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Barbecuing

  • Magazine

    Technique: The Texas Crutch

    First developed at the world famous Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas, this technique has now become de rigeur for competitive meat-smoking enthusiasts. Although it is not without its detractors in…

  • BBQ sauces
    Magazine

    The Secret’s In the Sauce

    Like father, like son: Chef Todd Richards learned the art of the barbecue from his dad.

  • Greek Style Smoked Lamb Ribs
    Magazine

    How to Smoke and BBQ Ribs

    Smoking ribs can seem like a daunting process. It's not. Armed with these simple rules, you too can master the art of cooking meat low and slow.

  • BBQ pork tenderloin
    Recipe

    Smoky BBQ Pork Tenderloin

    An easy-to-make spice rub gives tenderloin a savory, smoky flavor. Brush with Ancho Chile BBQ sauce, or your own favorite barbecue sauce.

  • Greek Style Smoked Lamb Ribs
    Recipe

    Greek-Style Dry-Rubbed Lamb Ribs

    Greek cuisine celebrates the delicious versatility of lamb. Gamey lamb ribs are the perfect canvas for the assertive oregano and fragrant garlic featured in the Mediterranean diet. This recipe uses…

  • soy ginger baby back ribs
    Recipe

    Sweet Chili, Ginger, and Soy Baby Back Ribs

    Asian flavors meet American technique in this East-West fusion rib. Never underestimate the number of racks you may end up cooking; these tasty morsels practically demand you to eat several…

  • Product

    Book Review: The South’s Best Butts

    The South’s Best Butts Pitmaster Secrets for Southern Barbecue Perfection By Matt Moore (Oxmoor House; $24.95) In Matt Moore’s new book, there are at least five photographs of him chowing…

  • Product

    Book Review: Red, White, and ‘Que

    Red, White, and ’Que Farm-Fresh Foods for the American Grill By Karen Adler and Judith Fertig (Running Press; $25) This book, though not strictly vegetarian, focuses more on grilling goodies…

  • How-To

    4 Ways to Grill a Juicy Chicken Breast

    Grill master Elizabeth Karmel shares her secrets.

  • Menu

    A Kansas City Barbecue

    Slow-smoked spareribs doused in homemade BBQ sauce meet old-fashioned potato salad, cole slaw, and baked beans.