Barbecue season is on the horizon for those in the colder states, and it's already arrived for those fortunate enough to enjoy barbecue season nearly year-round. In any case, now is a good time to get prepared with some new ideas and new skills to make this year's first outdoor grilling party your best ever! Who better to look to for some grill-savvy tips than a top chef. The following 7 tips for a better barbecue season are courtesy of professional chef, Jamie Oliver.
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Barbecuing has been an American staple since the onset of America itself, although its roots go back much further. Basically from the moment fire was discovered and mankind grew tired of food born illnesses meat has been cooked. Smoking meat was a primitive way of keeping a freshly butchered animal from spoiling. The smoke kept the insects away and the heat allowed the meat to slowly cook extending its “best-if-used-by” date considerably. The Arawak people would build wooden structures to roast meat while burying pigs in fire pits was popular amongst Polynesian Islanders.