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The History of Barbeque (infographic)

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№1 Author: Jimmy Johnson (4 Jun 2013 02:23) Total user comments: 5518


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There is a difference between grilling and barbecue.

Grilling is short cooking time with medium to high direct heat. Barbecue is long cooking time, generally using indirect heat, lower temperatures and smoke from hard woods.

Grilling chars for flavor. Barbecue creates crust for flavor.
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№2 Author: capt.huffnpuff (4 Jun 2013 08:14) Total user comments: 2801


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"Barbecue", "smoking" and "grilling" - just fancy names for what people have been doing since the discovery of fire and the advantages of cooked me. Its done in every culture, primitive or advanced, using essentially the same techniques worldwide. Not only pork, but "long pork" was a favorite in many cultures.
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№3 Author: NIA666 (4 Jun 2013 13:12) Total user comments: 0


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capt.huffnpuff,
Long pork - good one. Tastes like chicken.

Anyway, this post was soooo informative [yawn]
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№4 Author: dlstephens21 (4 Jun 2013 16:30) Total user comments: 63


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Texas and KC is just glorified grilling, ANYONE CAN DUPLICATE THEM....NC FOR LIFE!
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№5 Author: alexacrow (4 Jun 2013 18:54) Total user comments: 1164


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In Mexico we make barbecues almost every weekend, just because!

A good barbecued steak with a beer is just priceless.
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№6 Author: Lu (4 Jun 2013 20:40) Total user comments: 15100


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Here in South Africa we call it 'Braai'. (pronounced Bri) Sometimes highly specialized.
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№7 Author: TheIronSea (4 Jun 2013 21:51) Total user comments: 1015


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alexacrow,
Deberas carnal? yq con que cerveza? Corona? :03:
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№8 Author: alexacrow (4 Jun 2013 23:19) Total user comments: 1164


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@TheIronSea
No soy carnal, soy carnala jajajaja

Cerveza Victoria, of course!!
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№9 Author: Fatamorgana (5 Jun 2013 01:05) Total user comments: 40


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The Mongoloid people even before they conquered America, they call it "cooking the food"
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№10 Author: Minotopo (6 Jun 2013 21:24) Total user comments: 109


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After you try a good "asado" in Argentina, you won't go back. With a great Cabernet Sauvignon
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