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Steven Raichlen's Barbecue Bible

Say Aloha to a Hawaiian Barbecue

Looking for a theme for a fall party? May we suggest Hawaiian barbecue. As anyone who’s visited this archipelago or its many resorts knows, a luau is perhaps the most famous of Hawaii’s festive food events, usually featuring a pig wrapped in ti, taro, or banana leaves and cooked with hot volcanic stones in an earthen pit called an imu. After many hours of slow gentle heat, the pig is shredded (much like pulled pork) and served with a variety of side dishes like poi (the starchy root of the taro plant), rice, or poke—sashimi-quality fish marinated in soy sauce and other ingredients.

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Turkey Burgers Go to Rehab

Ground turkey is one of the most versatile products at the meat counter. It plays well with assertive flavors from many of the world’s cuisines, and can be made into meatballs, meatloaf, kebabs, or our favorite—burgers.

Unfortunately, turkey burgers have a reputation (undeserved) for being both bland-tasting and insufferably dry. But not when handled and cooked properly.

Here are our tips for serving juicy, flavorful turkey burgers every time.

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