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    BBQ around the World

    Found this discussing the type of BBQ in different countries around the world. Thought it might be of interest to some of you. https://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddri...?ocid=msedgntp

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    My first real interest in BBQ was from Steven Raichlen's Barbecue Bible.
    In a life lived differently, I would have toured the world cozying up to folks to grab their recipes and techniques.

    This is a nice article, MountainSmoker. If you know a bit of history, you can see the migratory spread and trade routes of people. Out of the central Asian steppe to Turkey, China, Persia and Russia, leading to the spread of the skewered meat... Those steppe people were vicious, and kept pushing each other out, or conquering widely. The Turks and the Persians all came out of there, and China built that wall to keep them out after the Khans. From China where it was adopted and built into local cuisines, to Japan through trade.

    Then there's the spread and evolution of the in ground oven from Tahiti to Hawaii... and if you really know anything about mexican Barbacoa, you know it's related to Kalau and the various Polynesian methods of smoking underground or in clay ovens.

    Also, the spread of the term Barbacoa from the Carribean to Latin America.
    Last edited by Potkettleblack; June 17, 2020, 09:45 AM.

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      Yes I found it fascinating and like you the Barbecue Bible was a good read. Also don't forget the Barbacoa from the Caribbean to the Carolina's. The earliest of barbeque in the US. Then later in what became Texas the Mexican introduction of using the brisket.

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