Just in time for summer, npr.com interviews grill master Alton Brown, seen on Food Network’s “Good Eats,” Iron Chef America,” and “Food Network Star.”
So when you’re talking about backyard cookouts with Brown, make sure you know the difference between grilling and barbecuing. Barbecue, according to Brown, is “a meat product produced by long slow cooking and exposure to a good deal of smoke and is usually some part of a pig.”
I did not know that difference, and now that I know the difference I feel like half a man for having not known.
Time to go clean my grill!
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