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Barbecue Sauces from Around the World

Barbecue Sauces from Around the World

Excerpt from Barbecue Sauces, Rubs, and Marinades—Bastes, Butters, and Glazes, Too Americans aren’t the only people obsessed with barbecue sauce. Grill masters across the world have endeavored to create the ultimate barbecue sauce ever since we started roasting meat over live fire. Argentineans could no more imagine grilled beef without Chimichurri than Thais could enjoy saté without peanut sauce. In Spain, grilled fare comes with a roasted vegetable and nut sauce called Romesco, while in the Republic of Georgia,...

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Filipino Barbecue: It’s in the Stuffing

Filipino Barbecue: It’s in the Stuffing

It gives me great pleasure to introduce this month’s guest blogger, Alex Paman. You may recognize his name from the Barbecue Board (and from my book Planet Barbecue). Alex is my go to guy when I want to know more about Filipino barbecue. And Filipino barbecue is one of the world’s best-kept food secrets. The following makes me hungry just to read about and I bet it will you, too. –Steven Lechon baboy (roast pig). The very words make a Filipino’s...

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