Barbecuing is traditionally done at a low temperature for extended periods, using burning hardwood as the heat source. That burning wood is also what gives traditional barbecue its great smoky flavor.
The word "barbecue" has for the most part come to be used for just about outdoor cooking style, or outdoor cooked food. And many believe that if it's covered with barbecue sauce, it's barbecue.
Whether it's traditional, or non-traditional barbecue you are after, there's a barbecue cooker that'll work for you. Below, you'll find information about different types of grills and smokers, including how to use 'em and what to look for when shopping for one.