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31 Good BBQ Slogans and Taglines

Depending upon where you live, barbecue can taste different. The use of sauces and style of cooking the meat are considered signature to certain regions. The most popular foods for cooking on a grill are considered to be 85% burgers, 80% steak, 79% hot dogs, and 73% chicken. Corn and potatoes are the most commonly prepared grilled side dishes in the United States 41% of the time. The following series of BBQ slogans capture the love and joy of this style of cooking.

A great place to get porked.
Beer and BBQ. They are not just for breakfast anymore.
Do it yourself.
Don’t need teeth to eat my meat.
Food so great, it will make you sop your plate.
Good food. Good friends. Good spirits.
How do you like your steak burnt?
I like my pork pulled and my meat smoked.
I Love Animals (Especially in a good gravy).
If I am on fire, this is not a Training exercise (please extinguish).
If it ain’t barbecue it ain’t food.
If you’re looking, you ain’t cookin’.
IT’s not skill, Its my superpower.
Kill a cow, Start a fire, The magic begins.
King of the grill.
Licensed to grill.
Life is to short for ordinary good.
Never Trust A Skinny Chef.
Put some south in yo’ mouth.
Real hickory smoked BBQ at its best.
Real Men don’t use recipe.
Relish today. Ketchup tomorrow.
Save the vegetables, eat more sausage.
The ladies love my thick meat.
The Sauce is the Boss.
This grill ain’t big enough for both of us.
Vegetarian is an Indian word meaning “Bad Hunter.”
Wanna pull my pork.
When you fire up that daddy, don’t forget to smoke a fatty.
You can’t beat our meat.
You pull my pork. I’ll rub your rib.

The below infographic provides a guide to the in’s and out’s of barbecuing. Rather you use hickory or mesquite wood to smoke your meat, you can alter the flavor of the meat. The tastiest barbecue restaurant in the United States is said to be Salt Lick BBQ in Austin, TX.

BBQ Statistics and Trends

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