Explore "the soul of barbecue"—smoke!

Master griller Steven Raichlen explores the global appeal of smoked food in Project Smoke. Try Raichlen's recipes for reverse-seared strip steak, smoked shrimp cocktail and smoked nachos

PHOTO: Matthew Benson; Cherry-Smoked Strip Steak from Project Smoke by Steven Raichlen.
Laura Brehaut, Postmedia News
Originally published on June 14, 2016; National Post
The appeal of smoked food is universal and elemental. It spans the globe, from barbecued pork in the American South and smoked fish in Scandinavia to Sichuan tea-smoked duck in China and jerk chicken in Jamaica.
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