Rick Browne

The Barbecue Shell Game

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  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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Pepper Profile: Wax Peppers

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By Gloria Troyer Fiery Foods and BBQ Central Recommendations Chile Pepper Bedding Plants… over 500 varieties from Cross Country Nurseries, shipping April to early June. Fresh pods ship September and early October. Go here Chile Pepper Seeds… from all over the world from the Chile Pepper Institute. Go here Background and History The Hungarian Wax Pepper, a pod type of …

Good Luck with That Chinese Chile…

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by Gerald Schmidt China is red. More than just in the flag, more than in its political philosophy. Traditionally, red is the color of luck. The color of the clothes people marry in. The color on many temples. The color of the banners and charms put up around New Year. No wonder, then, that the chile peppers’ role in culture …

Big Bob Gibson BBQ Book is Great!

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I received an advance reading copy of Chris Lilly’s Big Bob Gibson’s BBQ Book, and I’ve read most of it.  Chris is an acquaintance of mine, and I watched him demonstrate his technique for pulled pork at Kingsford University in Arizona a few years ago (article is here).  I expected his book to be good–after all, he is a 10-time …