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Barbecuing - Page 3 of 5

  • Article

    Real Barbecue

    Techniques for slow-smoked barbecue, plus sauces from all over America

  • Recipe

    Hoisin Barbecued Ribs (Charcoal Grill Version)

    You'll get darker ribs with this Asian-inspired rub and sauce combo, but the taste is not overpowering. If you don't have a charcoal grill, see our gas grill version of this…

  • Recipe

    Hoisin Barbecued Ribs (Gas Grill Version)

    You'll get darker ribs with this Asian-inspired rub and sauce combo, but the taste is not overpowering. To make these ribs on a charcoal grill, see the charcoal version  of…

  • Recipe

    Apple-Bacon Barbecued Ribs (Charcoal Grill Version)

    The smoky-sweet-spicy flavor of this rub and sauce is a classic complement for pork ribs. You can use either spareribs or baby back ribs for this recipe; baby backs will…

  • Recipe

    Apple-Bacon Barbecue Sauce & Mop

    The smoky-sweet flavor of this mop and sauce is a classic complement for pork ribs. For full instructions for barbecuing the ribs with the sauce, see the Apple-Bacon Barbecued Ribs recipe.

  • How-To

    Fred Thompson: Barbecue Nation

    Collecting barbecue recipes from across the country.

  • Article

    How to add smoke to a gas grill

    It's hard to beat a gas grill when it comes to ease of use, but you do lose the flavor of smoke that comes from grilling over wood or charcoal. Some…

  • How-To

    Build a Charcoal Fire

    Simple steps to create a charcoal fire that starts quickly, requires little maintenance, and provides a range of temperatures

  • Article

    The ABCs of Grilling Gear

    With these nine grilling tools, your barbecue station will be well equipped.

  • Article

    'Tis the Season for (more) Cookbooks

    Kimberley Y. Masibay reviews a bumper crop of tempting new cookbooks.