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Definition of Barbecutory


  • Directly from or a direct derivative of slowly cooking meat over wood coals, hopefully of a preferable tasting tree, i.e.: Applewood, Hickory, Pecan, Peachtree, nigh Mesquite, 'fer the Mexi's...

    Tri-Tip to Beef Jerky?

    It's all Barbecutory...

    Last edited on Nov 21 2022. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 21 2022.

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