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The Charcoal Snake Method for Charcoal Grills Including a Proper Firestarter. Keep consistent heat for as long as you need on your cook with a ring of charcoals complimented with chips of wood. (For a list of the items we use, scroll to bottom of description)
TIPS
- Place the charcoal so they are lightly touching each other
- Keep several inches of gap between the head and the tail
- Angle the wood chips toward the center of the grill
- For more smoke, add wood chips on top of the grate
- Top and bottom vents start half way open
- Practice a snake before doing an actual cook
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11/08/2018

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Corvette Ronnie
Corvette Ronnie 9 दिन पहले
So what temp does your grille typically run with this set up?
Gary Pitts
Gary Pitts महीने पहले
Nice job,Thanks
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ महीने पहले
Thanks for watching Gary. CHEERS!!!
Dennis Edwards
Dennis Edwards महीने पहले
What’s a realistic temp that can be targeted with this method?
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ महीने पहले
Depending on how large you make your snake the sky is the limit. With 3 on the bottom and 2 on the top I've maintained 325 for baking lasagna before. Thanks for watching Dennis. CHEERS!!!
Beanmachine91
Beanmachine91 महीने पहले
i love the smell and taste of molten fat and hot protein with collagen
Eve Berry
Eve Berry 21 दिन पहले
I can smell the amino acids as I read this.
John Hoover
John Hoover महीने पहले
You never mentioned whatsoever how to set the top and bottom vents
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ महीने पहले
We apologize for that. My bottom and top vents are set half way open although it doesn't really matter. This technique manages heat by restricting fuel instead of air. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
rb26dett
rb26dett महीने पहले
Would this hold around 275ish for around 6 to 8 hours? Thanks
rb26dett
rb26dett महीने पहले
@Whisky and BBQ Thank you so much for the response! Cheers
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ महीने पहले
Yup. Make your snake 2 on bottom and 2 on top instead of 1. Start of with 12-14 coals. CHEERS!!!
Parker Weatly
Parker Weatly 2 महीने पहले
I've tried this twice..the coals always went out.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ महीने पहले
Make sure all of your coals are touching. Alot of times people take "barely" in the most literal way. The coals need to overlay each other about 1/4 to 1/2 and inch. Don't forget to burn and learn and CHEERS!!!
SO LDN
SO LDN महीने पहले
ur dumb then coz i done over 30 briskets never went out
Dreadeye 757
Dreadeye 757 2 महीने पहले
Whiskey and bbq?!!! That’s an automatic sub
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ महीने पहले
Thanks Dreadeye. We've been on a break but new content coming soon. Thanks for being here and CHEERS!!!
Damage Dat
Damage Dat 2 महीने पहले
Haha I like the little pauses in between your sentences.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ महीने पहले
Thanks Damage. I'm not very intelligent so want to make sure I'm saying the right things. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
Michael Stanwyck
Michael Stanwyck 2 महीने पहले
So I did this with some pork ribs and had a hard time holding 275 for 4 hours. The bottom vent was open 100% and towards the end the top was open nearly 75% I did have water in the pan and I’m wondering if that held the temp down (if the water absorbed the heat). Do you put water in the pan? It also seemed to be hotter when it was smoking (first 2 hours). But that may also have been when the initial ignition coals were still lit. The ribs were good, but after 4 hours they just weren’t quite tender enough. Still pretty tight meat. Any suggestions?
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ महीने पहले
Add a second coal to the top. Make a 2x2 snake. It'll give you the extra horsepower. Thanks for the question and CHEERS!!!
Mathew Powell
Mathew Powell 2 महीने पहले
Done this method three times now and have had great results. Once with ribs then chicken and then making beef jerky.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 2 महीने पहले
Glad to hear of your success Matthew. CHEERS!!!
Jake Walters
Jake Walters 2 महीने पहले
How long does this burn until out
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 2 महीने पहले
On my 26inch kettle I get 15-16 ours. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
Michael Stanwyck
Michael Stanwyck 2 महीने पहले
Same setup whether you’re using a 22.5” or a 26”?
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 2 महीने पहले
Yup. Only difference is the burn tine.
