Results for: Barbecue

In Barbecue

What is barbecue?

Barbecue, a method of cooking meat over outdoor, open pits of coals, comes from the Spanish word "barbacoa." It specifically refers "to slow smoking of tough cuts over low, (MORE)
In Grilling

Can you barbecue with ironwood?

Yes, but be advised that every type of wood used in cooking, for fuel, adds its own unique flavor.
In Recipes

What is in barbecue sauce?

Most people have their own mixtures for their sauce. Here are some of the items often used in making a sauce. Green bell pepper (seeded and chopped), olive oil, onion (chopped (MORE)
In Inventions

Who was the inventor of barbecue?

The Inventor of BBQ. The inventor of BBQ was a man named Doug D. Fisher. Born in Northglen Wyoming in 1937. One day Doug Fisher was mixing spices well cooking a slab of ribs (MORE)
In Inventions

Who is the inventor of barbecue?

A cave man named Bubba Oog. He was from Southern Mesopotamia. Helearned that Brontosaurus ribs slow cooked over a smoldering fruitor nut tree was the real meaning of life vs. (MORE)
In Grilling

Which is correct barbecue or barbecue?

Barbecue is probably most widely used but barbeque is OK too along with BBQ and bar-b-q and bar-b-que. I do a lot of keyword research since I sell a BBQ book.. Bill. Barbecu (MORE)
In Grilling

How do you barbecue?

First, I would like to define "barbecue" as slow smoking with indirect heat usually at a lower temperature. Grilling is cooking over direct heat at a much higher temperature. (MORE)
In Barbecue

What is the difference between barbecue and barbecue?

The spelling barbeque with - que at the end comes from combining the standard spelling barbecue with the abbreviation Bar-B-Q, and from spelling as you speak. Though listed as (MORE)
In English Spelling and Pronunciation

How do you spell barbecuing?

That's fine just the way you have it. Please see the related link for further input:
In History and Origins of Foods

Why they call a barbecue a barbecue?

barabicu found in the language of both the Timecua of Florida and the Tiano people of theCaribbean, which then entered European languages in the form barbacoa .The word desc (MORE)