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brazier

meal cooked outdoors

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  • meal cooked outdoors
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chargrill

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meat that has been barbecued or grilled in a highly seasoned sauce

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a cookout in which food is cooked over an open fire

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a rack to hold meat for cooking over hot charcoal usually out of doors

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cook outdoors on a barbecue grill

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Framing barbecue as social and cultural glue, the film acts as a timely reminder to look further afield than America's southern states for equally delicious and meaningful manifestations of the food.
Gas Safe Register is therefore sharing the following barbecue safety tips and urging people to keep themselves safe by learning the symptoms of CO poisoning.
Covering everything from essential equipment to getting the temperature right, the videos demonstrate how to perfect the classic barbecue dishes.
Barbecues are served with 12 kinds of chutneys ( condiments), pickle and Kashmiri flat bread -- lavasa -- in the famous foodies' street of th e Kashmir valley.
Barbecues are available for all budgets, from a few pounds for a disposable to pounds 4,500 for a top of the range grill centre, more of an outdoor kitchen than a barbecue.
Dual positioning of barbecue products above fresh meats and by delicatessen counters or alongside disposable barbecues is a good step.
BARBECUE fans are being urged to cook up their summer munchies safely as more sunshine is expected this month.
There is a great selection of barbecues available to tempt you out into the garden and my favourite is John Lewis' Weber One Touch Gold Charcoal Barbecue in green.
ARGOS has a range of barbecues to suit every type of garden, from luxurious six-burner gas barbecues down to the easily used portable disposable trays.
PALMDALE - Tom Chilton's love of barbecue has become more than just a hobby.
One of the most traditional family occasions - the British Sunday lunch - has been replaced by the humble barbecue.
According to the National Barbecue Association, barbecuing is now regarded as the number one summer home leisure activity with the average of eight barbecues held per family.
Plantation owners would regularly hold large barbecues with what were known as 'pig's pickings' for slaves - because pigs were relatively easy to keep, pork became a staple food source in the South, and for many Southerners barbecue still means pork.
But let's hope that we see a few more hot weekends to make the ritual lighting of barbecues worthwhile.