BBQ & Grilling
The BBQ & Grilling channel is here to help you cook an amazing meal on the grill. Read how to smoke a chicken, grill a juicy hamburger and learn how to obtain the perfect grill marks on your foods.
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The word "hibachi" has its origins in Japan, where it translates to "fire pot."
Have you ever wanted to build your own barbeque pit? These building a barbecue pit pictures will show you the steps for constructing a barbecue pit.
From researching the characteristics of BBQ woods to using quality meats, Myron Mixon from Jack's Old South has some great grilling tips for you.
By Myron Mixon
From smoking anything you've got to having fun, Paul Petersen from Pablo Diablo's is serving up some grilling and barbecuing tips in the article. Check them out and be sure to take notes!
By Paul Petersen
Lump charcoal or briquettes? Chimney and newspaper, or good ol' lighter fluid? Find these answers and more with these simple grilling tips from Tuffy Stone of Cool Smoke.
By Tuffy Stone
Fire up the grill and start grilling like a pro with these great grilling tips from Johnny Trigg of Smokin' Triggers BBQ.
By Johnny Trigg
From cleaning grill grates to soaking wood chips, Lee Ann Whippen of Wood Chick's BBQ is dishing out some great grilling tips to help get your grill blazin' in no time.
By Lee Ann Whippen
Harry Soo, the resident barbecue and grilling king of Slap Yo' Daddy's BBQ in California, presents his best tips for making the best barbecue you can. Be sure to come hungry!
By Harry Soo
All barbecue masters have their own special sauce recipe, but depending on where you set up your smoker in the United States, you'll probably use a different style of sauce. Every region in the United States, has its own signature style.
There are dozens of different cuts of meats on the market. And each cut is prepared in its own way to bring out the most flavors. Some are braised, some are roasted and some are pan-seared. But some cuts are just made for the fire of a grill.
Barbecue is undeniably popular fare -- even cavemen probably ate it. And if you want to start an argument, ask a crowded room what's better: the wet or dry stuff. Is it really so different?