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Tailgating can be as simple or as fancy as you want it to be. Here's your ultimate guide to the gear, the recipes, and the planning tips that will make your next party in the parking lot the best ever. read more
Cooking on a hot griddle, flattop, or plancha is a great way to get an all-over flavorful sear. And it is fun! read more
Here's all our new content! Fans of AmazingRibs.com return again and again to bone up on key barbecue techniques or revisit recipes. There's so much stuff on the site that sometimes it's hard to see what new recipes, techniques and tips are here. So we made it easy. We put all the new content here in one simple list. read more
Here's why and how you should fry foods on your gas grill. Outside on a gas grill, you don't have to worry about the smell, the smoke alarm, or oil spattering on the stove and counters. And you never have undercooked chicken. read more
Fried chicken is easy to do on the grill with no mess, no smell, and no smoke alarms. Plus, the grill grate serves as a rack for drip drying the fried chicken. Try it! read more
Nashville Hot Chicken is fried chicken for people who like it spicy. Here is an improvement on the traditional recipe. read more
Tempura batter is light, lacy, and ultra crispy. It is ideal for deep frying vegetables and seafood. In this recipe, the bubbles from beer or club soda help achieve the right texture. read more
Renowned Philadelphia chef Marc Vetri shares his recipe for Naples style pizza dough from his book, Mastering Pizza. It's the perfect dough for making grilled Neapolitan pizza in a kamado. read more
The best pizza sauce is also the easiest. Tomatoes, olive oil, basil and salt. What more do you need? You can blend up this sauce right in a tall 1-quart container. Then use it make the pizza of your dreams. Or refrigerate it for a few days. read more
If you’ve been frustrated by unsuccessful grilled chicken, this recipe for citrus herb rubbed spatchcocked chicken will be a revelation. By removing the backbone and grilling it bone-side down, the chicken slow roasts without drying out or burning while also making sure the dark and white meat cook evenly. read more
A grill makes a crisp pizza, and kamado style grills offer distinct advantages. Here's how to make sausage pizza on a Big Green Egg or other kamado, including techniques and recipes for grilled pizza from renowned Italian chef, Marc Vetri. read more
Roasted fennel makes a fantastic addition to sausage pizza. Or just serve it as a side dish. Or mix it into pasta. Do whatever you like with this easy, versatile recipe. read more
Fish tacos may be the best recipe ever to come from Mexico and this method produces superb results. read more

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