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Enter for a Chance to Win the 2018 Ultimate Thanksgiving Feast Sweepstakes

Enter for a Chance to Win the 2018 Ultimate Thanksgiving Feast Sweepstakes

Thanksgiving is a holiday to reconnect with family and friends, to spend quality time together watching football and making merry. And the cornerstone of the holiday, which brings us together every year: The table piled high with food. Sausage stuffing, pies, sweet potatoes and more will grace our tables this year. And at the center of the feast, a mouthwatering turkey smoked to perfection. To help you host the best possible Thanksgiving feast, our friends have helped us bring together the ultimate...

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A Man and His Smokehouse

A Man and His Smokehouse

I love this photo. The monochromatic colors of the landscape, the leafless aspens, the shadow of the mountains, the improvised work table, and of course, the rustic smokehouse. I can only imagine the delicacies that will emerge from the billowing wood smoke. Built by my food-obsessed friend Vladi Ulrych near his home in Colorado Springs, Colorado, it is similar to the one I erected a few years ago while developing recipes for my book Project Smoke. I met Vladi over a decade ago when we debuted...

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Best Tailgating Recipes: What To Grill This Tailgating Season

Best Tailgating Recipes: What To Grill This Tailgating Season

Here at BarbecueBible.com, we believe the four seasons could use a rechristening—Spring, Summer, Tailgating, and Winter! Tailgating is more than just the act of grilling with friends and family. It is a fall tradition made even greater by the anticipation of your team's charge to victory. And in a way, the tailgating itself has become a competition. The tailgaters with the most innovative, delicious recipes are crowned the best host/hostess by virtue of the clean plates and wide smiles of their guests....

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Limited Time: Two of Steven’s Ebooks for Less Than $3 Each

Limited Time: Two of Steven’s Ebooks for Less Than $3 Each

Hurry! Ends Soon: Stock Up on Steven Raichlen's Cookbooks for Less Than $3 From time to time, Steven’s publisher offers a limited-time offer on the ebook version of his bestselling cookbooks. This month, you have a chance to purchase TWO of Steven's recent ebooks for less than $3 each. We’re happy to announce that from 8/21 - 8/27 you can purchase Project Smoke on sale wherever ebooks are sold. And from 8/20 - 9/4, the newest cookbook...

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Elevate Your Outdoor Entertaining with Our August 2018 Sweepstakes

Elevate Your Outdoor Entertaining with Our August 2018 Sweepstakes

Enter before September 15, 2018, for a chance to win a fabulous prize package from our partners! The sweepstakes grand prize is a stunning Angara grill table from iBBQ. (Perhaps you saw a similar one this summer on Steven Raichlen’s TV show Project Fire on American Public Television.) Constructed of South American tigerwood and marine-grade stainless steel, this handsome table features a built-in gas grill with 15,000 BTUs and bench seating for four. Marrying European design with American ingenuity, it’s the ultimate expression of Social Grilling™...

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Steven Raichlen’s Latest Can’t-Miss Release: Project Fire

Steven Raichlen’s Latest Can’t-Miss Release: Project Fire

Get ready for the most sizzling, flame-seared, smoke-scented Raichlen book yet: introducing Project Fire (Workman Publishing, 2018). Yes, the latest title in the best-selling Barbecue! Bible series will do for grilling what Project Smoke did for smoking: offer an inspiring and comprehensive crash course on the latest trends in live-fire cooking. From caveman grilling (in the embers) to high-tech spit-roasting. From grilling on planks, planchas, and salt slabs...

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For Easter and Passover: Our Secret for Premium Lamb

For Easter and Passover: Our Secret for Premium Lamb

Speaking from the set of Project Fire, his latest TV show, Steven said, “That was the best lamb I’ve ever eaten.” No surprise there, as the steaks and chops were sent to the recent shoot by John and Sukey Jamison of Jamison Farm. (We always try to acquire the very best food for the cameras, and they’ve been supplying Steven’s shows for many years.) Their contact info has been in the “little black books” of the country’s top chefs and restaurants for decades....

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Celebrate Chinese New Year with Five-Spice Powder Ribs

Celebrate Chinese New Year with Five-Spice Powder Ribs

Have you celebrated the Chinese New Year yet this winter? Why not use what time is left of the 15-day annual celebration, and start a new tradition for your family. As I've written in the past, Chinese culture generally shies away from grilling as a cooking method. But the dishes that are grilled will bring you new flavors that will delight your taste buds and have you marking your calendar for this season every year. Traditionally, we may think of duck...

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Enter the Start 2018 Off Right Sweepstakes!

Enter the Start 2018 Off Right Sweepstakes!

Each new year dawns with a chance to learn new techniques, and expand your knowledge of this hobby (obsession?) we all share in grilling and smoking. As Steven writes every January, there are new trends appearing each year that allow even the most experienced griller to develop new skills. Whether you are planning to attempt your first cold smoking experiment in 2018, or enjoy the 2018 trend of salt slab desserts, or perhaps grill your first homemade jalapeño poppers for Super Bowl LII, we want to...

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Grill to Thrill: Cavemanning (Cooking in the Embers)

Grill to Thrill: Cavemanning (Cooking in the Embers)

Some of the best moments in life occur when we’re not completely in control. Zip-lining. Falling in love. Live-fire cooking. As an industry, grilling and barbecuing seem to be moving toward the “set it and forget it” mentality, marketing grills and smokers that have more in common with kitchen appliances than the primal cooking fires that have sustained mankind for millennia. Don’t lose touch with that powerful, seductive, unpredictable, sometimes violent element....

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