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Paul Kirk

  • How-To

    How to Barbecue Chicken Without Burning It

    Keep the heat low, and brush on the sauce at the last minute

  • Recipe

    Georgia Peach Barbecue Sauce

    This is the sweetest of the three sauces for barbecued chicken. You can add a tablespoon or so of peach liqueur for more peach flavor.

  • Recipe

    Classic Barbecued Chicken

    Using a gas grill can be easier because you can control the fire with the turn of a button. The drawback is that you don't get as good a smoked…

  • Recipe

    Classic Kansas City Barbecue Sauce

    Both this sauce and the Memphis sauce for barbecued chicken are tomato based. This Kansas City sauce is a little sweeter and, with the addition of butter, a little more round…

  • Recipe

    Spice Rub

    This is a good all-purpose rub for chicken, and it goes well with all three sauces.

  • Recipe

    Memphis Style Barbecue Sauce

    "Memphis style" used to mean vinegar and pepper, and then tomato and brown sugar found their way into the mix. This sauce has a more bitter bite than the Kansas…

  • Recipe

    Kansas City Style Barbecued Ribs

    If ribs are the main part of your meal, figure a slab will feed two to three people. If you’re serving other grilled or barbecued food, you can figure on…

  • How-To

    How to Make the Best Barbecued Ribs

    A barbecue champ shows how simple spices and slow cooking yield fall-off-the-bone-tender Kansas City style ribs

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