Originally a method to preserve meat, barbecuing graduated through the years, allowing unlimited barbecue possibilities and intense to mild flavors. The rural beauty of a brick barbecue makes a perfect centerpiece to any outdoor gathering. No longer limited to a picnic or camp outing, this popular method of inexpensive outdoor cooking blends with the natural terrain of the outdoors. Whether you are building your brick barbecue, which can be done inexpensively depending on your selection, or purchasing your brick barbecue, it will be durable and your enjoyment of it long-lasting.
There are many advantages to cooking with a brick barbecue. It can be fueled by a variety of wood, including cedar or mesquite. The low, constant temperature of a brick barbecue smokes food to perfection, positively impacting the taste, and the open flame cooks food much faster than a conventional oven, making it perfect for last-minute entertaining.
Being built from brick and mortar makes the brick barbecue durable and usable. In other words, poor weather will not prevent the brick barbecue from its performance. It also keeps the mess outside and frees your oven for other baking, like side dishes. It is not difficult to clean up after using a brick barbecue, and if displayed prominently on your property, it can increase your home's curb appeal.
A brick barbeque is time-saving and cost-effective because you save on the operating expense of gas or electric cooking methods, and it allows for a larger grilling area.
Brick barbecues have been around for a long time, and with good reason: outdoor beauty, a delicious meal and time spent with family and friends is a winning combination.