Barbecue Sauces Rubs and Marinades

Last Updated May 26, 2017
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barbecue sauces, rubs, and marinades cookbook

Over 200 righteous recipes -- bastes, butters, and glazes too!

Steven Raichlen knows his barbecue. He has won multiple James Beard an IACP awards for his cookbooks, hosts several PBS television shows, is the founder of Barbecue University at the Broadmoor resort in Colorado Springs, and is the barbecue curator for the Southern Museum of Food and Beverage in New Orleans.

His latest cookbook takes a deep dive into what makes BBQ worth it -- the rubs, marinades, bastes, sauces, brines, cures, butters, glazes, salsas, relishes, and chutneys that give life to anything you put on your grill. The three recipes here are only a tiny preview of the incredible flavor inspiration you'll find in this book. Enjoy!

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Finadene: a Vinegar-Soy Barbecue Sauce from Guam

Finadene - asian bbq sauce
Finadene is the traditional sauce served with Chamorro (Guamanian) barbecued chicken and pork. It also goes well with grilled lobster, prawns, and fish.

The Only Marinade You'll Ever Need

the only marinade you will ever need
"This marinade goes great with everything, and I mean everything: poultry, seafood, beef, veal, pork, lamb, and vegetables."

Tamarind Banana Barbecue Sauce

tamarind banana bbq sauce
"Barbecue originated in the Caribbean; barbacoa was the Arawak Indian word for a grill. And tamarind and bananas are traditional flavorings of the West Indies."
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