Rt 40 in Ellicott City area is a mecca for good Korean food.
And other "Korean specialties" as well.
Tasteless joke aside, anything that does not involve smoke is not barbecue
As I understand it, the first European explorers of what is now the Carolina coastal/pines area were taught by the natives the technique of how to smoke feral hog in a pit. That, to this day, is called 'Cue. And, to this day, its true masters practice their art in Eastern Carolina.
The other commonly used word, barbeque
(a.k.a. 'Que or BBQ), can mean - depending on region/ethnicity - either smoked or
grilled; prime example: "Put another shrimp on the barbie
(Hell, in Pittsburgh it means a tomato-based sauce on chipped, chopped ham!)
I, too, find Korean BBQ to be a delight. But, ("just sayin'
") it's not
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