Yes, They are Different and it Matters
With phrases such as, “put some shrimp on the barbie”, products for our backyard that claim to be, “BBQ grills”, and recipes for, “BBQ chicken wings” the majority of us assume that the term barbecue is synonymous with grilling, when in fact, they are two very different techniques. If you have ever been given a sideways glance from any BBQ connoisseur when discussing the backyard barbecue you are hosting for the fourth of July, it is probably because you mean to say that you are grilling in your backyard, not barbecuing.
With a plethora of options to choose from, it can be hard to decide on the best smoker for BBQ restaurants. However, it becomes easier once you break it down in to the what, why, and how behind creating the best BBQ in a commercial setting. Understanding the process behind smoked meat can shed light on how certain equipment functions to create the flavors, textures, and appearance of the mouth-watering meat we all can’t seem to get enough of.