August 25, 2017
Summer is a time for family outings and no greater holiday for cookouts exists than Labor Day.
Congress passed the Labor Day Act in 1894, commemorating the success of American labor by designating the first Monday in September. Considered the last holiday of summer, Labor Day is a good time to cook out, and that brings me to the subject of barbecue.
While lots of folks refer to a grill as a barbecue, grilling and barbecue are entirely different! The former is hot and fast over flames while the latter is slow and low over smoke – a process known to turn meat into dessert. I sometimes ref...