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Rick Browne’s HOLY GRAIL of Barbecue

Sara Bergthold Rubs, Sauces, and Marinades Leave a Comment

By Rick Browne, Ph.B. “It’s the sauce, man, it’s the sauce!” Recipes: Dracula’s Blood Orange Sauce Key West Citrus Sauce Beer Butte Ranch Sauce Horsey Sauce With a Bite Catfish BBQ Sauce (Marinade) Ah, the essence of barbecue. The glorious thickened liquid (sometimes not-so-thickened) that we gleefully baste, mop and slop with. The delicious mixture we dip, dab and dribble …

Rick Browne, Ph.B.

Rick Browne’s Plankin’ It

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Barbecuing on a Wooden Board By Rick Browne, Ph.B. Grillin’ University Professor at Large            Recipes Prawns in Orange-Ginger Sauce Louisiana Blues Grilled Lobster BBQ Baked Feta Prawns La Barraca Mussels Grilled Swordfish Steaks Okay, so you want to impress your next barbecue party?  Wanna watch their mouths drop open and stay there when you serve up …

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The Barbecue Shell Game

Sara Bergthold Seafood Leave a Comment

  By Rick Browne, Ph.B. Grillin’ University Professor at Large   Recipes Prawns in Orange-Ginger Sauce Louisiana Blues Grilled Lobster BBQ Baked Feta Prawns La Barraca Mussels Grilled Swordfish Steaks In the world of backyard barbecue cookery, there are lots of things people love to cook: steaks, ribs, pork shoulders, hot dogs, hamburgers, leg of lamb, and on and on. …

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Expedition to Belize: A Travel Retrospective, 1988

Dave DeWitt Mexico and Central America, Seafood Leave a Comment

By Dave DeWitt and Nancy Gerlach      Recipes: Habanero Hot Sauce Ceviche with Habaneros Coconut-Chile Rice Grilled Snapper Fillets with Red Chile Butter Spicy Salbutes It’s tough work traveling to paradise to study chile peppers and taste exotic hot sauces, but somebody has to do it. Over the last Christmas holiday, the over-worked editorial staff journeyed to Belize (formerly British …

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Dog Days of Summer

Dave DeWitt Grilling 101, Grilling 101 Leave a Comment

By Mike Stines, Ph.B. Frankfurters, franks, weenies, wieners, dogs, red hots, hot dogs, tube steaks, or less-politely, rat sticks—whatever you call them—are traditional fare across the country for summer cookouts and at ballparks. According to the latest statistics from the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, more than 21.2 million hot dogs were sold in Los Angeles last year (more …