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Five common BBQ myths

Five common BBQ myths

As we retrain ourselves on the chimney-starter basics, some of the country's best barbecue pitmasters will also be gearing up—in NYC for the city's yearly Big Apple Barbecue, where they'll be serving up smoke, sticky fingers and plenty of regional 'cue.

Yet, for all the styles of sauces and spice rubs that will be represented this weekend at the NYC Big Apple Barbecue contest, there are just as many misconceptions about what it really means to barbecue. So renowned pit masters are helping us clear the hickory-smoked air on these five common myths.

As reported on the TASTING TABLE website - LEARN MORE

Last modified onThursday, 14 June 2018 04:19
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