What Is the BBQ Fire Pit?
Everyone that has ever been interested in cooking outdoors has surely asked these questions,
especially if you have ever thought about purchasing a BBQ pit.
Lots of people love BBQ foods. Cooking out reminds the cowboys of the old days when you set around an old
fashioned camp fire waiting for a rabbit, pig, or fish to cook; smelling the aromas of the meat made their mouth
water. The good old days, you say. Well, believe it or not you can have the save experience with a BBQ pit.
A lot of people get barbecuing and grilling mixed up and do not understand the difference between the two. Grilling is the process of cooking that foods are cooked
over direct heat of the fire. The purpose is to sear the outside of the food and try to keep the juices on the
inside. That is the reason the meat is browned because it seals the juices. When you sink your teeth into that
first bit you can taste the grilled flavor. Well that was because you browned or seared the meat and sealed
the flavor inside the meat. You ask how this is done. It is just like you brown toast in a skillet.
Barbecuing is the cooking process that requires for the foods to be cooked over low temperatures and over a
period of time. Chris Schlesinger describes barbecuing better than anyone else, “A process whereby a large cut of
tough meat is cooked by the smoke of a hardwood fire at low temperatures (210 degrees or less) for a long period of
time, with doneness determined by the meat’s tenderness.”
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