Gas BBQ is a dish of meat cooked in a wood pan or griddle that is wrapped in a bun and baked.
It’s a classic comfort food that is easy to prepare and takes about 30 minutes to make.
The idea is that it can be a great alternative to burgers, chicken nuggets and other fast food options.
Read moreThe dish was invented by Mary Elizabeth Williams, who is credited with inventing the gas grill in her book, The Gas Griddle Cookbook.
Williams, a cookbook author and a professor at Loyola University in Chicago, also created the classic BBQ sauce, but her version of the dish is one of her most famous.
She’s been called “the world’s greatest cook” and “the most important cook in history.”
Williams created the recipe in the 1930s, but she kept making it over time.
In 2010, Williams said she passed away in 2014.
“When I got sick, I was diagnosed with cancer,” Williams said in a statement.
“I decided to go back to my roots, which was the cooking of meat and vegetables.
I made the recipe with no heat, no heat at all.”
Williams said that her gas grill was based on a traditional barbecue recipe and it was a lot of fun to make it.
“Gas barbecue is a lot like the kind of cooking that you learn in the cookbook, and that was fun for me because I really didn’t have a good recipe,” she said.
“So I was kind of throwing it out there and seeing what happened.”
Williams has said she will not be returning to cook with the gas, but if she could, she would like to do it again.
She said she hopes the recipe could inspire others to try the meat.