HowToBBQRight Podcast Season 2: Episode 2
On HowToBBQRight Podcast this week, we talk about Brisket! We talk about Malcom’s recipe this week, “Brisket on a Stick Burner” (18:26). Then we talk about tips and tricks for cooking Brisket (36:42). And we take a trip down memory lane with Malcom’s first experience cooking brisket with Cousin Bob (40:10). Then we talk about the biggest mistakes cooking brisket (47:55). We also talk all the redneck things Malcom did last Saturday (1:20), what we cooked for Superbowl (5:52) and the lunch we catered at the house this week (18:33).
About Malcom and Rachelle Reed
We started HowToBBQRight in 2007. We didn’t know what we were doing… but Malcom loved to cook BBQ and I knew just enough about designing a website to build one.
Now we sell our own line of Killer Hogs BBQ Products and create weekly recipes for our HowToBBQRight YouTube Channel and website – and now we’re doing a Podcast! To us, it’s all about cooking delicious food and taking pride in everything we cook.
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Thanks for the great information tips and tricks Iam always learning something new.
Thanks for the education. Hada question from something you mentioned in the S2E2 Podcast in talking about some burnt ends you did that were over smoked but the rest of the brisket was great. You said you know what happened but never got around to telling us, could you share that because I did the same thing recently and not sure what I did wrong. Thanks
Love the rubs btw
If I’m remembering right we pulled separated the flat and continued to cook the point (cubed and uncovered). Wood was still burning in fire box because we were smoking ribs and the burnt ends soaked up too much smoke flavor. We should have protected the pan with foil to prevent it.