Amarillo, Texas, May 27, 2016 (Newswire.com) - This Memorial Day weekend, service men and women in the U.S. will be honored for their service and those who served will be remembered. Many of these celebrations will occur in backyards and over hot, smoky barbecue grills and cold, refreshing beverages.
If you're planning on throwing anything on the grill this weekend you must watch this exclusive interview with multi-award-winning author, journalist, cooking teacher, and TV host, Steven Raichlen!
Raichlen shares secrets of the grill with our Motormouth Podcast recently. Raichlen is the man who reinvented barbecue. His best-selling Barbecue! Bible cookbook series (5 million copies in print) and Primal Grill™ and Barbecue University™ TV shows on PBS have helped people all over the world ascend the ladder of grilling enlightenment."I'm visiting Amarillo to have some fun and help my friends at Panhandle PBS raise awareness of all their great programing."
"I'm visiting Amarillo to have some fun and help my friends at Panhandle PBS raise awareness of all their great programing," says Raichlen.
Raichlen’s obsession with live fire cooking began with The Barbecue Bible (Workman, 1998), an IACP/Julia Child Award-winning encyclopedic study of global grilling chronicling his 4-year, 200,000-mile odyssey in pursuit of the world’s most remarkable grilling. How to Grill (Workman, 2000) was the world’s first step-by-step guide to live fire cooking, with more than 1000 color photographs, hailed by the New York Times as “astute, approachable, and eminently appealing.” How to Grill won an IACP Award and has more than 1.8 million copies in print.
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Source: Street Auto Group