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Unread 02-21-2013, 07:24 PM   #16
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funny how they didn't have that smog around when they were grilling before.
now with all the cars and factories they blame grilling ? what a laugh.
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The majority of BBQ joints in the US would be fine there. No wood nor smoke involved.
Crock pot and some liquid smoke and they will be fine.
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What morons. Maybe if they'd get rid of their sweatshops instead
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This has happened in the US also. There are areas in and around the Raleigh/Durham NC area that are no longer permitted to use wood for bbq. Several restaurants down there dont anymore, but used to. I seem to remember hearing New York had bans on charcoal in parts of the city also?
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Crock pot and some liquid smoke and they will be fine.
Our news paper back home ran a big section on doing great barbecue at home, and the recipe provided was on how to do ribs in the crockpot and it had liquid smoke added to the barbecue sauce/liquid mixture it braised in. I still have the little recipe cut-out at home somewhere.

A lot of people wrote in on that one no doubt and come to find out the guy who wrote it was from France I believe. Go figure.
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