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Barbecuing became a Southern tradition before the Civil War, when wild hogs were routinely hunted and cooked whole. Barbecuing today is a popular catering theme for banquet celebrations such as weddings and reunions. Catering your barbecue means you don’t have to buy the equipment or prepare the food. Plus, your barbecue will be cooked by a professionally trained chef. If you’re considering having a catered barbecue, brush up on popular terms both on and off the menu.

  • Barbecue sauce – BBQ sauce generally has a catsup or chili base and delivers a medley of sweet, tangy, and/or spicy flavors. Hickory smoked, brown sugar, whiskey-infused and honey garlic are among the myriad flavors of barbecue sauces.
  • Beef brisket – Meat cut from the chest of the cow is called brisket, and it commonly comes in pieces as large as 10 pounds.
  • Fish fry barbecue – A fish fry BBQ menu generally includes battered fried fish, fries, hushpuppies, crab cakes, shrimp and grits, and cole slaw.
  • Party platter – A party platter is a large plate of food, and is arranged for people to get what they want buffet-style. A barbeque platter may be comprised of chicken wings, split-roasted chicken, lamb chops, ribs, grilled cocktail shrimp or tri-tip sandwiches.
  • Pig picking – A pig picking is a meal in which a whole pig is cooked, and everyone literally picks the pieces of meat they want off the pig.
  • Smoker grill – This piece of equipment is the preferred method of barbecuing in restaurants. Smoking meat is a slow process that delivers a husky, delectable flavor.
    National Barbeque Association
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    The Vittles Stop Bbq
    19.5 Union Street, Windsor, VT 05089
    We carry mouth watering sandwiches such as ribs, pulled pork, brisket, hamburgers, and hot dogs, chicken. We are proud to serve the most unique barbeque sauces to offer to the area.
    (802) 674-6776
    Barnsider Smokehouse BBQ
    2112 State Route 9 South, Lake George, NY 12845
    Barnsider Smokehouse BBQ is a barbeque restaurant serving delicious smoked meats. We are proud to serve our customers in the Lake George, NY area.
    (518) 741-4809
    Curtis Bar-B-Que
    Route 5, Putney, VT 05346
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    (802) 387-5474
    User Review: "This is the best bbq I have had. If you like carolina sauce you have to try curtis' bbq. Curtis is almost 70 and still..." - chris (VT)
    New England Grille The
    203 Powderhound Rd, Warren, VT 05674
    (802) 496-5461
    Barbeque Bill's
    64 Wildfire Dr, Warren, VT 05674
    (802) 496-6942
    Hot Betty BBQ
    375 Stagecoach Rd, Waitsfield, VT 05673
    (802) 496-3377
    Slopeside Bar and Grill
    133 E Mountain Rd, Killington, VT 05751
    (802) 315-0081
    Lagasse's Hearthside Grille
    37 N Main St, Rutland, VT 05701
    (802) 772-7315
    Last Call
    58 Center St, Rutland, VT 05701
    (802) 747-6107
    Pub Forty Two
    12 Wales St, Rutland, VT 05701
    (802) 779-9007
    Double D's Bar & Grill
    133 E Mountain Rd, Killington, VT 05751
    (802) 422-3344
    Office Bar & Grill
    197 West St, Rutland, VT 05701
    (802) 775-6708
    Lookout Bar & Grill
    2910 Killington Rd, Killington, VT 05751
    (802) 422-5665
    Cider House BBQ and Pub
    1675 Us Route 2, Waterbury, VT 05676
    (802) 244-8400
    Lake House Pub & Grille
    3569 Route 30 N, Bomoseen, VT 05732
    (802) 273-3000

    Barbecue can include several unique cooking and preparation methods. Many of the barbecue food and catering companies that serve your area will have a selection of meats on their menus, including chicken, pork, fish, and beef. The type of foods that each restaurant has, though, often depends on what style of barbecue they focus on. Most barbecue restaurants smoke or grill their meats to get the flavor that they want. Both of these cooking methods, however, can use various items as the source of heat. Some of the most common cooking sources include charcoal, wood chips, and propane. This allows the chefs to cook burgers, ribs, tri-tips, and sandwich meats in smokers, pits, and grills. Many barbecue food and catering companies also use marinades to improve the flavors of their recipes. Marinades and rubs are applied to the meat a day or more before it is cooked. Over time, the chicken, beef, pork, and fish absorbs the flavor of the sauce. Not all diners and restaurants cater parties or special events. Even those that do might not have the full menu available for the party. The types of recipes that they bring largely depends on whether they have the facilities to produce the braised vegetables, grilled meats, and sauces that you want for your guests. You can find the names of barbecue restaurants and caterers in your area by using an internet search engine. Depending on the amount of information they post on their web sites, though, you might have to contact them to get individualized quotes and menus before you decide which one to hire.
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