Fantasy Football Draft Party – Season 3: Episode 25

HowToBBQRight Podcast Season 3: Episode 25

Fantasy Football Draft Party

Malcom talks about hosting his Fantasy Football Draft Party and all the food we cooked, moving into our new HQ and grilled Fajita Night

This week on the HowToBBQRight Podcast, we talk about Malcom’s Fantasy Football Draft Party (1:18), when he started playing Fantasy Football (5:17) and why the draft parties get better every year (9:11).

Then we talk about how Malcom cooked his Jerk Mon Pork Sliders (10:56), how to assemble a great charcuterie board (17:11), Chell’s Jalapeño Cheese Football (21:05), we talk about what made those Spare Ribs so good (23:29), and how Malcom cooked the Tri Tips with a reverse sear (30:18).

Then we talked about what it took to plan this party (36:03) and how difficult it is to cook the Carolina Meatballs (39:31). Finally we talked about our new HQ (43:32), Malcom’s run on Sirloin Steaks (47:40) and our Fajita Dinner night (50:30).


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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