Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan
It doesn't matter if one is in the eastern USA or eastern Mongolia. If it aint pork it aint BBQ, it is BBQed _____________ insert anything other than pork here. One would say, "Let's BBQ some brisket." and they would be using the term correctly. When the cook was done, one would say "Let's eat some BBQed beef." and they would be again correctly using the term. If they say, "Let's eat this BBQ." They would not.
Just curious... Where is this rule written ? Surely, pork can,and very often is, referred to as barbecue, but I've never seen it said that any other type of meat off the pit cannot.
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