Filet Mignon—The Food of Love!
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by Daniel Hale
1d ago
Do you go out or stay home for Valentine’s Day dinner? I prefer to stay home since it can be difficult to get a reservation, or the restaurant is offers only a fixed menu that night. My wife feels what we’ll make for dinner will be better than what we would get at any local restaurant. My Valentine’s Day dinner was inspired by the latest steak sent to me by the Holy Grail Steak company. I thought I had tried all their steaks based on how many I cooked last year. Holy Grail Steak sent me a Prime Filet Mignon. The USDA classifies steaks into three categories: select, choice, and prime, with prim ..read more
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Cassoulet: French Comfort Food at its Best!
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by Daniel Hale
5d ago
What is your idea of comfort food? It’s likely related to where you live or grew up. Or it reminds you of the person who made that special dish. One of my favorites is beef stew. I used to sit in the kitchen and watch my father make his version of beef stew. In addition to beef stew, my other go-to comfort dishes are my baked ziti and smoke-braised beef short ribs. I was recently introduced to a classic French comfort dish called cassoulet. Cassoulet is a bean and meat stew that cooks for several hours and originated in Southern France. The cassoulet is cooked in a heavy clay pot called a cass ..read more
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Super Bowl LVII – And the Grilling is Easy!
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by Daniel Hale
6d ago
Hi, everybody.    My name is Jake Klein.    Some of you will remember me as the owner of the Jake’s Hand Crafted bar and restaurant in Brooklyn, New York.   Some of you will know me as Steven Raichlen’s stepson and partner in Planet Barbecue®–our line of ready to heat and eat barbecue.  I’m writing today to tell you about two new products and a very important football game.   The products are our Barbecue Wings and Sriracha Wings.   Both come spiced, smoked, and fully cooked.   Just heat them on the grill or in the oven ..read more
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All New Steven Raichlen Dinner Plans for February
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by Daniel Hale
1w ago
The 500 Club Introduces the All New EEE Steven Raichlen Dinner Plans of the Month! From our beloved country of Spain, we bring you a whole new style of Steven Raichlen dinner plans, The Exciting, Exotic, EXPRESS (EEE) SR Dinner Plans of the Month! With the Steven Raichlen 500 Club Members Only Ridiculously Delicious Dinner Plans of the Month your fellow 500 Club members have shown how you can combine multiple SR recipes for an other worldly dinner the equal of any top chef in the world! At the same time, we recognize that not everyone has the time available for that worthwhile pursuit, so we a ..read more
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9 Reasons to Make Chili Now and How to do it Better!
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by Daniel Hale
1w ago
Chili concocted outside of Texas is usually a weak, apologetic imitation of the real thing. —Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th President of the United States A Reason to Shovel a Path to your Grill Though National Chili Day is just a few weeks away (February 23), I can’t wait that long to whip up a batch of this soul-satisfying concoction. My justification (outside of the fact that I simply want it) is that the thermometer reads a bone-chilling -7 degrees as I write. Recently, Steven filmed the first season of Planet Barbecue in the storied city of San Antonio, Texas (formerly called San Fernando de Béx ..read more
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A Grilled Slider Recipe for Super Bowl Sunday
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by Daniel Hale
1w ago
What is your favorite thing about watching the Big Game (Super Bowl Sunday)? Is it the actual game, the commercials, or all the food? There are so many finger foods served when watching football or tailgating. The classics include chicken wings, nachos, pizza, chips and dips, smokies, and more. One often forgotten classic is sliders. There are so many creative options when making sliders. Sliders can be made with pulled pork, brisket, bacon, lobster, or ground meats like beef, chicken, or turkey.
 So how did the slider get its name?   One source cites U.S. Navy sailors during World W ..read more
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Our Favorite Grilled Finger Foods for Super Bowl
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by Daniel Hale
2w ago
Call them appetizers, hors d’oeuvres, or canapes, but finger foods are the order of the day on Super Bowl Sunday, coming up on February 12 this year. The objective is to serve a variety of foods that don’t require utensils and that can literally be eaten with the fingers of one hand. The opposite hand is free to hold a beer or another adult beverage. Nearly every culture has them, from Argentina’s empanadas to Italian bruschetta to Mexican queso fundido. Finger foods got a big popularity boost in the United States in 1920 after Prohibition was imposed: illegal speakeasies began serving small s ..read more
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A New Steak for a New Year
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by Daniel Hale
2w ago
Few words gladden a carnivore’s heart more than this one: steak. Rib-eye, filet mignon, Porterhouse, even the once-humble skirt steak—are rich and celebratory meats, and at today’s prices, a bit of a splurge. And while we love steaks seasoned simply with coarse salt and pepper and expertly charred over live fire, we were intrigued by a preparation for Persian steak described to us by a friend of Steven’s, Californian Marco Brambillo. Called “barg kebab,” or “leaf kebab” (barg is the Farsi term for leaf), it is beefsteak marinated in a mixture of onion or onion juice, saffron-infused water, sal ..read more
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Healthier ‘Que for a Healthier You – Healthy Barbecue Recipes
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by Daniel Hale
3w ago
According to a recent survey by ARRIS Composites, the average American hopes to lose 29 pounds in 2023 by adjusting their eating habits and exercising more. Are you one of them? Surprisingly, your grill or smoker can be one of your biggest allies in eating healthier. Yes, we’re well aware that the stereotypical barbecuer leans toward the rotund and shops in the XXL racks in clothing stores. A devil-may-care diet of fatty brisket, ribs, and gargantuan chops and steaks will send your cardiologist into paroxysms of fear and loathing. But replace those meats with leaner options, serve them with si ..read more
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8 Recipes to Grill in January
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by Daniel Hale
1M ago
Happy New Year from Steven and all of us at Barbecuebible.com! If you’re like most of us, you’re trying to back away from the rich (and pricy!) foods that marked lavish celebrations of the holiday season. The below recipes veer in a lighter, more economical direction. And yet, several, like shrimp with deconstructed pesto sauce, are fancy enough for entertaining. Enjoy! 8 Recipes to Grill in January 1. Claire’s Cranberry Walnut Bread One of the principal characters in Steven’s first novel, The Hermit of Chappaquiddick,” Claire uses cranberries and nuts harvested on the island to bake her delec ..read more
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