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Trade Secrets, Recipes, and Tips from Day 1 of the Grilling Hotline

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During day 1 of our second annual Grilling Hotline, we employed five of our favorite barbecue and grilling experts to talk pork shoulder and ribs and to tackle any questions/challenges our listeners threw at them. Mike Mills, Tim Love, Chris Lilly, Kenny Callaghan, and Elizabeth Karmel, all of whom boast some pretty impressive resumes, were all up to the task. Click on any of the clips below to listen to the recipes, tips, and trade secrets they discussed today.

If you listened all day and still don't know what you're going to prepare for this weekend's barbecue, no need to worry... we've got five more hours of hotline for you. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET, Melissa Cookston, Myron Mixon, Nick Vergos, Ernie Mellor, and Rick Browne will each take an hour to answer your calls.

What type of grill should the home cook buy?

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Tim Love on the difference between grilling and barbecuing:

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Tim Love on the types of wood available for smoking:

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Tim Love on grilling vegatables:

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Chris Lilly shares the secret behind making perfect pork shoulder:

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Chris Lilly's sweet potatoes with pecan butter:

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Kenny Callaghan on the different types of charcoal:

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Should ribs be steamed first?

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Kenny Callaghan on the different types of ribs:

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Elizabeth Karmel on grilling lobster tail:

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Elizabeth Karmel on grilling London broil:

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Blue Smoke executive chef Kenny Callaghan joins Betsy in the studio.

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Comments (3)

  • The sweet potatoes with pecan butter sound amazing. Gonna have to listen to the grilling vegetables one too. Love that summer is coming.

  • I loved the "live" grilling show on Living today. Could you please post the recipe for the game marinade that the chef gave for lamb or venison?

  • I was listening while driving to Ernie Miller's recipe for Roasting Lamb. Is there anyway to get this again? It was a paste that he rubs on the lamb which sounded so amazing!!
    Thanks for your help.

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