Barbecue

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Barbecue (or Barbecue, BBQ) is a special type of grill. It is also a way to prepare meat which is then cooked with that instrument. It is especially popular in Australia and in certain parts of the United States.

Barbecue cooking means to cook very slowly. It is not as hot as grilling. Some meats must be cooked slowly to be tender, and easy to chew. Sometimes, meat may be slowly cooked for 8 to 24 hours in a barbecue.

Barbecuing in Australia[change | change source]

Barbecuing in the United States[change | change source]

People in the United States barbecue chicken, beef and pork, depending on the part of the country. Barbecuing is very popular in the Central and Southern U.S., especially in Texas with beef and Kansas City with pork. In the United States barbecued meat is usually covered in barbecue sauce, a type of thick, dark red sauce that often contains spices, tomatoes, and honey. Very often, American barbecue grills get heat from hickory wood.

In California, it was common to barbecue beef in a hole in the ground rather than a grill. This is called a "pit barbecue"[1]

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