The word barbecue is a noun. Barbecue means (1) a rack to hold meat for cooking over hot charcoal usually out of doors, (2) a cookout in which food is cooked over an open fire; especially a whole animal carcass roasted on a spit, (3) meat that has been barbecued or grilled in a highly seasoned sauce.
Barbecue is also a verb that means (1) cook outdoors on a barbecue grill.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word barbecue.
Visit this barbecue restaurant directory for information about barbecue restaurants in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a kabob roasting on barbecue flames.
Browse this barbecue equipment supplier directory for information about barbecue equipment manufacturers and distributors in the United States. The photo on this page shows a kettle style charcoal grill.
Barbecue grills are available in charcoal, gas, and electric varieties, and offer a great-tasting way to cook your food. This site discusses indoor and outdoor grills from selected grill suppliers.
Gas grills are a convenient, tasty way to cook food outside. Gas grills are easier to start and warm up more quickly then charcoal grills, making them an ideal choice for an outdoor barbecue.
A black-and-white image of a new gas grill is photographed on a graduated gray background. The grill is open to reveal the large cook top, which is capable of holding a large amount of meats and vegetables during a backyard party or barbecue.
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The following articles provide recent barbecue-related news.
Classic grilled chicken gets updated with an easy, healthier barbecue sauce. The sauce can also be stored to deploy on whatever you happen to be grilling throughout the week.
Chris Morocco. Bon Appetit. Tuesday, 16 Jul 2019 16:00:00 +0000.
Amy Morton, owner and proprietor of The Barn Steakhouse, stopped by ABC 7 Chicago with some tips on how to create a stress-free barbecue for the 4th of July.
Wls. ABC News. Thursday, 04 Jul 2019 15:33:40 +0000.
As barbecue season heats up, some estimates say grill fires in the U.S. resulted in an average of 19,000 injuries from 2013 to 2017.
Modern Healthcare. Modern Healthcare. Saturday, 25 May 2019 01:00:00 EDT.