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By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Joe Carroll makes stellar barbecue and grilled meats at Brooklyn’s Fette Sau and St. Anselm. In the book Feeding the Fire, he shares his smartest tips plus recipes for classic cuts, unusual cuts like salmon collar and beef cheeks, and amazing sauces and marinades. The espresso 
rub below is the only one he uses—it’s that good.

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Make This Now

No barbecue is complete without a killer sauce. Skip the store-bought stuff and wow your guests with something homemade. Here, five DIY flavorful and smokey barbecue sauces to try.

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Trendspotting

Here, five essential barbecue ingredients from Grill Nation, the new book by grill expert and Travel Channel host David Guas.

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Trendspotting

Texas barbecue is now sweeping France. Here’s how Thomas Abramowicz’s new Paris spot, The Beast, stacks up against Austin’s Franklin Barbecue.

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Chefsteps

Short ribs are among the most flavorful cuts of beef, and can be remarkably tender, juicy, and flavorful when cooked properly.

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Video Spotlight

Already known for its masterful fried chicken, Thomas Keller’s Ad Hoc in Yountville, California, is now focusing on America’s other favorite comfort food: barbecue.

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Make This Now

From short ribs to juicy burgers, here are 10 delicious barbecue and grilling recipes to make this weekend.

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Expert Guide

Want to make a signature sauce? Learn the basics and then go crazy. You’re only limited by what’s in your pantry.

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F&W Book Club

When Cheryl and Bill Jamison published Smoke & Spice in 1994, they created a definitive grilling guide. Now they've updated their opus with global flavors they couldn't have imagined two decades ago.

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Summer Handbook

The Big Apple Barbecue Block Party will transform Manhattan’s Madison Square Park into a meat-and-smoke-filled urban barbecue pit tended by 16 of the best grill masters from across the nation.

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