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Miami Spice

Miami may be the southernmost metropolis in the United States. But often my hometown feels like living in a foreign country. English is not the predominant language here, and our food culture is firmly anchored in Latin America and the West Indies. Our Miami Spice menu begins with a Project Fire first: the grilled mojito cocktail. Next comes Florida lobster grilled with rum butter baste and mango salsa, then plate-burying island spice beef plate ribs. Our grand finale? Turkey adobo with garlicky mojo de ajo. Today on Project Fire, we're grilling WITH Miami Spice.

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  • 2019-09-20T03:30:00-07:00
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Miami Spice

Miami may be the southernmost metropolis in the United States. But often my hometown feels like living in a foreign country. English is not the predominant language here, and our food culture is firmly anchored in Latin America and the West Indies. Our Miami Spice menu begins with a Project Fire first: the grilled mojito cocktail. Next comes Florida lobster grilled with rum butter baste and mango salsa, then plate-burying island spice beef plate ribs. Our grand finale? Turkey adobo with garlicky mojo de ajo. Today on Project Fire, we're grilling WITH Miami Spice.

  • 2019-09-20T03:30:00-07:00
    KCET-HD

Raichlen Rules Steak

It's every carnivore's dream and every griller's triumph. Through the ages, it's been the ultimate symbol of luxury and largesse. It offers an irrefutable argument for simplicity. But if you crave embellishment, it's the perfect foil for all the rubs, marinades, butters, and sauces you can throw at it. It's easy to grill, but you can spend a lifetime perfecting the fine points. Steak! And now this epic meat is about to receive the Raichlen treatment in a show that looks back on HOW steak HAS EVOLVED through 3 ICONIC TV series: Primal Grill, Project Smoke, and Project Fire.

  • 2019-09-27T03:30:00-07:00
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Grilling with Wood

It's the world's most ancient grilling method, and to my mind, it remains the best. It's practiced on six continents by traditionalists and cutting-edge chefs alike. Propane offers convenience and charcoal burns hot, but the ultimate fuel for grilling is wood. Wood smoke contains more than a thousand flavor-producing compounds: It's the one fuel that delivers both heat and taste.

  • 2019-10-04T03:30:00-07:00
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