Monday, March 22, 2010

License To Grill

To begin with, we need to get one thing straight: Despite the fact that everybody and
his or her brother refers to a cookout as a “barbecue,” grilling is not barbecuing. These
are two very different techniques and, in fact, are at opposite ends of the live fire cooking

To make it simple, barbecuing consists of cooking tough cuts of meat by exposing
them to the smoke and indirect heat of a very low fire for a very long time. The idea is
not only to infuse the meat with smoky flavor, but also, through long cooking, to break
down the tough connective tissues and make the meat tender.

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