WHAT'S THE DIFFFERENCE BETWEEN GRILLING AND BARBECUING?

Rick Rock
January 26, 2022

There is a difference. Grilling is typically small foods, cooked hot and fast with no smoke, often with no lid, and over high heat.

Barbecue is typically larger cuts, cooked low and slow, with the lid on and is like roasting, but often with smoke.

Source: FoodFireFriends.com, 5/26/22

These days grilling aficionados have expanded their grilling expertise to include foods beyond the traditional Chicken, pork and
beef. Now emu joins salmon and shrimp as being one of the new “hot foods” for the outdoor cooking season. An emu is a cousin to the ostrich and its meat is lower in fat and higher in protein than other grill favorites. Or should Emu be a barbecue thing?

Source: Food Reference, 5/26/22

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