On the Menu: September 5 through September 11

Guests mingle before dinner at the Beard House. Here’s what’s happening at the Beard House next week: Friday, September 10, 12:00 P.M. Harvest Lunch The former executive chef of the Harrison and Citarella, Brian Bistrong has an impressive New York pedigree as well as a strong sensibility for what the city’s discerning diners want to eat. His menu at Braeburn transcends the traditional confines of comfort food, delivering dishes as sophisticated as they are crave-worthy. Saturday, September 11, 7:00 P.M. Sizzling Summer Barbecue True barbecue enthusiasts know that the country’s best offerings can be found at cutthroat ’cue competitions. Now you can also find them at the Beard House, where the championship-winning IQUE BBQ Cooking Team—a

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Test Your Eat-Q: Barbecue

barbecue As summer’s final stretch approaches, we know we’ll be seeking out some seriously slow-and-low eats. And while we’re on the subject, do you know the answer to this barbecue question? Bones from this animal were found during an archaeological dig in the Czech Republic, uncovering “the world’s oldest barbecue”:
A. Brontosaurus B. Buffalo C. Woolly mammoth D. Hammerhead shark
We’ve got a whole slew of trivia, so click here to see if you really have a clue about ‘cue.

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Eye Candy: Get Your Beef On

springtime barbecue trio At his mid-spring ode to barbecue, Tim Byres of Dallas's Smoke Restaurant served this Texas beef trio. It included coffee-cured brisket, a smoked paprika hot link, and short ribs, served with Dallas Farmers’ Market creamer peas and hominy casserole. Salivate over more photos here.

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Recipes: Our Memorial Day Weekend Menu

Stock your cooler and get the grill hot: Memorial Day weekend is almost here! Whether you’re planning one of your legendary backyard parties or enjoying a simple meal on the porch, consider serving one or more of our favorite summertime recipes: Alexandre Dumas Potato Salad Lighten up the classic potato salad with James Beard's preferred version, which is moistened with olive oil and white wine instead of mayonnaise. Chile–Lime Skirt Steak Martha Hall Foose gets maximum tenderness and flavor out of skirt steak by applying a tangy marinade. Smoked

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Recipe: Barbecue Cabrito Spice Rub

Memorial Day falls late in the month this year, but that doesn't mean you can't start plotting your grilling-season kickoff. This fast but flavor-packed spice rub from Tim Byres of Smoke Restaurant in Dallas will guarantee some delicious grilled or barbecued grub. The chef recommends spreading it on lamb cuts, but feel free to experiment with other proteins, too.

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