BBQ Gloves – Best Heat Resistant BBQ GlovesThis is best BBQ Gloves I’ve found for handling hot food and working with a grill and smoker. You can find White Cotton “Hand Savers” at most tractor supply and equipment supply stores or at HowToBBQRight BBQ Shop here >>> Nitrile gloves can be found at medical supply stores, Sam’s and other big box stores. or at HowToBBQRight BBQ Shop here >>> Best barbecue gloves I’ve found is to use a white cotton glove liner under a nitrile glove. This is the easiest, cheapest and most sanitary solution I’ve found. You still have feel in your hands with these gloves. You can grill with these grilling gloves. You can change them out for a clean one really easily. Best way to handle hot meat on a grill and smoker is with these White Cotton “Hand Savers” and black nitrile gloves. But you do need more protection for dealing with fire baskets, chimneys and hot grates. I use Heat Resistant BBQ Gloves that are safe against high temps (up to 932F/500C). The ones I use are Black cotton gloves coated with black silicone on both sides of gloves. You can check these High Heat Barbecue Gloves out here >> Malcom Reed Connect on Facebook Follow me on Twitter Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Find me on Google+ Follow me on Instagram
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I’ve watched quite a few of your YouTube videos and I am very impressed! If u don’t my, can I have your honest opinion of the yoder ys480? Does it hold an entire brisket? I am just a novice smoker and don’t plan on any competitions in the near future lol. Thanks in advance for your help and keep the videos coming!
Yeah, it will hold an entire brisket on a YS480. Plus you do have the option for a top rack that gives you more space. The Yoder is one of the best pellet grills on the market. If pellet grills are the right cooker for you – I would highly recommend a YS480. I’ve cooked a lot of cook que on mine. https://howtobbqright.com/pellet-smokers/
Any chance you could do some sort of a stuffed Porchetta video on a rotisserie setup? I really want to buy a rotisserie accessory- it’s a whole new ball game for me. You are the man. I’m a true follower.
Thank you for everything.
Erik in efland, nc
I have a recipe – https://howtobbqright.com/2016/06/02/smoked-porchetta/
I would cook it the same way – and I bet it would get a great, crispy outside on the rotisserie
What do you think of the new Rec Tec Bull 700 Pellet Smoker?
I haven’t checked it out, but I bet you can find some honest feedback on here: https://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/
I really appreciate your tips and ideas
On the video of you smoking a Texas style brisket (salt & pepper) on the Old Hickory charcoal smoker did you continually add pecan wood to the charcoal basket or did you only use some wood chunks at the beginning of the cook?
I add wood as needed. If I’m still in the smoking process of the cook and it needs more wood, I’ll add it.
I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW TO SMOKE SAUSAGE ON MY PELLET GRILL PLZ AND THANK YOU………….
You just put it on there at about 250 for around 45 minutes
I’m anew B. with a Masterbuilt40” smoker and want to learn all I can. What is the stall? I don’t understand.
It’s when meat stalls out around 160 in your larger cuts of meat. You just have to ride it out….
I am very new to world of smokers. I have recently purchased a traeger 22. Is it better to smoke salmon on a blank or just on the grill.
All depends on what you like – you can go either way. https://howtobbqright.com/2018/04/12/molasses-glazed-salmon/
Malcom, I’m considering getting a pellet smoker and like the easy cleanout and sear box of the Camp Chef Woodwind SG. Any thoughts on this particular unit and pellet smokers in general? I have been using a Weber Smokey Mountain 22″ but the amount of babysitting it requires to keep temps consistent makes me not want to use it. I have consistently high winds where I live. Thoughts?
It all comes down to what you want and your specific needs – https://howtobbqright.com/smokers-and-grills-2/
In the process of purchasing a smoker, I dont know much about smokers. Which one you’d suggest I buy. $300-400 range
For that price I would go with a Drum Smoker. But here is some info on picking the right smoker for you : https://howtobbqright.com/smokers-and-grills-2/
Do you have opinions on wrapping ribs, pork butt, etc in butchers paper as opposed to tinfoil?
I use both – just depends on how I want my final product to turn out
Your videos and recipes are “money”
Of all the smokers you have, I noticed you don’t cook using a WSM. I have a wsm – it turns out some good bbq. What’s your opinion?
They are great cookers. I’ve seen a lot of guys use them – and win – in competitions too. They turn out some great bbq
Love the videos, I have learned a lot by watching them. Thank you. I have learned it’s not what you are cooking on but understanding how the smoker/cooker you have works.
you are exactly right!