Definition of Barbecue pit
1. Noun. A pit where wood or charcoal is burned to make a bed of hot coals suitable for barbecuing meat.
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Literary usage of Barbecue pit
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1. Bolivia by Vivien Lougheed (2006)
"A camping area has two gas-heated showers, separate toilets in a modern tiled building, a full kitchen and a barbecue pit. If the conditions are good, ..."
2. Explorations Into the World of Lewis and Clark: 194 Essays from the Pages of by Robert A. Saindon (2003)
"In addition to the small fire features, the excavations exposed what Caywood described as "a large barbecue pit," an area twelve and one-half feet long, ..."
3. Explorations Into the World of Lewis and Clark V-3 of 3 by Robert A. Saindon (2003)
"in addition to the small fire features, the excavations exposed what Caywood described as “a large barbecue pit,” an area twelve and one-half feet long, ..."
4. ...The American Boys' Handybook of Camp-lore and Woodcraft by Daniel Carter Beard (1920)
"THE BARBECUE-PIT Is used at those feasts (Fig. 114), where they broil or roast a whole sheep, deer or pig. At a late meet of the Camp-fire Club of America ..."
5. Adventure Guide to Trinidad & Tobago by Kathleen O'Donnell, S Harry Pefkaros (2000)
"The pretty inside dining room has been closed, and a barbecue pit, pool table, and dining area are now outside under a palapa. Peacocks still live under the ..."
6. Adventure Guide Maui by Sharon Hamblin (2005)
"They also have "lava grilled fire sticks," which are skewers served over a little barbecue pit at the table. The Indonesian chicken satay has a delicious ..."