June 6th, 2013

Test Your BBQ Knowledge

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Did you know that the term “barbecue” might have come from the French barbe a queue? It means “from whiskers to tail” and refers to a time when an entire animal was cooked over an open fire.

Yeah, I didn’t either.

There are lots of other BBQ tidbits in “14 Things You May Not Know About Barbecue.”

Things like the fact that people in the Northeast are the most frequent barbecuers in the U.S. Sounds hard to believe to me. It seems like such a Southern thing.

Read on here for more barbecue trivia and test your knowledge. Even better, test it while you’re eating a burger, a steak, ribs, kabobs

Photo courtesy of KansasCitySteaks.com.


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