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Grilling Tips and Barbecue Tools Howto



This is a quick introduction by one of the BBQ Pit Boys on how to grill like a pro at your next barbecue. See some of the basic tools and tricks required, including an explanation about the indirect grilling method required for a “low and slow” barbeque.

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31 thoughts on “Grilling Tips and Barbecue Tools Howto

  • I would love to see a video about how you clean + maintain your various grills and your cast iron cookware

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  • You guys should revisit this. What tools you'd recommend today as far as dual probe thermometers or whatever.

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  • Ive been trying to learn how to get my temp at around 250-275 but no luck, I use more charcoal or I'll use less and still nothing. I open the vents all the way, half way, closed. No luck. Any ideas to what my mistake is ? No matter what it stays over 300°f

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  • The legs on my kettle are really too short for me, anybody got a link on how to mod the legs, or would I be better off building a cart?

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  • I tried to smoke some baby back ribs can't seem to get them to be tender I set up my grill like a smoker they are so tough. The temperature was at about 210-220 it's bin 6 hours and they are very tough. it's dissapointing I don't no what to do

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  • for beer you can have a Beer Koozie, ak Ozark Trail, yeti. or whatever brand you might like.

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  • thanks for the videos! I have been watching y'all for a while! learning a lot and getting ready to host a big family and friend bbq here soon!!!

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  • really good video! just watch how we get the best uruguayan ASADO in the whole world! we just use woods to get fire we dont need carbon.
    We are 4 uruguayan friends who have our own barbacue comunity! Uruguay noma
    muy buen video ! Sólo vean cómo conseguimos la mejor ASADO uruguayo en todo el mundo! sólo utilizamos maderas para obtener el fuego no necesitamos de carbono .
    Somos 4 amigos uruguayos que tenemos nuestra propia comunidad parrillera! noma Uruguay manga de gatos!

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  • just a quick note.. flew to Milwaukee for Labor Day.. BBQing going on.. saw the uncle BBQIng and just using his hands to turn over the hot dogs,buns ect ., I'm telling him.. dude!!! what are u doing?? ur going to get people sick .. was he grilling on very low heat., gas grill( the grill was reading -130 )..I told my wife., don't eat anything., just watch., he's going to send someone to the hospital., and the next day.. yeap.. one of the kids got food poisoning!! lol
    found out.. that they don't like wasting gas for grilling., so that's why they grill on very low lol
    so.. the next day.. guess who did the grilling?? I did lol had that grill at full blast(reading -600) everyone.. hey. wow!!!! that taste sooooooo good lol

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  • I can't get over just how good these transitions are. Cowboy hat, wagon wheel, oh man.

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  • I'm glad I'm not the only one who uses a chimney. Since moving to Klamath Falls last July, I decided it's time to get a grill going.

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  • I learned more from watching this video than any of the other ones. Thank you.

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  • Great tips for us changing from propane back to charcoal Thanks
    From Calgary Chapter

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  • I like this guy! Great tips. He also sounds like a mellow, cool dude.

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  • Thank you…the hinged grate is an excellent tip…I'm glad I watched this.

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  • What size grill do you use?… the Weber 22.5" or the 26.75"?? 

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