Michael Stanwyck
Michael Stanwyck 2 महीने पहले
Cool. thanks for the lesson! (p.s.your charcoal bin link must have changed)
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 2 महीने पहले
Thanks for the heads up Michael. We'll take a look at it. We appreciate you watching and CHEERS!!!
Joe Garcia
Joe Garcia 2 महीने पहले
..Tom Cruise fan?
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 2 महीने पहले
Not really. Why Joe? Thanks for watching. CHEERS!!!
william marshall
william marshall 2 महीने पहले
I did this and couldn't get my temp over 200° with both vents open on a weber kettle
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 2 महीने पहले
Sorry to hear that William. Try adding a couple more coals to start or another ring of coals. If you're doing a 1x2 try a 2x2. Also, closing the top vent to half way will help as well. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
James Crawford
James Crawford 2 महीने पहले
Well, why wouldn't you take your time?
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 2 महीने पहले
Some people want a quick and easy setup. We're fundamentally lazy so we tend to agree. Thanks for watching James and CHEERS!!!
Darwood68
Darwood68 2 महीने पहले
Do they need to lightly touch?
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 2 महीने पहले
Yes, lightly touch the edges so that they catch the next when one burns down. Thanks for watching Darwood! CHEERS!!
Arachnophilia
Arachnophilia 2 महीने पहले
For the cheapo smoker I have don't think 8 or so coals is going to be enough. Only just got a decent probe though so maybe the cheap guage on top has been misleading. Hindsight I should have tried this method but am prob gonna stick to filling the bowl n then adding a full chimney stack. Have large chunks of wood which am gonna place on the edges.. Doing a vid which might be helpful to some. Thanks for this vid 👍
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 2 महीने पहले
Glad to hear this method have you done insight! Let us know how it turns out. CHEERS!!
Rich K
Rich K 3 महीने पहले
Man , I'm making some tasty meat with this method. I have a big charcoal grill so I use 2 rows on top of 2 rows. Hold 250 . I used a natural briqette charcoal that I bought at Wal-Mart for about 8 bucks. It burned at a nice slow rate. Kingsford tasted better but burned too fast. (Almost twice as fast. ( I did use a different combo of smoke chips so not a true test). The Kingsford natural with hickory, maple, and cherry was Awsome flavor. Gonna try the other coals with same chip formula. Good stuff.
Rich K
Rich K 2 महीने पहले
I did find out that if you get gready and put too much wood chips in , it makes the coals burn faster and hurts the flavor. This is the way I will smoke untill I get an actual smoker.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 3 महीने पहले
Hi Richard, we're happy to hear this method is helpful to you, that's what we're all about, sharing with friends! CHEERS!!
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 3 महीने पहले
Sounds like you've got it down solid Richard. I need to get some of the wood laced coal and give that a go. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
A Nowlin
A Nowlin 3 महीने पहले
I wish I could have seen what it looks like after it starts burning.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 3 महीने पहले
Hi A! Here's a video of the snake in use. It basically turns to ash and drops through the grate. in-vid.net/video/%E0%A4%B5%E0%A5%80%E0%A4%A1%E0%A4%BF%E0%A4%AF%E0%A5%8B-MvRTjYwovrE.html Thanks for watching!
william marshall
william marshall 3 महीने पहले
Wouldn't that open spot between the snake be a good spot for a tin of water?
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 3 महीने पहले
It is a good place. With how relatively small the "cook chamber" I find the moisture evaporating off the butt itself keep the cooking environment plenty moist. I do put a water pan under it for cooking beef ribs or chicken. Thanks for watching William and CHEERS!!!
Mr. HomeOwner
Mr. HomeOwner 3 महीने पहले
Thanks man - just picked up a Weber kettle 22" and I'll be trying this!
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 3 महीने पहले
Awesome to hear Mr. HomeOwner. Be sure to find us on Facebook and let us know how it turns out. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
Julian Kirby
Julian Kirby 3 महीने पहले
So, I was under the impression we wanted to get all the charcoal lit before we put stuff on, even for longer cooks, and just adding another half chimney of lit charcoal every couple of hours. Wouldn’t the continual ignition of the charcoal cause the meat to have that taste people talk about? I’ve never knowingly experienced the negative flavor people attribute to partially lit charcoal burning.
