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What’s Your Memorial Day Barbecue IQ?

Memorial Day ranks as one of the biggest barbecuing holidays in the United States, but how much do you really know about barbecuing? Take this quiz and discover what your Memorial Day barbecue IQ really is!
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True or false: Memorial Day is the biggest barbecue holiday in the United States, with the Fourth of July not far behind.
True
False

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When making barbecue, when do you apply a mop?
Before cooking
During cooking
After cooking

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What exactly are burnt ends?
The crispy parts of a smoke beef brisket
Crispy cornbread bits
Slightly overcooked spareribs

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What are the three main types of grill available in the US?
Electric, charcoal, gas
Brick, charcoal, electric
Charcoal, gas, and wood

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After hours of cooking, the finished product in barbecue will have a layer of what on it?
Peel
Bark
Rind

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What is the most popular food to grill on Memorial Day?
Hamburgers
Hotdogs
Pizza

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In what barbecue region is a pig pickin' most popular?
North Carolina
Kansas
Texas

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Briquettes contain an ingredient that lump charcoal doesn't. What is it?
Coal
Wood
Chemical additives

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What is the most popular grilled side for Memorial Day in the US?
Potatoes
Corn on the cob
Corn bread

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Which region of the US statistically holds the most barbecue cookouts?
The south
The northeast
The midwest

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What percent of US households own a barbecue grill?
61%
81%
48%

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What was Memorial Day initially known as?
Decoration Day
War Heroes Day
Patriots Day

C+, Barbecue IQ Of 90

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Based on the results of this quiz, your Memorial Day barbecue IQ is around 90! Okay, so you only possess an average knowledge on barbecuing. It's not the end of the world! What matters is that you gave this quiz your all and learned something new in the process.

B+, Barbecue IQ Of 110

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Based on the results of this quiz, you possess a barbecue IQ of around 110. You might not have all the answers, but we could certainly call you the grill master. When it comes to barbecue, you know way more than most!

A+, Barbecue IQ Of 140

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Based on the results of this quiz, you possess a barbecue IQ of 140! It's clear that you're a barbecue genius who truly loves a good barbecue. From the right grilling times to grilling statistics, we're going to go ahead and dub you the ultimate grill master!
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1
True or false: Memorial Day is the biggest barbecue holiday in the United States, with the Fourth of July not far behind.
True
False
2
When making barbecue, when do you apply a mop?
Before cooking
During cooking
After cooking
3
What exactly are burnt ends?
The crispy parts of a smoke beef brisket
Crispy cornbread bits
Slightly overcooked spareribs
4
What are the three main types of grill available in the US?
Electric, charcoal, gas
Brick, charcoal, electric
Charcoal, gas, and wood
5
After hours of cooking, the finished product in barbecue will have a layer of what on it?
Peel
Bark
Rind
6
What is the most popular food to grill on Memorial Day?
Hamburgers
Hotdogs
Pizza
7
In what barbecue region is a pig pickin' most popular?
North Carolina
Kansas
Texas
8
Briquettes contain an ingredient that lump charcoal doesn't. What is it?
Coal
Wood
Chemical additives
9
What is the most popular grilled side for Memorial Day in the US?
Potatoes
Corn on the cob
Corn bread
10
Which region of the US statistically holds the most barbecue cookouts?
The south
The northeast
The midwest
11
What percent of US households own a barbecue grill?
61%
81%
48%
12
What was Memorial Day initially known as?
Decoration Day
War Heroes Day
Patriots Day

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