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Standard BBQ Warnings

While it SHOULD be obvious, it still bears repeating:
  • Always know what to do in case of fire and plan accordingly.
  • BBQ Smoking should ONLY be conducted in a well ventilated area to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning and well away from flammible objects or other types of fire hazard that may be nearby.
  • Only use natural hardwoods or packaged wood products sold for barbecuing.
  • Only use wood chips for smoking in a well ventelated area to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.
  • Softwoods such as pines and firs hold high levels of resin which can produce harsh-tasting soot on cooked foods.
  • Processed woods should NEVER be used due to harsh and possible toxic chemicals.
  • If your lookin, you ain't cookin!

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BBQ Common Term Definitions

bar-be-cue [bahr-bi-kyoo] -- noun, verb, bar-be-cued, bar-be-cu-ing

    noun
  • pieces of beef, fowl, fish, or the like, roasted over an open hearth, especially when basted in a barbecue sauce.
  • a framework, as a grill or a spit, or a fireplace for cooking meat or vegetables over an open fire.
  • a dressed steer, lamb, or other animal, roasted whole.
  • a meal, usually in the open air and often as a political or social gathering, at which meats are roasted over an open hearth or pit.
    verb (used with object)
  • to broil or roast whole or in large pieces over an open fire, on a spit or grill, often seasoning with vinegar, spices, salt, and pepper.
  • to cook (sliced or diced meat or fish) in a highly seasoned sauce.

pitmaster -- noun, (plural pitmasters)

    noun
  • One who operates a barbecue pit. Sometimes a term of respect for someone who is skilled at barbecuing.
  • anagrams
  • trampiest (I found this too funny NOT to include)
      adjective
    • superlative form of trampy: most trampy.
    • Like a tramp.

    BBQ versus Grilling

      Barbecue
    • Long, Low, and Slow.
    • Wood used to produce smoke.
    • Food soaks up smoke and rub flavors.
    • Food is typically very tender and moist (unless your making jerky).
    • Meats: ribs, pork shoulders, briskets, poultry, seafood, etc.
    • Vegetables: onions, squash, peppers, etc.
    • Visit the Barbecue Party Guide for BBQ recipies and more.
      Grilling
    • Far more common than smoking amongst the general public.
    • Hot and fast on a grill.
    • Examples: Burgers, chicken and seafood.
    • Vegetables and fruit can also be grilled
    • Visit the Ultimate Grilling Guide for more grilling recipies and more.
      Barbecue versus Cookout
    • BBQ is usually defined by geographic regions.
    • BBQ may not mean the same style cookout to others as it does to you when you are having a cookout or attending one.
    • BBQ can mean cookout-hot dogs and burgers with sides of chips, coleslaw and others.
    • BBQ usually means juicy ribs, pulled pork sandwiches with sides of coleslaw, pickles, corn and others.
    • Cookout typically means what BBQ is for you and your family, friends and region.
    • Cookout tip: give some details of cooking style and food when sending invitations or ask when sending RSVPs to set expectations accordingly.

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