History of BBQ
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The Beginning of Barbecue in Israel 200,000 years ago.
Spanish Explorers found locals roasting barbecue over the fire.
Samuel Johnson included the word "barbecue" in the English language
Spanish brought pigs to the new world.
"barbecue" first appeared in the English languagy
George Washington wrote about going to Alexandria to a barbecue pit.
An affair at Weldon featured "beeves and shoats roasted whole, whole sheep, and other refreshments"
North Carolina magazine talked many different meats being roasted.
Two hogs were raised in every southern state for every human that lived there.
North Carolina population was referred to as the "porcivorous" people.
Traditional Barbecues became commercialized.
Table sauces including vinager and pepper are found in British library manuscripts.
Cookbooks had basic recipes to barbecue a leg of pork.
Jefferson grew peppers.
Jefferson made 40 gallons of vineger.
Jefferson steeped peppers in vinegar to use as seasoning.
Someone said that "red pepper is mush used to flavor meat with the famous barbecue of the South"
Daughter of a tobacco planter shows memories of roasting lamb and pork with sauce.
Barbecue was an Eastern affair.
13 German families immigrated to Phildelphia.
110 thousand Germans had immigrated to American colonies
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