The Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association’s ‘#WhyIGrill Regional Edition’ Spotlights Lesser-Known, Local Barbecue Styles.
MOVE OVER MEMPHIS: DISCOVER NEW REGIONAL GRILLING TECHNIQUES
THIS FOURTH OF JULY
The Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association’s ‘#WhyIGrill Regional Edition’ Spotlights Lesser-Known, Local Barbecue Styles
Carolina, KC, Memphis, Texas: The debate over the best regional barbecuing technique is never-ending. But this is a big country – what about the lesser known styles?
This 4th of July, to honor this great nation united by a love for grilling out, the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association is spotlighting the less celebrated, but equally delicious, regional approaches to outdoor grilling – Alabama, California, Kentucky, and Oklahoma.
“Americans in all regions love to barbecue, with 73% planning to grill on July 4,” said Emily McGee, Director – Communications, HPBA. “As we celebrate the most popular grilling day of the year, we at HPBA also want to encourage backyard grillers to try their hand at the less well-known regional styles of barbecue.”
This summer, experiment with these four barbecue styles from four different regions of the country:
Share your grilling creations on social media with #WhyIGrill.
Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association (HPBA), represents and provides professional member services and industry support, for manufacturers, retailers, distributors, representatives, service firms, and allied associates for all types of fireplace, stove, heater, barbecue and outdoor living appliances and accessories. Learn More
©2019 HBPA | All Rights Reserved