The time to break out your slightly rusty, charcoal-laced grill has come. And while Americans are busy firing up their swank, larger-than-life cookers and grilling up organic bison burgers and flame-kissed baby back ribs, other cultures heat up their own version of a barbecue.
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One of the best things about barbecue and grilling is that you can do it anywhere and with various tools no matter where you live. The basic principals are the same: fire, heat, meat and time.