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13 Ribs Recipes to Bring Out Your Inner Pitmaster (or Grillmaster)


For a Better Steak, Cooking Directly on Charcoal

We’ve never been the kind of guys to worship outdoor grilling gear and technology. When we were growing up, Dad set the tone, making do with a rusty hardware store hibachi and a metal chimney. We’ve written about the ascetic thrill of using government-issue grills in state parks.

But recently we …


Fire-Roasted Potatoes, Brooklyn Style

Some kids grow up with backyard grills. Others have campfires, clambakes or pig roasts.

In postwar Brooklyn, my parents had potatoes they roasted in bonfires they built with other neighborhood children in empty lots.

Roasting potatoes in the ashes is a longstanding practice that became especially …

New York City

Grilling Crab is Easier Than You Think

We partnered with Alaska Seafood to show you an easy way to grill different types of crab like king, snow, and Dungeness.

From left to right: Frozen Alaska king crab legs, snow crab legs, and a Dungeness crab

Dungeness, king, snow, bairdi, Jonah, spider, peekytoe, rock, stone, blue, brown, green, and …


Panfried Burgers Stuffed with Blue Cheese

With pungent blue cheese both inside and on top, these decadent burgers will satisfy even die-hard cheese fans. If you don’t love blue cheese, substitute any semisoft cheese, such as Taleggio or Brie. If you have a meat grinder, by all means grind the beef yourself for the best results. …




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Recipe: Smoked Barbecued Brisket with Grilled Poblanos & Onions

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Grilled Bread with Peanut Curry Sauce and Pickles

This recipe from Thai-Kun makes a generous amount of sauce, which you may find yourself finishing (we won’t judge). Any leftover would be great on everything from white rice to noodles to…well, more bread.


Pack cucumber, onion, and chiles into a 1-qt. jar. Heat vinegar, sugar, salt, and ½ cup …


16 Crowd-Pleasing Recipes for Your Independence Day Grill

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Can't decide what to make for the biggest cook-out holiday of the year? We've got you covered. From smoky ribs to spiced kebabs, juicy pork chops, and spicy chicken wings, we have 16 great excuses to fire up your grill this Fourth of …


5 Tips for the Best Barbecue of Your Life

Jim Shahin, the Washington Post's "Smoke Signals" barbecue columnist, stopped by to offer a few pointers.

On July 4, 1776, some of America's greatest men signed and adopted the Declaration of Independence, proclaiming us free from our British brethren and asserting our right to sovereignty and …


Go Low and Slow

Step 1

Light your charcoal

“Skip the lighter fluid—it gives your food a funky smell and taste,” says Carroll. Instead, use a chimney starter, available at any hardware or kitchen store for about $15. Stuff a sheet or two of newspaper into the bottom of the chimney, set the chimney on the grill …


Make Amazing Charcoal-Grilled Steaks with a Chimney Starter

There’s just something special about a steak grilled over charcoal. To maximize that charcoal-grilled flavor and aroma, the folks at America’s Test …

Cool Stuff

Triple-Chile Burger with Grilled Potato Wedges

If you’re celebrating Memorial Day weekend with a backyard barbecue, try this deliciously spicy cheeseburger inspired by the Southwest. Chunky fries with just a hint of heat are the perfect accompaniment. The fries are equally delicious made with sweet potatoes.

Triple-Chile Burger with Grilled


Barbecue Maple Chicken Kebabs

Make Your Marriage Better and Barbecue Maple Chicken Kebabs Recipe

posted by Sandy on June 17, 2015

These Barbecue Maple Chicken Kebabs are one of the …

Chicken Recipes

The Hottest Barbecue Places in the D.C. Area

Eater Staff on Jun 18, 2015, 10:00a

Barbecue at Smokehouse Live

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Now that summer is officially here, there’s no better time to sit at a …


The 9 Essential Barbecue Spots in Chicago

Jeffy Mai on Jun 18, 2015, 10:00a


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Chicago may not be in the south, but residents here, with so many great spots old and new, …


A Handy Map of Boston Barbecue Joints to Try This Summer

Rachel Leah Blumenthal on Jun 18, 2015, 11:33a

Blue Ribbon

Sure, Boston's not exactly known for being a barbecue town, but there are still plenty of …


New York City's Top 20 Barbecue Restaurants

Nick Solares on Jun 18, 2015, 12:12p

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While the rest of the world has historically looked at NYC barbecue with the same sense of skepticism …

New York City

The Essential Barbecue Spots in Los Angeles

Matthew Kang on Jun 18, 2015, 10:00a

LA's barbecue scene isn't anywhere near the best in the country, but that's okay. There are still some really …

Los Angeles

The Hottest New Barbecue Restaurants in Atlanta

Chris Fuhrmeister on Jun 18, 2015, 10:29a

Barbecue is a Southern birthright, and there are plenty or restaurants around Atlanta serving up various …


Denver's Essential Barbecue Eateries

Jessie Levine on Jun 18, 2015, 11:35a

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From food trucks to holes-in-the-wall to bowling alleys, Denver is nurturing a sleepy yet …


Recipe: Barbecued steak with mushroom salsa

What to serve your dad this Father’s Day? There’s an old-fashioned cut called top sirloin, also known as sirloin tip – and not to be confused with New York sirloin – that seems to have been bumped out of fashion by hangars and flat irons. But I genuinely love this steak for its meatiness and …

Barbecue Recipes

Recipe: Serve These Barbecue Chicken Wings and Portobello Sliders at Your Father's Day Cookout!

Looking for a dish to serve at your Father's Day family cookout? We've got the perfect recipes! Find out how to whip-up savory portobello sliders and …


Last-Minute Father’s Day Gift: Homemade Barbecue Sauce

Need a last-minute gift for your dad? Why not whip him up a batch of fancy, homemade barbecue sauce with this quick recipe from Andy Baraghani of Tasting Table, who claims that this sauce only takes 30 minutes to make!

Make the sauce, then mop it on everything you throw on the grill this season.

The …

Barbecue Sauce

Pitmasters Embrace New Barbecue Truth: Rested Meat Is Sublime

For years, barbecue hounds planned their visits to barbecue joints with the precision of a Special Forces operation.

Why? Because they knew there was a narrow window when the smoked meat would be at its juiciest, smokiest best. Once the window had closed, a platter of would-be sublimity typically …


How to Grill Fish - Bon Appétit

June 8, 2015 /

Written by Christina Chaey

We’re about to let you in on the secret to perfectly grilled fish that doesn’t fall apart: It’s called escabèche, and it’s pretty genius. Instead of marinating the fish before it goes on the grill, you’ll grill it first, then take it off the heat and give it a …


How to Grill a Big Pork Chop for a Crowd - Bon Appétit

June 7, 2015 /

Written by Christina Chaey

The next time you’re grilling for a crowd, skip the individual pork chops and opt for a massive, triple-cut pork chop cooked to share. We don’t just love a cut of meat this big because it looks good (though that never hurts). Cooking a chop this size will give


Mozzarella and Caramelized Peach Caprese Burger |HBH

These burgers, I have so many words for these burgers.

First of all, the colors and flavors just make me happy. These burgers are so bright and fresh, …


How to Grill the Best Burger Recipe - Bon Appétit

May 21, 2015 /

Written by Rochelle Bilow

When the weather heats up and the backyard barbecues begin anew, there’s one thing we crave: a big, juicy burger. Luckily, Bon Appétit editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport is here to walk us through the process for grilling up the Double RL Ranch Burger, our cover …