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While often used interchangeably grilling and barbecuing are two decidedly different things. Grilling represents the process of cooking fish, poultry, pork or meat directly over a gas or charcoal flame, while barbeque is the use of indirect heat created by charcoal or a hardwood fire. Smoking is an offshoot of barbeque and is the process of slowly cooking at a very low temperature.
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