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Barbecued Spare Ribs

Marinate the ribs overnight before baking, if you wish.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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korean-sesame-grilled-beef-with-asian-pear-dipping-sauce

Korean Sesame Grilled Beef with Asian Pear Dipping S...

Korean food is probably the best-kept secret in Asia. From the moment we landed in Seoul, my wife and I ate extraordinarily well. And des...

by Steven Raichlen

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no-stick-grilling-marinade-for-beef

No-Stick Grilling Marinade for Beef

Brush this no-stick grilling marinade on burgers or steaks 30–45 minutes before grilling. A tarragon-flavored vinegar is a great substitu...

by Robert St. John

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first-timers-ribs

First-Timer’s Ribs

There are certain dishes every grill master should know how to cook without thinking—a perfect steak, a beer-can chicken, a fish dish you...

by Steven Raichlen

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lemon-brown-sugar-barbecue-sauce

Lemon Brown Sugar Barbecue Sauce

If you like your barbecue sauce sweet and smoky like they do in Kansas City, this condiment is for you. The lemon zest and juice add bras...

by Steven Raichlen

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maple-glazed-ribs

Maple-Glazed Ribs

If you think the United States is barbecue crazed, wait until you visit Quebec. When I toured our northern neighbor for the launch of the...

by Steven Raichlen

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sweet-smokey-barbecue-rub

Sweet Smokey Barbecue Rub

Here’s a good all-purpose barbecue rub based on a classic American rub that you can customize by adding smoked paprika or smoked salt. Th...

by Steven Raichlen

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smoked-chili-sauce

Smoked Chili Sauce

This sauce is so versatile. You can use it as a barbecue sauce. 

by George Geary

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hot-and-spicy-bbq-rub-for-ribs-or-chicken

Hot and Spicy BBQ Rub for Ribs or Chicken

I can never go to Memphis, Tennessee, without having ribs! This city is known for their dry rub ribs. Here is a similar rub for you to try.

by George Geary

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red-barbecue-sauce

Red Barbecue Sauce

One of my brother-in-law Fred Bisel’s favorite sports is to see how much Tabasco sauce he can stand in a single sitting. So when he start...

by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross

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