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....and don't even get me started on Australia! Those kangaroo-fuckers think a flat electric griddle with unseasoned, unmarinated shrimp and some store bought chicken satay makes them the most dominating BBQ force on the planet....


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For me it's all about the Cajun! The fucking hotter the better.....
yea but cajun food isn't really BBQ at all... (from New Orleans)

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Has obviously never been to Australia,
well, i only spent one summer there - Sydney & Byron Bay mostly.... far more impressed by their ability to drink than to BBQ. 'quing is about smoking meat. not grilling it.. they are two different things.
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Did you actually try the BBQ in Texas? I lived in Dallas, San Antonio, and Corpus Christi for some years. They have legitimately good BBQ. But you have to remember, there are a TON of variations. I too like it sweet and tangy. But I am also a sucker for anything fruit loops sweet. But yea, a good tangy and sweet trumps the fruity ones.

Anyone like dry rubs? I'm starting to like those.

But I'd forgo any American BBQ for a good Korean BBQ Ribs. I'm obviously biased though


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But I'd forgo any American BBQ for a good Korean BBQ Ribs. I'm obviously biased though
Galbi all day erryday. I get my moneys worth every time I go those all you can eat joints. If you are ever in the NYC metro area, you have to go to Picnic Garden in Flushing (Queens).
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I will say people in the West IMO do not know BBQ. People here love their brisket. Beef who wants that crap? Give me pulled pork or pork ribs any day. Texas BBQ is a joke, and yes I have had it in Texas as well.

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Asian bbq does own...got some great Chinese and Vietnamese here down on federal.

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I love Hawaiian BBQ. Very similar to Korean. If you're in a CO, there's a decent one called L&L over in Aurora near Alameda and Sable.
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True, but when I grill a steak on the grill, I use Cajun seasonings rather than your "traditional" BBQ sauces. Cajun grilling is the shit....
dude, c'mon! we're talking about two different things here...

steaks, hamburgers, hotdogs - not BBQ. that is grilling

BBQ = Smoke required, low temp/long timing cooking.

we have to draw a line in the sand somewhere. you can put barbecue sauce on a hamburger or steak that you grilled, but that doesn't make it BBQ... if you smoke a steak for 8 hours, then i'll give it to ya... BBQ
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ShredLife,I have three racks of babyback pork ribs all rubbed down that have been sitting in the fridge over night that are screaming your name.I will post some pics after they are done BBQing today.How well did you sleep with them screaming your name all night.
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I will also post pics of some apple pie. Apple pie shine that is.
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