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Forthcoming: The Rotisserie Grilling Cookbook
While you can grill a burger or steak without a cookbook, rotisserie grilling is tricky. With everyday grilling, most people cook things with roughly even thickness and they can tell when the meats are done just by looking at them. Try something bigger, like a leg of lamb, a whole turkey, or a full pork shoulder, and they have a problem–most grills will completely char the outside long before the inside is cooked to a safe temperature. The solution, of course, is a rotisserie. The Rotisserie Grilling Cookbook shows how to set up, maintain, use and troubleshoot a rotisserie spit. It includes 105 recipes will expand your outdoor cooking repertoire, including a dry-brined Thanksgiving turkey, a whole country ham for other holidays, a whole chicken, duck, game hens, and big cuts like a beef ribeye roast or a leg of lamb. Beyond the meat recipes that are the core of the book, it includes rubs, glazes, and mops that are specifically crafted for long, slow cooking over a rotisserie, and even some ideas, like a spit-roasted whole pineapple, from beyond the world of poultry and meats.
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Kebabs: 75 Recipes for Grilling
Everyone loves grilling up kebabs, but it’s easy to fall into the mushroom, pepper, chicken/beef rut. In Kebabs, Derrick Riches and Sabrina Baksh take this quick and easy grilling method for a brand new spin. They traveled the backroads of the Barbecue Belt and studied street-food stalls where skewered, grilled foods are most famous, like Greece, Turkey and the Middle East, India, and even Japan (Yakitori) and France (Brochettes).

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The Spruce
The Spruce is the third largest Home and Garden website in the world. It has risen from the ashes of the once popular and powerful About.com. As the Barbecue & Grilling contributor to The Spruce, my content is read by more than a million people monthly and aids in more than $10,000,000 in product sales annually.

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Consumers Digest April 2017
For 2017, this periodically occurring article focused on new innovations in Barbecue & Grilling, particularly as it relates to the use of computer controlled temperature monitoring systems as well as grills and smokers that integrate with WiFi, Bluetooth, and remote apps. There is also a discussion on the growth and proliferation of Kamado Style Grills as well as Pellet Grills. As is customary with this article, there is a large list of recommended products from Gas Grills to Charcoal Smokers.
About.com
Founded in 1997 as a human powered alternative to Yahoo, About.com grew into one of the largest content sites on the internet. As the sole author of all Barbecue & Grilling related content, this section of About.com grew to over 5,000 individual documents and a word count that amounted to the equivalent of more than 8 volumes of product reviews, recipes, and how-to articles. Ultimately, the Barbecue & Grilling section of About.com generated more than 80,000,000 annual pageviews and was read by a global audience in the tens of millions. Since the internet is an ever evolving platform, About.com began a process of verticalization in 2016 and ultimately ended as a single site in May of 2017.
Forward to Flavorize
It is always an honor to be asked to write the forward to someone’s new book. This is a particular honor when that person is Ray ‘Dr. BBQ’ Lampe, a legend in outdoor cooking. Ray has been a great friend to me over the years and always opened his tent to me at any of the competitions or events that I have attended.

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Consumers Digest April 2014
This periodically published feature of Consumers Digest focused on new innovations including computer controlled digital systems as well as a growth in electric smokers. As is typically with this article, it also included a wide list of product recommendations for all manner of outdoor cooking equipment.
Building Barbecues & Outdoor Kitchens
Contributing Author: Advice and techniques to create the perfect outdoor cooking center for your home and lifestyle-from a simple grill to an elaborate outdoor kitchen. The meat of the book is fifteen complete barbecue building plans, including simple surrounds for portable grills, smokers, and even fire pits. Whether planning to build-your-own or hire a professional, Building Barbecues has the recipe for a successful project.
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