Styles of Barbecue

Styles of Barbecue


To the purist,

the barbecue is”the method of cooking tougher meats with indirect heat, the slow cooking process requiring highly seasoned foods with the smoke somewhat like that of a smoking room. Barbecue is the western way of cooking meat. Barbecuing may be described as low and slow cooking with the food properly smoked to flavor the food and the smoke giving it its natural smoky flavor.” The term Barbecue is further described as “smoking  the food with the smoke somewhat like that of a smoking room. Barbecuing can be done outdoors (Often in a garden on a windy day), but for proper food preparation, utility regions and adept cooks, indoor barbecuing is possible, or if you are lucky enough to have a barbeque smoker, that’s what barbeque means: cooking outdoors using indirect, slow cooking smoke. Because it cooks slowly (in direct heat) and does not rely on heat sources to cook the food, barbecuing consumes less electricity than typical grilling or smoking processes. And because barbeheads rely on smoke, rather than heat, the health benefits of barbeque are somewhat higher.

Smoked barbeque has long been around the European Union, particularly in Italy, and has gained Barbecue much popularity there. In fact it is illegal to barbeque in many countries and the practice of barbequing in the U.S. has become more or less local Barbecue depending on the state. What matters when barbequing outdoors is the quality of the meat, and how well the smoke flavour can be blended with the food. In this article I am going to talk specifically about grilling tongkah, the African word for grilled food.

iptoke – also known as kudu, kervekut, or kuma – is a word used in Kenya and other Barbecue African countries, and is apparently the word that the French ceremoniously brandished (and others too) while crowning their kings and other important figures as an offering to the goddess N favored Kenya.iptoke meat is usually seasoned with you guessed it, salt, and various flavors of marinade. A well-made iptake will be juicy and probably packed with flavour. It is usually considered to be a luxurious dish, although in some parts of the world it is regarded as a power food. Eating a large amount of ipsicumpute would be considered neither cheap nor easy, so apart from the numbers of insects, parasites and inherent lack of fresh water, it is also a little bit less healthy than say, chicken or fish.

While any fish would be quick to cook and in this article we will use the word ‘fish’ several times we should perhaps also mention that the word in itself is a stimulant and the usual trade Rod of a lazy sea captain. We have previously written on the temptations of the sushi but if you are going to barbeque there are few temptations better than the beautiful feasts of the Barbecue many species of fish.

So here we are, the food, now the culture. Let’s give it our own little twist.

As Africans we are blessed with the abundance of fish and we eat what is fresh, so we indulge in what is considered the art of fish. We grill, barbeque, roast, bake and mix it with a plethora of Barbecue spices. สล๊อตเว็บตรงแตกง่าย

It does not matter if it is a Malay, Chinese, American, European or Kikuyu schooled fish, we all tend to have it malai, raw and fresh. It is say time honored that we Asian Indians like to stuff our fish with the flaky coconuts which are actually the roots of the coconut.

Grind any of these meat products with salt, black pepper and onions and leave for a few hours at least. Mix with enough liquid to moisten the mix and that’s it – totally fresh fish incredibly enhanced with not too much seasoning.

If you are thinking of going into the barbeque business you need to know these basic cuts.