Where Did Barbeque Originate?

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The cooking of meat over open fire is a practice that has been in existence for a very long time; since the discovery of fire. Over time, the activities surrounding the barbecue have changed as well as the types of foods that are being barbecued.
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Natives were barbecuing meat over coals as far back as 1540, when DeSoto saw it. The
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I am pretty sure by about 90% it is France.
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USA or Japan inspired. Some restaurants in East Asia, Europe, and North America offer a type of cuisine called "Mongolian barbecue. Their staff will stir fry all kinds of ingredients
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:) I would say from the Paleolithic, when man discovered fire!!! In more modern times, it appears to originate from the Southern US, in the form of a pit where meat is slowly cooked
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