Barbecue is an apparatus or method for cooking meat with the use of heat and hot smoke of a fire, hot coals of charcoal, or smoking wood, electricity or even cooking gas. It has many regional variations in several parts of the world.

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What language the word barbecue come from?

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It comes from the old days

How long does homemade barbecue sauce last?

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Homemade barbecue sauce can last up to two months when stored in the refrigerator. It is important to keep the sauce in an airtight container to maximize its shelf life. Here are some tips to help you make sure your barbecue sauce lasts as long as possible:

  • Check the expiration date of any ingredients used in the sauce.
  • Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
  • Label the container with the date the sauce was made.
  • Discard the sauce if it has been left at room temperature for more than two hours.

By following these steps you can ensure your homemade barbecue sauce will last up to two months in the refrigerator.

What causes throat muscle spasms?

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My LARYNGOSPASM Cure on my web site

About 3 years ago I had suffered 3 Laryngospasms within 18 months,

the last 2 within 6 weeks of each other, (when I was referred to a specialist.)

The specialist said my Laryngospasms could be caused by my goitre and the

only advice given was to try to breath in slowly during attacks.

After this I soon found on the internet that Calcium deficiency can case muscle spasms

so I asked my Doctor to check my Calcium level. It was OK.

But as a precaution I started to take Calcium anyway....taking just 1/2 of RDA.

Very fortunately for me, the supplement bought from a health shop, in addition to Vit D,

contained Magnesium, Copper, Boron and Zinc too.

I had no further attacks for nearly 3 years........

But after about 2 1/2 years I began to purchase most of my supplement in supermarkets.

This only contained Calcium and Vit D.

Approx. 4 months after using mostly the supermarket supplement I had 3 very slight

short attacks within about a 4 week period. Foolishly, I ignored them.

5 days after that third attack I had a full Laryngospasm on 15/1/09.

Immediately I returned to taking my original supplement containing Magnesium etc.

I have not suffered any further Laryngospasms.

Magnesium is a muscle relaxant and has been used to prevent

Laryngospams in children during operations on the throat.

(reference on my site and also to an American Laryngospasm specialist and video.)

The RDA for Magnesium for a man over 35 is 420 mg.

The foods containing the most Magnesium are not those eaten every day,

or at all by many !

So for me, to absorb 420mg per day could be quite a task, especially as I drink a great

deal of tea as the sole Calcium in milk can deplete the body's Magnesium.

I now believe that my voice box muscles are relaxed just by simply taking 1/2 RDA of

Magnesium. Magnesium deficiency can cause muscle spasms and cramp and

although I may not be deficient, that little extra is relaxing my vocal chords and so

prevents attacks. The copper, boron or zinc too my assist in this.

Of course, this may not work for others and the taking this supplement which

appears to cure my Laryngospasms could be the placebo effect. But I think not.


How many Weight Watchers points in BBQ pork ribs?

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How much is baby back ribs on weight watcher points plus progaram

How many calories in barbecue wings?

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Barbecue wings are a popular appetizer and party food, and many people enjoy them as a delicious snack or meal. If you are watching your calorie intake, you may be wondering how many calories are in barbecue wings.

The number of calories in barbecue wings can vary depending on a variety of factors, including the size of the wings, the type of sauce used, and whether the wings are baked or fried. However, as a general rule of thumb, a single barbecue wing that is fried can contain anywhere from 80 to 120 calories, depending on its size.

If you are trying to keep your calorie intake low, there are a few things you can do to make your barbecue wings a little healthier. One option is to bake your wings instead of frying them. Baking wings can help reduce the amount of fat and calories in each wing, while still allowing you to enjoy their delicious flavor.

Another option is to use a low-calorie or sugar-free barbecue sauce to coat your wings. Many store-bought barbecue sauces are high in sugar and calories, but there are also many low-calorie and sugar-free options available that can help you keep your calorie intake under control.

Finally, you can also consider serving your barbecue wings with a side of vegetables or a salad. This can help you feel fuller and m_ore satisfied, while also adding some extra nutrients to your meal._

Overall, while barbecue wings can be a tasty treat, they can also be high in calories. By making a few simple changes to the way you prepare and serve your wings, you can enjoy them as a part of a balanced and healthy diet.

Can a barbecue stick can cause a tetano?

