Memorial Day Regional Barbecue Guide

 


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Memorial Day Regional Barbecue Guide
You can get a close approximation to barbecue on a grill using indirect heat and the light smokiness the grill provides. Boost it with some smoldering chunks of wood if desired. Ultimately, it's a close approximation. True barbecue needs to be slow smoked -- and for that you really do need a smoker. But all is not lost!
 
While the texture and flavor of your meat depends on the type of cooking you subject it too, you can always add the finishing touch of true barbecue to any recipe by simply using the right sauce or dry rub. The myriad regional barbecue sauces that make up the pantheon of true barbecue are one of the culinary treasures of this country. The Carolinas alone have four distinct styles of saucing, each one bringing something unique and intriguing to the table.
 

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