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Steven Raichlen's Barbecue Bible

“If It’s Not Raised Right, It Can’t Be Delicious”

One of the most time-consuming tasks before filming new episodes of Steven’s TV show each year is sourcing all of the ingredients for every unique recipe. In the case of Project Fire Season 2, we needed a pork secreto cut and were having difficulty finding the quantity we needed, until we discovered Porter Road.

Here's what makes Porter Road so special.

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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...
Grilled Littleneck Clams with Linguiça

Grilled Littleneck Clams with Linguiça

Any seafood hitting your grill this weekend? Here are some Grilled Littleneck Clams. Get the recipe...


Kamado Joe Classic Joe Grill

Kamado Joe Classic Joe Grill

Kamado Joe is a grill and a whole lot more. Easily slow-roast, smoke, sear, or bake—all from one place. See More...
BBQ Dragon Charcoal Starter and Grill Fan

BBQ Dragon Charcoal Starter and Grill Fan

This innovative tool gives you a quick start without jeopardizing the taste of your food with excess lighter fluid. See More...

Beer Can Chicken Revisited

Beer Can Chicken Revisted

Twenty years have passed since a much younger Steven Raichlen prepared a beer can chicken on the Today Show.  That followed his New York Times story on beer can chicken, and yes, a Beer Can Chicken book (Workman Publishing) that has sold nearly a half million copies.

In recent years, there’s been a lot of internet trash talk about beer can chicken. (It feels a little like a campaign to disprove the existence of Santa Claus to a kid.)

So how does this singular dish—and the notion of roasting a chicken on an upright open can of beer is certainly singular—stand up today?

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