Published on September 11th, 2017 | by Fishing News0
Where Is Your Favorite Place to Go for BBQ Sandwiches?
If you are looking for the best ways to smoke meat, you do not have to go any further than the parking at next Saturday’s big college football game. From the grills and the smokers of those parking lots, in fact, you will not only find the best ways to smoke meat, you will also find the most popular local drinks, side dishes, and desserts. Traveling across the country visiting the parking lots of football games would provide a wide variety of smoker grills lined with everything from smoked salmon to hamburgers. With one small taste from each of the offerings, a visitor would be so full that there would not even be space for an order of nachos at a game!
Football and Food Are A Great Combination
When was the last time that you had a great BBQ meal? Was it when you were down south visiting your cousin, or was it when you were at yesterday’s football game? No matter when you had that last tasty meal, it is likely that you went home wishing that you could repeat the treat. From the messy BBQ sauce that requires two or three napkins for every sandwich to the pit smokers that have room to cook a while hog at once, there are types of BBQ that always leave you wanting more.
More and more Americans have discovered that by creating an outdoor cooking areas with a custom charcoal grills, the meals that are prepared in the backyard or on the deck can be every bit as good as the the most delicious meals cooked in a kitchen. Cooking outside, in addition, has the advantage of keeping the kitchen clean and keeping the family together, far from the television and the interruptions that the inside of a home can bring.
As many as 79.1 million Americans reported grilling in the year 2016, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Were you one of them? Whether your family’s favorite food is a thick juicy burger or grilled shrimp, you have likely found your favorite time of the year to eat those special items.
When you are at the football fame next weekend, remember that you are part of a great American tradition. A tradition that includes as many as 60% of grillers who indicate that they cook outdoors all year-round, according to a report by the Hearth, Patio, and Barbecue Association.