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    Grill It In A Cast Iron Skillet

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    Here's everything you need to know about cooking with cast iron on your grill, in a campfire, and in your kitchen. Learn the science behind cast-iron skillets, Dutch ovens, and griddles, why they work so well, and how to season, clean, and repair vintage cast-iron pans. Try some of our favorite cast iron recipes too!

    The Definitive Guide to the Best Grill Grates

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    Which grill grate is best: stainless steel, cast iron, enamel coated, plated wire, or cast aluminum? The answer may surprise you. This definitive guide explains which grill grates are the most durable, deliver the most heat, and are the easiest to clean and maintain in your grill.

    How To Make A Cured Smoked Ham From Scratch

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    Create a smoked ham at home that will put any store-bought ham to shame thanks to this simple, yet flavor packed recipe. The key to creating a ham like the ones you normally purchase during the holidays is the curing process. Without it you won't achieve the same flavor or deep red color of a traditional holiday ham.

    Barbecue Diplomacy at LBJ's Texas White House

    President Lyndon Johnson loved barbecue and with his chef, the self-proclaimed "Barbecue King" Walter Jetton, LBJ invented barbecue diplomacy. Read the historical tales, see the photos, and get some recipes from LBJ's West Texas barbecues that featured whole animals cooked over open pits and plenty of greasy palms.

    Butter Basted Grilled Lobster Beats Boiled Lobster Claws Down!

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    Boiled lobster is good, but grilled lobster is better and here is the only recipe you need to make it happen! Undiluted by boiling water, the lobster flavor truly shines through when cooked quickly over live fire, not to mention the added smoky depth. Lobster is split in half, grilled, and basted with butter.

    Barbecue History

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    Barbecue was not invented in America. Here is the true story of where barbecue came from and how it evolved, including the evolution of BBQ cooks, cookers, restaurants, and foods. You may be surprised to learn that the history of barbecue goes further back than China and even further back than homo sapiens.

    The Invention of Barbecue

    How did barbecue originate? There are many mythical stories of neanderthals coming upon burnt animals after a forest fire. Here is a similar explanation of the ancient Chinese discovery of barbecue told in an engaging, fanciful, and humorous tale in 1822 by English essayist Charles Lamb.

    Prairie Butter: Roasted Beef Marrow Bones Recipe

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    Called "prairie butter" and "poor man's foie gras" bone marrow is a great spread, like butter, and here is a delicious tested recipe. In recent years, chefs have brought back an ancient practice, serving roasted beef marrow as an appetizer. The creamy and slightly nutty textures and flavors truly shine in this recipe.

    How Dietary Science And The Media Fail Us

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    The world is full of conflicting advice about food, nutrition, and dietary recommendations. Doctors, nutritionists, government organizations, and consumer watchdog groups can't seem to agree on a single course of action for people who want to eat healthfully. Here's how to make sense of it all.

    Advertising Opportunities

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    AmazingRibs.com is by far the largest and most popular barbecue and grilling website in the world. Advertising on AmazingRibs.com is a great way to build your brand or make direct sales.

    Magazines and Periodicals: Cook's Illustrated

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    This is a great cooking magazine. The authors have grown from a really good magazine that people in the know swore by, to a great website, to a TV show, and have recently added another magazine.

    BBQ Beef Brisket Recipe And Techniques, Smoked Texas Style

    Behold the best smoked BBQ beef brisket recipe ever! Brisket is more than a recipe, it is a concept and a goal. It all begins by selecting the right meat, trimming it, seasoning it, smoking it, slicing it, and more. Follow this easy BBQ brisket guide for mouthwatering results!

    Cast Iron Grill Grates: Don't Bother

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    Cast iron fry pans and griddles can become non-stick with use, so many people are under the misimpression that cast iron grill grates are also non-stick. They are not. Cast iron grill grates are more trouble than they are worth.

    Weber One-Touch Gold 22.5" Charcoal Grill Review

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    Weber Kettles enjoy evergreen popularity from one generation to the next. This One-Touch model features Weber's useful ash removal system. We tested these iconic grills. You can't go wrong with AmazingRibs.com Gold Medal winning Weber kettles.

    Weber One-Touch Gold 26.75" Charcoal Grill Review

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    This is one big Weber Kettle!. Weber kettles are one of the most beloved grills in America. Durable and versatile, you can cook just about anything you want on them. The large diameter of this model makes is well suited for 2-zones. You can't go wrong with AmazingRibs.com Gold Medal winning Weber kettles.

    The Science Of Chiles, Peppers, And Hot Sauces

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    Chile, chili, chilli, chilies, bell pepper, black pepper, paprika, aji, capsicum, chiles pasado, pimento, pimiento...what's the difference? Let's straighten this out. Read all about capsaicin, Scoville Heat Units, taming the heat, various hot sauces, hot pepper pastes and condiments, and how to make red pepper flakes.

    The Science of Beans

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    Beans are a cheap, easy, flexible source of protein, and there are a million things you can do with them once you understand these basic concepts.

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