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    Extreme Steak: Wild And Crazy Ways To Get A Killer Sear

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    Here are four offbeat methods for cooking steaks that work amazingly well: The Afterburner Method where you cook on a hot charcoal chimney, the Vigneron Method where you cook with twigs, the Caveman Method where you cook right on hot coals, and the Stripsteak Method where you sous vide in butter then sear on a grill.

    The Best Beef Prime Rib And How To Cook It Sous Vide Que

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    Beef prime rib is a popular holiday roast. Here's how to prep a whole beef prime rib from the butcher so it cooks properly. I also share a super simple way to sous vide the roast ahead of time, then finish it on the grill so the holiday meal is ready right when you want it to be!

    Barbecue Sauce History

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    How was barbecue sauce invented? By whom? When? Learn the fascinating history of how BBQ sauce evolved from Chinese sweet and sour sauce. You'll find out about the first written mentions of barbecue sauce (in the 1800s), the first written recipes, and the evolution of today's best loved commercial bottled BBQ sauces.

    Basic Meat Science For Cooks

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    What is meat and how does cooking alter it? Discover the science of what meat is made of, including water, fat, protein, connective tissue, salt, and other minerals. And find out what happens when meat meets heat.

    Smoked Texas-Style BBQ Beef Ribs Recipe

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    Create delicious smoked Texas-style BBQ beef ribs at home with this tested smoked beef rib recipe. Whether it is meaty beef short ribs or the more flavorful beef back ribs, the key to successfully replicating this Texas BBQ classic is cooking them low and slow over live fire with just the perfect touch of smoke.

    How to Set Up a Charcoal Grill for Smoking or Grilling

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    Get the most out of your charcoal grill by setting up 2 heat zones, direct and indirect. This set up allows you to add wood chunks to the coals for smoke, to cook low and slow barbecued ribs and pork shoulder, and to better control your temperature. It also helps prevent flareups and burnt food!

    ProFire Grill Model PFDLXSM48RS

    ProFire's PFDLXSM48RS high end, stainless steel gas grill is big and powerful with six 11,000 BTU main burners. There's a lot to like, but it could use a few improvements. We tested this luxury grill and gave it our AmazingRibs.com Best Value Silver Medal. Click here to find out why.

    Cuisinart 3-in-1 Stainless 5 Burner Gas Grill Review

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    Cuisinart's 3-in-1 Stainless 5 Burner Gas Grill is a pretty nice package deal for a pretty low price. It's called 3-in-1 because it's a gas grill that comes with a smoke tube and a cast iron griddle. Despite a few quibbles, we feel 3-in-1 is a good choice in this price range, earning our Best Value Gold Medal.

    Green Mountain Grills Wood Fired Pizza Attachment Review

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    Want to get more from your pellet smoker? How about wood-fired pizza? The Green Mountain Grills Wood Fired Pizza Attachment expands the capabilities of your pellet cooker far beyond low and slow smoking. Read our review to see just how hot this inexpensive attachment gets and to see the gorgeous pizzas we baked on it.

    This Brat Tub Beer Bath Will Elevate Your Sausage Grilling Game

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    Bratwurst are the signature food of Wisconsin and here's the recipe for creating perfect Touchdown Tailgate Brats simmered in beer and then grilled. The beauty of this recipe is that you can make the sauce at home, chill everything, and then finish the brats at the game during your next tailgating adventure.

    How We Test Grills And Smokers

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    Max Good is the AmazingRibs.com Director of Equipment Reviews and Keeper of the Flame. He is the only person in the world who tests and reviews grills and smoker full time. Click now to discover how he evaluates the hundreds of gas and charcoal grills and smokers crowding the aisles at stores coast to coast.

    The Science Of Rubs

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    Herb & spice rubs and blends are a great way to bring major flavor to food. But there is a science and art to making and using them.

    Cooking And Barbecue Glossary

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    Here is an A to Z glossary of barbecue and cooking terms. Some might call it "jargon," which is the specialized language that people of like mind use to communicate. Either way, get to know these terms, use them, and you'll be on your way to becoming a barbecue insider.

    Awesome Simple Pulled Pork BBQ Recipe, Especially For the Beginner

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    This easy pulled pork recipe skips the slow cooker to create authentic low and slow smoked pulled pork on a smoker or grill. With smoke woven through the moist meat, bits of seasoned crust, and a gentle splash of BBQ sauce, BBQ pulled pork is a foolproof low and slow smoked food, perfect for feeding large crowds.

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