Taste the best barbecue the south has to offer by following The Road-Tripper’s Guide to Southern Barbecue from Cash Store. Identified in this infographic are the top barbecue joints in southern states, based on ratings and reviews from the best barbecue bloggers and review sites across the web.
Whether you’re a backyard BBQ beginner or a long-time grilling enthusiast, you’re bound to find helpful tips in foodydirect’s newest infographic, “Ultimate Guide to the Grill Master.” Read on to learn about the different barbecue styles that are popular throughout the country, how to know when to use direct versus indirect heat, the best way to grill different types of meats and much more.
We can distinguish barbecue from grilling by it’s lower cooking temperatures, longer cooking times, and use of smoke to infuse extra flavor. Like everything truly American, barbecue is a shared national pastime defined by regional traditions. Man Crates felt that American barbeque regions were important enough to get their own infographic explaining the character and differences between the regions.
You’re probably familiar with the big BBQ states but did you know about the unique cooking methods or styles of BBQ sauce across the country? Check out this infographic for a breakdown of the main types of BBQ, and what makes these regional BBQ styles unique.
The world’s biggest open air barbecue was held in 2008 in Paraguay. Covering the area of a football pitch it cooked the equivalent of 41 cows. For more amazing BBQ facts, check out this infographic created by CalorGas.
Food safety and preparation is paramount when it comes to barbecues. The following infographic provides a light-hearted look at barbecue food safety and hygiene with statistics and what to look out for when having a BBQ this summer.