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Barbecue for You


In may just be in human nature to barbecue. Well,we have been doing it as far back as time candenote. In the Stone Age, man hunted for food andcooked it over an open flame. And while we stillcook over flame today, there are actually twodifferent types. True barbecue requires a sauce.If not, you are just grilling. While both aregood, barbecue involves slowly cooking the meatwith low temperature for hours.

When you think about going to a barbecue, youprobably think of yummy, juicy food such ashamburgers and steak or even a good hot dog withall the fixins'. The term barbecue does not onlyrefer to the food but also to the event itself.The act of gathering together with friends andfamily to enjoy good food, drinks and a great timehas been an honored tradition for generations. Itdoesn't matter where you live or where you arefrom, the barbecue is a popular get-together.

So we all know that the barbecue is an honoredAmerican tradition but just where did it originateanyway? Well, there are several different statesthat each has their own claim to fame when itcomes to the barbecue. Texas, Virginia, Georgiaand the Carolinas all have stories about how thebarbecue originated. If you look into the historyof barbecues you will see that each of thesestates has a slightly different method ofbarbecuing so they very well could have all comeup with it. Wherever the idea came from, it tookoff really fast.

If you love barbecue, then you know a staple ofthe successful barbecue is a great barbecue sauce.There are different types of sauces but theoriginal Texas BBQ is famous for it's thick sweettomato flavor. In Texas, they also enjoy using adry-rub seasoning on the beef before it isbarbecued.

Southeast barbecue sauce is slightly different. Ifyou get BBQ sauce in Georgia it will likely bethinner and with more vinegar. Another differencein the barbecue is that instead of beef, they usemore pork. You will also see barbecue pits usedoften. This method "smokes" the meat giving it agreat smoked in flavor. Pit barbecues are verypopular and leave you with great tasting meat.

Your family likely has their own barbecue secretsand they might be passed down from generation togeneration. You might have your own secret BBQsauce recipe. Your family may have a slow cookmethod for beef or pork or maybe you enjoy both.Whatever type of barbecue you like, there is nodoubt that families and friends love it and itwill stick around for many more years to come.

Laura Kjer is the webmaster of Shop Barbecue which is a premier source of information about Barbecue. For more information, go to: http://shopbarbecue.com


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