What does barbecue mean?

What does barbecue mean?

1 : to roast or broil (food, such as meat) on a rack or revolving spit over or before a source of heat (such as hot coals or a gas flame) barbecuing chicken for dinner.

What makes a barbecue?

According to the true definition of barbecue, it has to be cooked over a live fire or hot coals. Therefore a smoker or an indirect system is not barbecue.” Oy! The US is full of barbecue deniers and snobs. They love to say “This is real traditional barbecue and that is not” or “That’s not barbecue, that’s grilling”.

What type of food is barbecue?

The types of food that are considered to be BBQ foods include pulled pork, ribs, brisket, turkey legs, beef ribs, and collard greens just to name a few. Generally speaking, BBQ food is foods that are smoked or cooked with smoky flavors in mind. Some examples.

What kind of food is BBQ?

How do you spell BBQ in Australia?

“Barbeque” or “BBQ” is the most widely accepted way to spell it here in Australia. The word “Barbeque” is thought to derived from a french term barbe à queue (translation: “beard to tail”) which refers to a whole hog being roasted.

What do you eat at a BBQ?

Some of these are great appetizers while you’re waiting for the grill, too.

  • Coleslaw.
  • Potato Salad.
  • Pasta Salad.
  • Corn on the Cob.
  • Watermelon, Berries, and Other Summer Fruits.
  • Cut Vegetables for Dipping.
  • Tortilla or Potato Chips.
  • Dinner Rolls, Tortillas, or Pitas.

What meat is good for BBQ?

Best Beef Cuts for Grilling

  • Chuck Eye Steak (Delmonico) A low-cost alternative to the Rib Eye Steak.
  • Ranch Steak. Affordable, lean and versatile.
  • Flat Iron Steak. Extremely tender, well-marbled and flavorful and great for grilling.
  • Tenderloin Steak (Filet Mignon)
  • Strip Steak.
  • Porterhouse Steak.
  • T-Bone Steak.
  • Ground Beef.

Can you say BBQ?

(Merriam-Webster calls it “less common.”) Dictionary.com even lists “bar-b-que” as an option as well. So, no, whichever you prefer to use, you’re not incorrect, and they have the same meaning. Turn to the BBQ authorities, though, and you’ll get a more complicated response.

Is it barbeque in Australia?