Concept of Barbecue
Barbecuing is literally an art form in cooking because it’s slow, requires patience and you want to get it right the first time. The form of barbecuing requires cooking the meat indirectly from the heat. This form of indirect cooking is called smoking, and the complexities of this process involves what kind of wood or charcoal you would like to smoke the meat in and what temperature to use to perfectly cook the meat.
Styles of Barbecue
Barbecue This barbecue consists of working with pork. Pulled or in rib form, Carolina excels and barbecue the lovely meat of pork.
Texas is the home of brisket and ribs. No barbecue sauce is usually used in the traditional style of Texas cooking, but also available on the side for dipping.
The home of dry and wet ribs that come from Memphis are definitely “finger licking good” and nothing is better than a traditional Memphis pork sandwich served with coleslaw.
Kansas City Barbecue
This is the town with the sauce baby! There traditional Kansas City barbecue sauce is tomato-based and delicious on ribs. They also do molasses based sauces. There meat usually has a hickory flavor and the town is truly passionate about their barbecue.
Now it’s time to determine your favorite by simply trying some new recipes. So when you are looking to have a night of barbecue adventures. Make sure when you are looking up recipes to specify what style of barbecue you would like to cook.
Happy Barbecuing Grill Masters!
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