For Michelin-starred chefs, the chance to get outside for some BBQ cooking, without the requirement for precision plating and cooking times can be a welcome break.
Of course, the primal need to char is as popular now as its ever been, and there are tons of restaurants worldwide dedicated to the art of BBQ in its various forms, from what some would say is possibly the best BBQ restaurant in the world, Franklin in Austin, Texas, to the best yakitori spots in Japan.
Below are eight videos exploring all of the above, including tips from top Michelin-starred chefs for how to barbecue, and just some straight up meat meets fire porn.
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