For those of you who are new or just curious, here are the differences between grilling and BBQ.
Grilling, done over an open flame with direct heat, cooks food using either a gas or charcoal grill, placing the food directly above the flame until the food reaches the desired cooking temperature. While this gives you a quicker cooking time than BBQing, it does not bring out the full flavor of your food.
BBQ, done with smoke and indirect heat, cooks food using native hardwood, placing the food in the upright smoke box until the food reaches the desired temperature. A fire box is used to create the flame and smoke, and it travels through the pit or smoker to the smoke box. The meats and veggies are cooked low and slow. The smoke adds a unique flavor to whatever you are cooking.