Smoking Turkeys and Cooking Hogs

HowToBBQRight Podcast Season 3: Episode 34

Smoking Turkeys and Cooking Hogs

Malcom talks all about the different ways to smoke turkeys, the Whole Hog cooking contest he has this weekend and the new Retail Shop

This week on the HowToBBQRight Podcast, we talk about Hot Apple Cider (2:21), Friendsgiving (7:33) and when to thaw and brine your Thanksgiving Turkey (10:41). Then we talk about a cooking timeline for Thanksgiving day (18:09), using bacon grease to baste (20:11) stuffing the cavity (24:04), Malcom’s turkey fail (29:18), why we called this turkey “The Norm” (34:47) and the most important thing when smoking turkeys for Thanksgiving (41:45). Then Malcom talks about his upcoming hog cooking competition (45:47) and our new retail store, Malcom’s Shop (53:41).  

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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2 responses to “Smoking Turkeys and Cooking Hogs”

  1. Kenneth Rrushing says:

    there was more butter turkey recipe

  2. james ingram says:

    Malcom when I first got my Big Green Egg I decided to smoke a Turkey for Thanksgiving. My buddy told me that smoking a Turkey was pretty diffcult so I told the wife I’ll get a 10 pound bird smoke it and take it to the inlaws probably won’t be very good so we’ll bring it home and eat over the weekend. I stumbled on your recipe for smoking a turkey, and brought home nothing but bones!! Guess who does the Turkey for the Holidays!!!!!LOL

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