There's nothing better than stoking up the pit. The smell of mesquite smoke waffling from the inferno of fun,brings out the best. Slapping on baby back ribs, brisket, pork butt, and chicken entices mere mortals to shrink in anticipation of the delicacy of backyard BBQ. So pull up a chair stay a while, smell the smoke while enjoying your favorite beverage and--- MAY THE Q BE WITH YOU!
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Gas or Charcoal Pits
Okay, so whats best for BBQ cooking, gas or charcoal. Hands down charcoal with wood, such as mesquite, oak, pecan, hickory or other varieties, whatever your taste buds demand. Using gas is not really BBQ in my opinion. There is nothing like cooking ribs, pork butts or brisket over wood and charcoal. The flavor gained from longer cooking periods far outweighs the speed of cooking with gas. Gas grills are okay, if you are doing hamburgers, hot dogs and things that don't require much preparation, but if you want flavor, wood and charcoal is the way to go.