Julian Kirby
Julian Kirby 3 महीने पहले
Thank you very much! I am most excited to try this method
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 3 महीने पहले
The taste comes from having ALOT of coals starting. It results in a very dirty awful tasting smoke. This technique results in a very slow ignition. Quality coals using this method produce virtually no smoke. Thanks for watching Julian. CHEERS!!!
Mike Brown
Mike Brown 4 महीने पहले
Great video, easy to follow and learn this cool method. Looking forward to trying it out!
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 3 महीने पहले
Thanks for watching Mike. Be sure to find us on Facebook and send us some photos when you give it a try. We appreciate you being here and CHEERS!!!
Seventh Trumpet Tattoos
Seventh Trumpet Tattoos 4 महीने पहले
Please tell me we turned the mic in this time lol
Seventh Trumpet Tattoos
Seventh Trumpet Tattoos 4 महीने पहले
@Whisky and BBQ hahahah I've done stuff like that so many times in my videos. It always sucks when you do.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 4 महीने पहले
Yeah. I'd like to say we've gotten better at that...
Dionysius
Dionysius 4 महीने पहले
I have a big stainless steel dog bowl half full of water in the middle of my weber in between the snake coals, Boston butt above the bowl and let the fat drip in the hot water. I believe it helps keeping it moist
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 4 महीने पहले
I've done it that way too. It's relatively humid in Centeral Texas. I've found that if the humidity is above 70% I get moisture build up on the lid that drips onto the food. It's a great technique though. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
Bobby Walker
Bobby Walker 4 महीने पहले
i wonder how many dumbasses have tried this with Match light lol :)
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 4 महीने पहले
More than a couple....
eddie vanhalen
eddie vanhalen 4 महीने पहले
or just buy a smoker. interesting tho. I will try it
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 4 महीने पहले
Thanks Eddie. Some people don't have room for a couple cookers. We were just showing everyone how you could smoke some meats on a kettle. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
Thomas Davidson
Thomas Davidson 4 महीने पहले
Question....first great videos, love the passion But where did you get those containers for your charcoal
Tommy Mason
Tommy Mason 4 महीने पहले
Home depot
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 4 महीने पहले
Check the links in the description, all our stuff is available through those links. Thank you for watching Thomas, CHEERS!!
Bernie Wojewski
Bernie Wojewski 4 महीने पहले
Very cool
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 4 महीने पहले
Thanks Woje! We appreciate the sentiment and the view, CHEERS!!
Heavy Metalworks
Heavy Metalworks 4 महीने पहले
looks like a waste of time to me. I'll stick with a stick burner bar b q
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 4 महीने पहले
Sounds like a good idea, remember to share it to with friends! Thanks for watching, and CHEERS!!
JC
JC 4 महीने पहले
I tried this method in the past...the temperature was consistent and the cook went great...BUT the flavor from the charcoal slowly lighting wasn’t good!?!?!...I used Kingsford original
eddie vanhalen
eddie vanhalen 4 महीने पहले
What flavor are you referring too? Is this all in your head? I have never tasted any thing off putting about kingsford original even with slow burn technique. The only kingsford charcoal that is labeled not to add to lit coals is kingsford matchlight. Obviously. Whats the difference between professional and original as far as briquette content?
JC
JC 4 महीने पहले
Thanks I was wondering if the professional would be better
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 4 महीने पहले
I wouldn't recommend using kingsfor original. The Kingsford professional is a good option. Or try to find some all natural hardwood briquettes like the Weber ones or Royal Oak. Thanks for watching JC and CHEERS!!!
Christopher Ulrey
Christopher Ulrey 4 महीने पहले
Why dont the people in you tube videos say, " And now, a word from our sponcer."?
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 4 महीने पहले
The ones that are sponsored do.
daniel salach
daniel salach 4 महीने पहले
I came up with a new way to start a fire using the snake use a tealight candle get the fragrance free one its about the size of a peace of charcoal lite it and put charcoal around it and wood strips on top with some charcoal top of that did it one time and it worked well with ribs.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 4 महीने पहले
Nice idea Daniel. I'll give that a shot to see how well it works. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
Johnny Martin
Johnny Martin 4 महीने पहले
Nice. learned me something new. Thank you sir
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 4 महीने पहले
Thanks Johnny. Find us in Facebook and share some photos if you do our cooks. We appreciate you being here and CHEERS!!!
