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Holiday Smoking Tips – How to Cook Multiple Meats at Once

Holiday Smoking Tips

This is a great clip from our HowToBBQRight Podcast. We talk about how to cook multiple things at once for the Holidays. If you only have one smoker – or if you are cooking for a large crowd – there are a few tips that will allow you to prepare for your holiday cooking. These holiday smoking tups will work for just about anything – Turkeys, Hams, Pork Loins – and some of these tips are good for all kinds of smoking and grilling anytime of the year.

HowToBBQRight Podcast – Full Episode 30

Malcom & Rachelle Reed from talk all about the Turkey Recipe they did this week (3:00). Then we talk about preparing for your Holiday Cooking and how to cook multiple meats at once (21:15). Then Malcom shares his advice on managing big cooks for your Holiday cooking (46:38) and cooking Turkeys on electric smokers (43:20) Malcom Reed Connect on Facebook Follow me on Twitter Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Find me on Google+ Follow me on Instagram Buy Killer Hogs Products Here

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14 responses to “Holiday Smoking Tips – How to Cook Multiple Meats at Once”

  1. Kipp says:

    Hey Malcolm,

    Where do you get those large white plates at that you use in your videos? I have been looking for them online and can’t find them.

    • Gary D Sawyer says:

      I find a lot of my cooking apparel at a restaurant supply. Here in NE Dallas County TX our local
      purveyor is Ace Restaurant Supply.

  2. Lauretta Johnson says:

    Do you h ave a recipe to smoking turkey if you do how may I obtain it. thank you.

  3. Alex Brennan says:

    Hi Malcolm & Rachelle, a big hello from Ireland! I’m just wondering will you be shipping international Any time soon? I gotta get my hands on some of your stuff to try it. The tester pack looks brilliant, all your stuff does!

    Thanks, Alex.

  4. Tony says:

    Malcolm: what did you do with the stuffing that did not go in the turkey?

  5. Curt Johns says:

    Where do you get your ribs?

  6. Beverly Maricle says:

    What is the best rub for pork chops?

  7. John says:

    Thanks a lot for the tips, Malcom!

  8. Thomas Deyo says:

    Great! Thank you for such a nice information you have shared.

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