I like Barbecue and I don't think that is much of a secret anymore. However, I also like me a good ol motivational quote. So, naturally, I am a big fan of a quote about anything to do with barbecue.
They can be motivational, corny, or as stupid as you can think of. If it's about barbecue, grilling, smoking or meat eating, in general, I am all about it!
Below are a few of my favourites. I hope you enjoy them!
I am also quite partial to a dad jokes. (although I just call them jokes) So please comment below with any you may have. Extra credit will be given to those who can make them as barbecue (and lame) as possible.
In no particular order, my favourite barbecue quotes.
Top BBQ Quotes
In the mountains, they say 'there are no friends on a powder day'. However, when it comes to barbecue I couldn't believe in anything more opposite. There is nothing more satisfying than sharing your creations with the people who are closest to you.
My dad loved having me around the BBQ when I was younger, the joy on his face when giving me a tender & juicy piece of brisket was something I will always remember. Of course, as time went on my dad taught me to BBQ everything from a sausage to a pork butt. Just looking at him even these days I can still see the joy in his face that he taught me to feed not only myself but also my wife, kids and closest friends.
We all know that we can cook a steak in a pan on top of an oven. But how much better is that same steak when you are out in the elements, surrounded by people you love drinking a brewski or two? There is something so satisfying about cooking outdoors, I feel it brings us back to our most basic and primal form. Do yourself a favour and get outdoors and cook dinner a couple of times a week. It doesn't matter if that's on an outdoor grill, bbq, smoker, pizza oven or even an open flame. Your outlook on like will thank you for it.
Your barbecue cannot cook at its peak performance if you don't clean it. That is just a fact. I was recently at a friends house and he attempted to cook on his grill that has not been cooked for (I would guess) 3 or 4 years minimum. To start with the thing was just stinking from the get-go, however, throughout the cook, he was having flare-ups and all sorts of nasty smells going on. I don't think I need to go into to much detail about the quality of the chicken and ribs he was trying to create, however, I will tell you the grill treated us with about as much respect as my friend was giving the grill. Clean your damn grill and it will look after you by delivering great tasting food!
I bet if I told you how many times I had cooked barbecue that was errrr, just plain horrid you would laugh at me. However, I think that you can only get better and learn from your mistakes. Making mistakes is normal. If that's in your day to day life, chef life or professional life. You can always improve and grow on your mistakes. Life is about improvement, growth and learning.