Barbecue: a cure for post-vacation blues as summer ends
What better way can there be than a barbecue, to meet up with friends again this fall, and to plan ahead for the remaining months of the year? The following are five good reasons for setting up the grill and getting the charcoal out.
A fall barbecue? Yes indeed!
Barbecue? Yes. Italian-style barbecue!
Strictly speaking, barbecue cooking is a low-temperature, indirect-flame type of cooking. Barbecue cooking is a markedly traditional practice in the United States.
The term is derived from the Spanish “barbacoa”, in turn derived from the Caribbean dialect word, “babracot”, from Haiti. The word refers to a grill consisting in branches, below which a fire was lit.
The ways and techniques established for traditional American-style barbecue cooking change even from one State to the next. We shall suggest some original, genuine methods for grilling, which are bound to impress even your most discerning guests (including vegetarians)!