Project Smoke Quiz: Barbecue Dishes from Around the World
TEST YOUR BBQ IQ: OK, you know how to smoke ribs and your brisket would make a Texan groan with envy. But what do you know about other live fire specialties on Planet Barbecue? Test YOUR knowledge of barbecue dishes from around the world with this short quiz.
1) Cowboy-style barbecue called asado, in which large cuts of meat (whole goats, lamb, and sides of beef) are roasted on T-shaped vertical spits in front of a campfire is most closely associated with which country?
2) True or False: Bool kogi—thinly sliced beef short ribs marinated in a sweet salty garlic mixture of sugar, Asian pear, soy sauce, minced garlic, sesame oil, and black pepper, then grilled over charcoal at the table—is a Japanese dish.
3) Basturma, from Turkey, is the ancestor to which American deli favorite?
4) Babi guling—which is suckling pig stuffed and marinated with lemongrass, turmeric, and dozens of other spices, then spit-roasted until crisp—is the most popular barbecue dish in which country?
5) Brazilian spit-roasted beef, pork, chicken, and seafood, traditionally served in belt-loosening abundance and carved off the skewer onto the eater's plate, is called:
6) True or False: Souvlaki, spiedini, sosatie, shashlik, and brochette are all forms of a shish kebab.
7) Umeboshi, pickled plums, are often served as a condiment for grilled meats in which country?
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