This is Colorado’s Favorite Type of BBQ
Summer is right around the corner and grills will be out in full force during the warmer months in Northern Colorado. More often than not, when someone invites you to a BBQ, there will probably be burgers and hot dogs. I hate to break it to you, but that isn't a BBQ. Barbeque is meat smoked low and slow. Temperatures on the grill run anywhere between 225 to 275 degrees to achieve a smoky flavor that really cannot be mimicked by cooking meat quickly. .
There are five different styles of BBQ. Texas, Kansas City, Memphis, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Coloradan's are wild about Texas-style BBQ according to BBQ Revolution. In fact, Texas-style is the most popular across the United States with a total of 33 states preferring this style of BBQ.
Overall, the most popular meat when it comes to BBQ is brisket followed by a whole turkey. I am actually quite surprised to see that pork ribs like Baby Back and St. Louis Style came in so low on the popularity list.
I will be barbequing quite a bit this summer on my pellet grill. The best part about having a pellet grill is that I can fill the hopper and let it do its thing. Before you know it, you have a nice chunk of smoky meat ready to serve.
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