Saturday, May 5, 2012

National Barbecue Month


May is National Barbecue Month. It is an unofficial holiday and exciting way to start the summer. There are a lot of ways to celebrate this fun and interactive holiday.


Organize a pot-luck. This is the best way of interaction, fun, and grilling. Make a list of people, food that is being brought, things to be grilled, and activities to be done. The most popular barbecued items are hotdogs and hamburgers; especially at a beach or park site.



Think more vegetables. Barbecues aren't always about meat. Try full vegetable kabobs and grill a handful for dinner. Get a different aroma taste of grilled peppers instead of cooking them in a pan. Grill a mix variety of zucchini, corn, and other "summer" vegetables for a healthy lunch.





Use less dishes. It takes more dishes and appliances to create a regular meal than it does if you use a barbecue. Take time out on a Sunday afternoon to barbecue and relax more at night before the work week starts again.




Exchange BBQ recipes. Try something different and get a favorite barbecue recipe from a neighbor or friend. See if you like it or change it to your preferences. Teach your oldest child how to barbecue or grill food. Use different kinds of marinates or seasonings each time you grill for different tastes and methods of preparation.


IT'S ALL IN THE SAUCE
The precise origin of barbecue sauce is unclear. Some trace it to the end of the 15th century, when Christopher Columbus brought a sauce back from Hispaniola, while others place it at the formation of the first American colonies in the 17th century. References to the substance start occurring in both English and French literature over the next two hundred years. South Carolina mustard sauce, a type of barbecue sauce, can be traced to German settlers in the 18th century.[
Early cookbooks did not tend to include recipes for barbecue sauce. The first commercially-produced barbecue sauce was made by the Georgia Barbecue Sauce Company in Atlanta, Georgia. Their sauce was advertised for sale in the Atlanta Constitution, January 31, 1909. Heinz released its barbecue sauce in 1940.

A bottle of barbeque sauce is a staple in North American kitchens. This recipe will show you a quick and easy way to make your own. Learn to make barbeque sauce, and relish in it's beauty as an condiment with famous dave.






Tired of asking "Burger or hot dog?" when you're manning the grill? Spice things up with some mouth-watering brisket, courtesy of Rock and Roll BBQ's Travis Randall.


HAVE A HAPPY GRILLING SEASON EVERYONE !!!








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