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I use both. When I use barbecue, that implies that actual barbecuing will happen. I have noticed, however, that some say barbecue when fixing hamburgers, etc.
ThatsJustMarvelous ThatsJustMarvelous 31-35, F 19 Answers Jan 12, 2013 in Hobbies

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Cookout, BBQ is what the cookout produces..

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I barbecue, sausages, chicken legs and chops. Anything that is likely to burn too much or not cook thoroughly through, I finish by cooking in not cooking out!

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BBQ

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Barbecue is what I've used in place of the word cookout.

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I am from USA, it's mostly cookout unless barbecue sauce is involved.

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bbq

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never heard the word cookout<br />
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and i do not like barbeques<br />
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had several bad bellies from undercooked sausages, ribs and chicken thingies.<br />
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hence all avoided now.<br />
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respect, from robbie

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BBQ and charcoal grill , little habachi still have to get 1

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cookout.

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Barbecue. Though "grill" works fine. I have never heard "Cookout"

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Barbeque. A cookout brings a campfire to mind...

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nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo please noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo is usually what I say to both

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hahahhaaha. barbecue. <br />
NEVER even heard of cookout.!

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I usually say grill.

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Grill. Covers it all.

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