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Steven Raichlen (right) with David Olson from Live Fire Republic.
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Steven Raichlen (right) with David Olson from Live Fire Republic.

Encore Saturday, Oct. 8, 2022 at 1 p.m. on KPBS TV / On demand now with PBS Video App

Wagyu, "Japanese cow" literally, was once an obscure cattle breed from Japan. Today, it's on restaurant menus and in butcher shops around the world. Get ready for a sumptuous Japanese A5 Rib-Eye with sesame salt and grilled rice cakes, followed by wagyu steak tomahawks with fire-roasted marrow. Then feast your eyes on wagyu smash burgers with parmesan crisps.

Steven's guest is David Olson from Live Fire Republic.


Recipes will become available at broadcast:

Episode 405: Wagyu Demystified

About Season 4:

This season is jam-packed with new content, attractions, and recipes. For starters, Steven is working in a new location – the series’ first-ever urban setting – the mecca of Midwestern barbecue: St. Louis, Missouri. Featuring 13 half-hour episodes, this season is sure to inspire viewers to take their grilling game to the next level.

Preview: Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire Season 4

Watch On Your Schedule:

Episodes will be available on demand at the time of broadcast on PBS, the PBS Video App the PROJECT FIRE website.


Watch episodes from Seasons 1-4 on demand now.