A Beginner’s Guide To Barbecue

There is a big difference between grilling and barbecue.  Grilling involves cooking over direct heat, usually for a short amount of time.  Barbecue is all about low and slow—low heat for a long time.  If you’ve only ever had experience with the grill, today is your day to make the leap with a little help from Ray Lampe, AKA Dr. BBQ.

According to Lampe there are three things you need to achieve great barbecue: good quality meats and spices, good quality equipment, and a lot of patience.  For more help getting started with barbecue, check out his new book Slow Fire: The Beginner’s Guide to Lip-Smacking Barbecue.

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