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My Year In Barbecue: 2018

My Year In Barbecue: 2018

2018 may have been fraught with political and financial mayhem, but it was a banner year for barbecue. It was a year of new grills, new live-fire cooking techniques, and some terrific new barbecue restaurants. Here in Raichlendia, the year brought new books, new TV shows, new grilling friends, and a wide world of new grilling experiences. Here are some of the highlights. I’d love to hear about your year in barbecue—let us know on The Barbecue Board, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.   January:   My year began with a bang—or more appropriately, with a blast of wood smoke—as I headed to College Station, Texas, to attend Camp Brisket. This intense two day and night seminar hosted by Foodways Texas and the Meat Sciences Department of Texas A & M University covers everything you want to know about brisket: its anatomy, chemistry, physics, and of course, how to trim it, season it, smoke it, carve it, and serve it. The faculty included some of the biggest names in Texas barbecue: Aaron Franklin,...

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The BBQ Board Has Moved!

The BBQ Board Has Moved!

Here at Barbecue Bible, we love hearing from our community of grillers, smokers, and meat fanatics. Have you recently tried curing your own bacon? Did you visit a new barbecue joint that the whole world should know about? Do you have a live-fire question that Steven can help answer? Allow us to introduce you to our BBQ Board community with its new home on Reddit. The BBQ Board is where you can ask your BBQ questions, share your tales from the grill,...

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What’s New in ’Cue: September 2015

What’s New in ’Cue: September 2015

We’ve heard from you, our readers, that keeping up on all of the latest grilling techniques, newest BBQ restaurants, and hottest food trends can be difficult. So we’re starting a new monthly blog post to bring together the links we love—the news you need to keep up with the ever-changing world of ’cue. The Propane-Fueled Endless Summer, nytimes.com Warmer months might be waning, but your grilling season can keep right on going with a gas grill. 10 Grilling Lies Debunked by...

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