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A barbecue stick or any other sharp object can potentially cause tetanus if it is contaminated with the bacteria that cause the disease, known as Clostridium tetani. Tetanus is a serious bacterial infection that affects the nervous system, and can be life-threatening if left untreated.

The bacteria that cause tetanus are found in soil, dust, and animal feces, among other places. When a sharp object, such as a barbecue stick, pierces the skin, it can introduce the bacteria into the body, where they can multiply and produce a toxin that affects the nervous system.

To prevent tetanus, it is important to keep any wounds or punctures clean and to seek medical attention if you are unsure whether your tetanus immunization is up-to-date. A tetanus vaccine is routinely given to children as part of their immunization schedule, and adults may need to receive booster shots periodically to maintain immunity.

In summary, while a barbecue stick or any other sharp object can potentially cause tetanus if it is contaminated with the bacteria that cause the disease, the risk can be minimized by taking appropriate precautions and seeking medical attention if necessary.

Why doesn't my food have a barbecue taste using my new gas barbecue?

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Because a gas barbecue while being convenient and impressive just does not have the same heat source and as a result smoke that gives barbecues their unique flavor. Some of the flavor in the things cooked on a barb comes from the smoke of the wood being burned.

Which state has the best BBQ?

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When you say barbecue, it generally means grilling or an act of slow-cooking food in pits over indirect heat, using burning charcoal or wood as the primary heat source.

Texas is known to have the best barbecue because the meat they commonly use is beef. Another factor is the barbecue sauce that Texans use which has a sweet and spicy flavor prepared with special seasonings and spice mixtures that are rubbed on the meat before grilling.

Walk, don't run, to your nearest Tony Roma's and order one rack of each style of ribs, then decide for yourself. As they say in Texas, there's no accounting for taste!

Any state that I happen to be in at the time that I am fixing the sauce, has the best! (No ego problem here!)

A different viewpoint:

The man has obviously never tasted pork shoulder from Big Bob's in Decatur, AL!

What fuel does a barbecue use?

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A true barbeque uses chucks of aromatic woods. Most people use a grill with charcoal briquets and think they are doing a barbeque. Many grills today operate with natural gas or propane.

Which is a better bbq fuel mesquite lump charcoal or charcoal briquette?

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Mesquite. It hides the flavor of the lighter fluid.

How much is 6 ounces of BBQ chicken?

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according to my consultant (tiffany johnson), it's "a light snack"

What should you sell at a barbecue fundraiser?

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Popular menu items for a BBQ include:

Corn on the cob, potato salad, potato chips and more!

Try selling a 'combo meal plate' for 5 dollars which would include the BBQ item, a soda/water, your choice of potato salad or potato chips, and offer the grilled corn on the cob for and extra $2. I have done a similar fundraiser, and it draws great interest!

How do barbecue servers work?

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Is it safe to use an old bathtub for BBQ?

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Who makes McDonald's BBQ sauce?

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McDonald's makes their own BBQ sauce at the following location:

Mcdonald's Restaurant Operations, Inc

2111 Mcdonalds Dr, Oak Brook, IL 60523-5500

How do you get rid of vapor lock on a bbq?

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Is aluminum foil dangerous to cook in a barbecue?

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No, but it lacks flavor.

How much does fritos honey bbq cost?

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42 bucks man.

Do you need lava rocks for a new propane BBQ?

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You don't need them for a propane grill. I put them in though because I like the flavor it adds to what I am cooking.

How much does mouth grills cost?

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It depends what kind of gold you get and if it has any gems the most expensive one iv'e ever seen was about $550

What is the best selling BBQ rub in the US?

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I make my own, you can find rub recipes in most barbaque cook books or online. My favorite though in called Magic Dust. I do tweak it somewhat to my taste, that way I get what I want. In the long run it is less expensive than buying pre mixed, and then you can also use the unmixed as called for in other recipes, I make the rub about a quart at a time, store in a mason jar with 3 or 4 holes in the lid so that I can use it as a shaker type. When I cover I use plastic wrap and a rubber band to seal the plastic over the lid. If it cakes some I just shake it vigorously and it usually loosens up and mixes well, just try to store it in a dry place.

Is BBQ sauce a pure substance or a mixture?

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It is a mixture. It is traditionally made with tomatoes, onion, mustard, garlic, brown sugar and vinegar; beer and wine are also popular ingredients.