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What do you call it?

Which is it?  

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  1. 1. What do you call it when you cook/grill/BBQ outside?

    • BBQ
      9
    • Grill out
      8
    • Cook out
      6


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BBQ or grill.... depends on how I am going to cook though

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Digby34 liked to say grill out. So I don’t say that. 

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Cook out. BBQ should only be used for those with proper BBQ type facilities. Smokers mostly. 

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Grill out with you dill out  🥒

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31 minutes ago, posty said:

Grill out...

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I have a BBQ pit for making BBQ and a grill for grilling.

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1 minute ago, Bert said:

I have a BBQ pit for making BBQ and a grill for grilling.

I have a wife for cooking.

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When I'm using a grill? Yeah, I'm grilling, or we are going to grill out.

BBQ is considered a type of food around my area. Not necessarily cooked on a grill. Mostly in a smoker but, not always.

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Posted (edited)

I’ve used all 3.  
 

BBQ is when I’m using the smoker and actually making a BBQ sauce as well. 

 

Edited by vuduchile
I just realized one of the choices was "grill out" I've never said that in my life

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grill.  cook out is for a gathering like going to a 4th of July cook out.  

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1 hour ago, Herbivore said:

grill.  cook out is for a gathering like going to a 4th of July cook out.  

Yeah... I originally read the question as defining the event, in which case I think of it as a "cook out."  We have a propane grill and not a coal BBQ (I don't differentiate those words necessarily although I know many do), but if we are going to cook something on the grill, we generally use "grill" as a verb.

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BBQ is for the hot shots. 
Grill out is for us laymen. 

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I call it a bbq and have heard many call it a cook out.  I've never once heard it referred to as a "Grill out".  I'm shocked to see that this is the current leader.

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17 minutes ago, TBayXXXVII said:

I call it a bbq and have heard many call it a cook out.  I've never once heard it referred to as a "Grill out".  I'm shocked to see that this is the current leader.

Those people are squares. 

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21 hours ago, DonS said:

I have a wife for cooking.

I thought I had a girlfriend for that.... as it turns out, she has a boyfriend for that. :dunno:

 

A big trade off is that she's very OCD.  She always cleans and does the laundry and to top it off, I'm not allowed to do either.  I'm just "required" to separate my clothes (colors/whites).  She even bought me separate hampers.  She's so OCD that she went as far as to buy me 2 hampers, one is white - for the whites, and the other is blue - for the colors.  I get yelled at if something gets put in the wrong one.

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