The Barbecue Bible

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The Barbecue Bible
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Cover of first (1998) edition
AuthorSteven Raichlen
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
SubjectCulinary Arts
Genrenon-fiction
PublisherWorkman Publishing
Publication date
1998 (1ed), 2008 (2ed)
Media typebook
Pages572
ISBN1-56305-866-9
OCLC38879312
Followed byThe Barbecue Bible: Sauces, Rubs and Marinades 

The Barbecue Bible by Steven Raichlen (1998, Workman), is the flagship title in a series of cookbooks written on grilling, barbecue, and other forms of outdoor cooking. Rather than focusing specifically on one style of barbecue, Raichlen documented four years worth of travels along what he considered the great "barbecue belts" in the world, which he categorized as North America/Caribbean, South America, Central Asia/Middle East, Mediterranean Europe, the western regions of Africa from Morocco to South Africa, and the eastern Pacific Rim from Korea to Indonesia. In addition to grill recipes for both meat and vegetables, the book includes substantial information on side dishes, drinks, and desserts, as well as numerous sidebars detailing Raichlen's experiences while researching the book.

The second edition of the flagship book was released in May 2008, and incorporated substantial amounts of color photography in a style similar to the earlier How To Grill book.

The books do not tie in directly to Raichlen's television show Barbecue U, although they do share the same subject matter.

Other books in series[edit]

In addition to the first book in 1998, the Barbecue Bible series includes several more in-depth single or narrow-subject books:

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