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Barbecues are generally metal, kettle-shaped basins fitted with a grill and sometimes a spit or rotisserie. Barbecues can run on charcoal, gas or electricity. Airvents in the hood as well as different heat settings, allow you to prepare foods in different ways from slow cooking to flash griling.
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Barley was one of the earliest cultivated grains, possibly dating back to 8000 BC. After harvest, barley is processed to remove two outer hulls which are inedible. The remaining grain is coated in a layer called the aleurone which is rich in fiber, B vitamins and protein. In this state, it is called whole barley. Oftentimes, the aleurone is removed leaving a less nutritious core called pearl barley. When the whole barley grain is toasted and cracked, the result is called barley grits. Barley can also be ground to flour, but has a very low gluten content meaning it is usually combined with wheat flours when used for baking. Sprouted barley is often used in salads. Barley has been a primary food source in the Middle East for centuries. Prior to wheat, it was a principle grain in parts of Europe. Barley was initially introduced to the United States as a component for brewing beer, and is still widely used for that purpose.
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Barolo wine is produced in Piedmont, Italy. It is made from Nebbiolo grapes and has a deep, rich color and robust body.
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Basil is an intensely aromatic green-leaved herb popular in Italian and French cooking. Its sweet, somewhat spicy flavor enhances tomato-based dishes and sauces, and Italian pesto. Fresh basil is plentiful in summer; dried basil is always available in supermarket spice sections. Immerse freshly cut stems of basil in water, cover with a plastic bag, and refrigerate for several days. Thai basil, a highly aromatic variety with dark green leaves and purplish stems, is sold in Asian markets and some well-stocked produce markets. Crush dried basil in the palm of the hand to release its flavor.
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Basmati rice is a type of long-grain white rice that cooks to form fluffy, fragrant individual kernels. Brown basmati rice is also available.
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