Love the BBQU shows more than his more recent. But, I do like how he takes BBQ from other cultures and incorporates it into his recipes. He makes me think outside the box. I am trying to remember if his was the first true BBQ and grilling show on a major TV station. If so, he was the one that started this explosion of grilling and smoking that we see today.I enjoy his shows. I've watched since his BBQ University specials (before the series) on PBS years ago, and have definitely learned from them. He's not the most comfortable in front of the camera. His dialog delivery can be a little stilted. Still a good watch. I know the sponsors provide all the grills and smokers, but it just seems weird to me that for every show whatever he's cooking on looks brand new. C'mon use it at least a few times before you swap it out.
Rich, I think I posted this somewhere here before, but in case you missed it...lolMy copy of the Barbecue Bible is dog-eared from so much use over the years..
'98Rich, I think I posted this somewhere here before, but in case you missed it...lol
Back in 2008, I entered a contest and won an AUTOGRAPHED copy of the NEW FULL-COLOR EDITION of "THE BARBECUE BIBLE". They sent me an advance copy of about 150 pages in a clear plastic cover. Wish the full cookbook came like that. lol Which edition do you have.?
Hi Anne, I swear that this is just a coincidence. I have been working lately on my Salad binder. While updating the "slaw" section, I came across this recipe in its original form. I had cut it out of our local paper back in Aug. 1997 (The Miami Herald). It is a recipe for "Florida Slaw" from Steven Raichlen's book "Miami Spice". Sorry to say, never made it, (yet lol).Yep
I also enjoy Planet BBQ and the barbecue bible and "miami spice"