seared Smoked Beef Tenderloin for New Year’s

Whether you’re planning to ring in the New Year by hosting a festive sit-down dinner or an over-the-top buffet, there’s nothing more celebratory than a whole beef tenderloin. Yes, it’s extravagant. And, no, it’s not inexpensive. But it’s guaranteed to delight the carnivores in your circle—especially when smoke-roasted to sanguine perfection. An added bonus? It’s ridiculously easy to prepare—you can even do it ahead—and can be served...

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What to Grill for Unexpected Dinner Guests

What to Grill for Unexpected Dinner Guests

Unexpected dinner for your boss or in-laws? Of course you want to serve something guaranteed to make eyes pop, jaws drop, and send your equity soaring. We've got you covered with a spectacular blackened, smoke-roasted whole beef tenderloin you can grill from start to finish in 30 minutes. Step 1: Crust a trimmed beef tenderloin with your favorite blackening spice. Step 2: Set up your grill for modified direct grilling: coals raked...

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