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Explanation: If you don't want to leave it as "churrasqueiro" I'd use "barbecuer" over "barbecue man"
When local barbecuer ''Famous''Dave Anderson opened this restaurant, he created a mock-up of a Chicago ... twincities.citysearch.com/profile/5583551/ ?cslink=search_best_rating_noncust&ulink=boc-results_5_sear...
Historically, however, Kansas City's first recorded barbecuer was Henry Perry. Perry started working out of an old trolley barn at 19th & Highland and, by 1908, was serving up succulent slow-cooked ribs on pages of newsprint for 25 cents a slab.