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7 Indispensable Tools for Tailgaters

7 Indispensable Tools for Tailgaters

You’ve scoured your Raichlen books to come up with killer recipes. You’ve put them together into a menu guaranteed to smoke the competition. You’ve made your shopping list (and checked it twice). You have the appropriate libations on ice. You’re well on your way to extreme tailgating excellence. The only thing left is to assemble your tools.

Well, as it turns out, Steven Raichlen has been busy in this arena, too, and many of his Best of Barbecue grilling accessories are heaven sent for tailgaters.

Herewith, our list of 7 essential tools for the tailgater.

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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...
Barbecued Salmon with Brown Sugar Butter Glaze

Barbecued Salmon with Brown Sugar Glaze

Sweet, smoky planked salmon with a brown sugar butter glaze, the way they barbecue it in Alaska. Read more...


Best of Barbecue Marinade Spray Bottle

Best of Barbecue Marinade Spray Bottle

This sleek, stainless steel marinade spray bottle is an essential tool for serious grill masters. Applies a micro-thin layer of flavor and keeps foods moist. See More...
Malory M1 Cast Iron Grate for 22″ Kettle Grills

Malory M1 Cast Iron Grate for 22″ Kettle Grills

This cast iron grill grate fits most 22″ and 22.5″ charcoal kettle-style grills (Weber, Master Chef, Char-Broil, Napoleon, etc.). Made in the USA. See More...

5 Best Pulled Pork Recipes for the Grill

Beer Can Chicken Revisted

As summer ends and America heads back to school, here’s your first important barbecue lesson of the fall: how to barbecue a pork shoulder. With tailgating season upon us, it comes not a moment too soon.

Here are five of our favorite pulled pork recipes. Personally, I’ve hardly ever eaten a pork shoulder I haven’t loved, from Carolina-style pulled pork to Steven’s cochinita pibil. With the exception of one cooked (not by me) in a Crock-Pot. Promise me you’re not one of “those people.”

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