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Steven Raichlen's Barbecue Bible

The Hermit of Chappaquiddick: Steven Raichlen’s Novel with a New Title & Chapter

Here’s a fact about me some of you may not know: In addition to being a food writer and TV host, I also wrote a novel.

Well, here’s another fact you may not know—one of the most frustrating things about being an author is that you don’t always get to choose your book’s title. I originally called my novel The Hermit of Chappaquiddickthe name of its main characterThe publisher insisted on the more neutral—dare I say bland—title, Island Apart. 

So for the new Amazon edition of my novel—available both as an e-book on Kindle and as a printed book, I went back to my original title.  It’s the same story of love, loss, and redemption. But now with the title I always dreamed of.  Plus a bonus chapter that didn’t make it into the original book—the backstory of one of my favorite supporting characters: Sheila.

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Project Fire Season 2

Steven Raichlen's Project Fire Season Two

Catch the all-new season of Project Fire for new grills, fuels, dishes, and jaw-dropping new techniques. Watch now...
Big Green Brisket Bonanza

Big Green Brisket Bonanza

We’ve teamed up with Crowd Cow and Big Green Egg to give away over $2000 worth of gear! Enter the sweepstakes...


Camp Chef Pursuit Portable Pellet Grill

Camp Chef Pursuit Portable Pellet Grill

Anyone can cook deliciously smoked food with the smaller, portable design of the Pursuit Pellet Grill. Tailgate, campsite, block party, and backyard approved.
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Kettlze Zone Cooking System

Kettle Zone Cooking System – Fits 22 inch Weber Kettle Grill

This is going to change the way you use your grill. Easily transition your grill from a low and slow smoker to a grilling and searing machine. See More...

Down the Hatch! Celebrate New Mexico’s Flame-Roasted Chiles

Beer Can Chicken Revisted

On Saturday and Sunday, August 31 and September 1 — Labor Day weekend — 30,000 heat seekers will converge on tiny Hatch, New Mexico, for the 48th annual Hatch Chile Festival. The town of Hatch, population 1680, is the self-proclaimed “Chile Capital of the World” — and who are we to argue?

The smooth, thick-walled Hatch chile is prized by culinary hotheads for its earthy-herbaceous flavor, versatility, and consistent, decisive heat.

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