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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    You must have been on a hiatus when we went through this a couple of years ago. Grill, broil, whatever was heavily discussed. Turns out the Brits make their grilled cheese under the broiler. Not cooked or toasted in a pan with butter..
    What the fuck is broiling? Why do you people on the wrong side of the pond have to keep making a mockery of our language?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Suppose it all comes down to what country you come from.

    Our home oven has this and it's names as 'The Grill' on the temp control.

    Yup...and on our ovens here in the States the settings for that say "Broil."


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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Da fuck? Just like beans for breakfast another crime against humanity.
    I've eaten your fucking "bacon." Jesus wept; what a shitshow that crap is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    What the fuck is broiling?
    Broiling is burning the shit out of something indoors(usually meat), if you're not careful.


    Broiling in your oven is an option when you can't go outside to grill, but there are differences between the two cooking methods. Whether using broiling as an alternative to grilling or following a recipe that includes broiling, it is good to know the fundamentals.

    Grilling and broiling both use intense direct heat to cook foods. They both require the same watchful eye to avoid burning. And they both provide a similar charring and caramelization that give food that distinct flavor. However, grills and broilers work differently to achieve these goals.
    From an "expert" @

    https://www.thespruceeats.com/grilli...roiling-331535

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Broiling is burning the shit out of something indoors(usually meat), if you're not careful.



    From an "expert" @

    https://www.thespruceeats.com/grilli...roiling-331535

    Ahh, so you mean "grilling" then?

    Two countries separated by one language and an ocean.

    Weirdos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    That's a similar technique to hangi.
    Would like to try some of that...now that's a real old school BBQ pit.



    Oh my...


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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Would like to try some of that...now that's a real old school BBQ pit]

    Oh my...

    What's that? The NZ BBQ?

    I once had lamb cooked in the ground by a Bedouin tribe in the Sahara (beat that for a hipster tale!) and it was magic. Looked a bit like that when it was going in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    What's that? The NZ BBQ?
    Yeah...the "hangi" referenced above. Just looked it up. Had never heard of it.


    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Looked a bit like that when it was going in.
    Where I found that pic it said that was coming out. Are you saying they didn't leave it in long enough? It could be a little "crustier" for my tastes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Yeah...the "hangi" referenced above. Just looked it up. Had never heard of it.




    Where I found that pic it said that was coming out. Are you saying they didn't leave it in long enough? It could be a little "crustier" for my tastes.
    Error on my part. Should have said coming out, but on a much smaller scale (didn't realise it had been cooked until a closer look).

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Ahh, so you mean "grilling" then?
    No he means broiling.

    This is grilling....



    This is BBQ..



    Weirdo.

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    This is broiling.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    No he means broiling.

    This is grilling....



    This is BBQ..



    Weirdo.
    Err...

    Stick to grilling inside and when you're burning stuff outside, you're BBQing.

    We definitely should have better trained you lot before we gave you freedom.

    What say you, Snubs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    This is broiling.

    Grilling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    I once had lamb cooked in the ground by a Bedouin tribe in the Sahara (beat that for a hipster tale!) and it was
    I something similar in a camp in Saudi. It was nice enough, really tender and moist, but it could have used some kind of spice rub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happynz View Post
    I something similar in a camp in Saudi. It was nice enough, really tender and moist, but it could have used some kind of spice rub.
    Kabsa?

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    Yep. Kabsa it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin
    Yeah...the "hangi" referenced above. Just looked it up. Had never heard of it.
    When it's done properly it's abso-fucking-lutely superb, real meat falling off the bone and melting in your mouth stuff!

    One issue with it though is since everything it cooked together it can come out tasting a little 'samey'. Not really a big problem since it's all a good taste but just that some things get overpowered in the flavor sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Stick to grilling inside and when you're burning stuff outside, you're BBQing.
    Once again when inside you are broiling, outside burning stuff is grilling.

    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    We definitely should have better trained you lot before we gave you freedom.
    Well being that it is the day before Independence day here where we celebrate kicking the shit out of the British I will just leave this here...




    Watching red coats get slaughtered never gets old.

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    What say you, Snubs?
    Same thing I said to Cujo. Fook off.

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    Just went to a website called barbecue habits to check how oftern Brits and Yanks barbecue. I had thought the Yanks would do more as we have better weather in general. But look at this.

    UKI

    In our cross-country analysis, the UK comes out bottom of the league in barbecue frequency. On average, UK households barbecue just 10 times a year, with 14% of us only doing so once or twice a year.

    USA

    - 75% of U.S. adults own a grill or smoker.
    - The majority of grill owners (63%) use their grill or smoker year-round and 43% cook at least once a month through winter.
    - Nearly a third of current owners plan to grill with greater frequency this year.
    - Barbecuing isn’t just an evening activity: 11% of grill owners prepared breakfast in the past year.
    - The five most popular days to barbecue, in order are: July Fourth; Labor Day & Memorial Day (tied); Father’s Day; Mother’s Day.
    - The top three reasons for cooking outdoors, in order are: to improve flavor; for personal enjoyment; for entertaining family and friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Once again when inside you are broiling, outside burning stuff is grilling.



    Well being that it is the day before Independence day here where we celebrate kicking the shit out of the British I will just leave this here...




    Watching red coats get slaughtered never gets old.



    Same thing I said to Cujo. Fook off.
    Ha ha. Was expecting a bite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    This is broiling.

    No, THAT is grilling.
    Stop making words up.

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    Mericans refer to Grilling (heat from above) as Broiling and vicky verca; course they've only existed to 300 years so are clearly wrong. We were grilling from above before your country existed. in fact were were BBQing people before your country existed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    No, THAT is grilling.
    Do fuck off it is his thread he can call it what he wants you fucking moron.


    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    We were grilling from above before your country existed.
    Who gives a fuck.



    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    in fact were were BBQing people before your country existed
    Heh most likely you were the ones getting BBQed. I think the Romans and the Vikings have a different recollection. Then you fekker's made the mistake of trying to colonize the US and it ended badly as we definitely heaped many of you bastards on the pyre and gladly BBQed your scurvy asses. We gave that bastard Cornwallis nightmares for the rest of his life.

    Now take your asses out of this thread if you do not like what we call what. This thread was started by an American anyway.

    BTW I should add that July is national grilling month.



    Happy 4th of July.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    in fact were were BBQing people before your country existed
    You sure bout that.


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