Top 10 Barbecue FoodsAh, summer. The seasn of popsicles, swimming, sunscreen, outdoors, and BBQs. Everyone has at least 1 BBQ over the summer. These are the best foods to have at a BBQ.
I love backyard burgers, and also I love my dad's burgers, plus my mom's burgers, plus Five Guys burgers, and even Burger King. And you can put lots of stuff on the burger, like fries on the side, cheese, and more.
Oh yeah! Burgers taste like heaven on a bun when grilled, and there are lots of things to put on a burger, from lettuce to coleslaw to mustard to fries!
Nothing like a hamburger on the grill.
Steak has to be the best. So juicy, tender (my favorite is medium well). Right now, I can't stop drooling.
Steak is the second-best meat, but it's just not too common at a BBQ.
Hot dogs are like the explanation for burgers, but they're not number one because they're less filling.
It looks so nice, and my sister and I loved to eat barbecued hot dogs.
I notice that propane guy, Hank Hill, cooks the best ribs ever! Actually, that's just a cartoon, but it makes me hungry whoever cooks these ribs!
Awesome BBQ food that cooks relatively quickly compared to bigger meats.
Ribs are great and filling, but again, they're not common.
Coleslaw actually makes cold vegetables taste good, plus it's one of the few times I like mayo.
Baked beans are a classic side to a burger or hot dog, but they're lower on the list because they give you gas.
Whether it's Doritos, Pringles, Lay's, or more, chips are a salty and great experience at an old-fashioned barbecue.
It's nice and smells good.
Seriously, this stuff rocks! Apples, whipped cream, Snickers, and a few other things make the best sweet mix ever!
Pulled pork and BBQ sauce are heaven, but again (sorry), they're not common.
French fries taste awesome as heck with burgers, but like steak, they're not common.
Central Texas style is my favorite. Keep it simple. Salt and pepper, low and slow. Wrap in butcher paper at the thermal stall... it's like butter.
Some of the items on this list aren't BBQ. This is truly an iconic Texas dish. It just needs salt, pepper, and 12+ hours of low and slow oak action.
If you're ever in Texas and you like meat!
No other like it... takes skills to make.
This is the newest BBQ food item on the market and tastes fantastic. We had them at a BBQ recently, and the kids loved them. This product should be a definite must-have for any BBQ!