ItsMyLochnar
ItsMyLochnar 5 महीने पहले
MEATPROBETHERMOMETER
Tony J
Tony J 5 महीने पहले
Great video man. Very informative. Also, if you can't spare 5 to 10 minutes for prep time, then why are you grilling? Go to Texas Roadhouse or something.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 4 महीने पहले
We tend to agree Tony. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
Mikal Dmon
Mikal Dmon 5 महीने पहले
I don't own a chimney
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 5 महीने पहले
There's a video to show you how to do it without a chimney. Search our channel for how to light charcoal hack.
The Graceful Savage
The Graceful Savage 5 महीने पहले
great tip for using the weber chimney upside down!
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 5 महीने पहले
Ryan has an easy way of making things work. Thanks for being with us on this journey Savage, and CHEERS!
Tom Horsman
Tom Horsman 5 महीने पहले
That's interesting!
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 5 महीने पहले
And it even works if it gets screwed up... We'll show you this Saturday at 10! Thanks for watching Tom, and CHEERS!!
Kevin Noll
Kevin Noll 5 महीने पहले
Snake method is the best method for a long cook in a kettle. I use this method all the time. Ribs, pork butt, roast beef... anything that takes longer than a couple hours. Anyone who complains that this takes too long, is probably a bad cook. Any good cook will take the extra 5 or even 10 minutes to make sure everything comes out right
Kevin Noll
Kevin Noll 5 महीने पहले
I also rotate my grate as the cook goes on. Try to keep the heat centralized to the meat. Every hour or so I'll make minor adjustments, like when spritzing ribs
John Dipietrantonio
John Dipietrantonio 5 महीने पहले
Don't worry about the haters
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 5 महीने पहले
We aren't John. We like hearing everyones opinion. But in the end, we're just idiots having fun. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
NetGawker
NetGawker 5 महीने पहले
I watched this thinking I was about to learn something. I wish I could get my time back.
Steve Just Saying
Steve Just Saying 5 महीने पहले
That was my feeling at first also, then, I realized this method is for smoking the pork butt for the follow up video! The snake method prolongs the cooking time to smoke the meat. I wish the title could have been more clear on that. It's not for regular grilling.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 5 महीने पहले
Sorry Net. The video was meant to show how to set up a charcoal snake. What would you have like to have seen in the video.
Suzi SaintJames
Suzi SaintJames 5 महीने पहले
Dude! It shouldn't take 15 minutes to start 6 briquettes. Next time get out your blow dryer or heat gun and add oxygen to your chimney! ❤🌅🌵
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 5 महीने पहले
I agree D Gosselin. I just can't remember the last time I had a newspaper at my house. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
D Gosselin
D Gosselin 5 महीने पहले
The suggested starter is newspaper. Works very well.
Suzi SaintJames
Suzi SaintJames 5 महीने पहले
@Whisky and BBQ , lol I thought you were going to say everything in Texas is bigger, so we use a leaf blower! 💝☀🌵
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 5 महीने पहले
Hi Suzi, you're quite right. Here in Texas, however, life is slow, and it takes longer to do everything 😂 Thanks for watching, and CHEERS!!
John Laws
John Laws 5 महीने पहले
I would have liked to see it after it hot going good!
John Laws
John Laws 5 महीने पहले
@Whisky and BBQ Duh Huh thanks man sometimes I'm a little slow 😂. Thanks I'll check it out for sure, I'm definitely impressed with the concept.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 5 महीने पहले
At the end of the video we have a video linked of us doing a porkbutt using this method. Feel free to check it out. CHEERS!!!!
Sheryl Bawa
Sheryl Bawa 5 महीने पहले
Too much bloody talking ...in the end you showed us nothing....worst video ...more hype than anything
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 5 महीने पहले
Sorry you feel that way Sheryl. The video was meant to show how to do the grill set up. There is a video card at the end of a Pork Butt being cooked using the snake method. We felt it was better to break the 2 videos up rather than having a half hour long single video. Thanks for the feedback. CHEERS!!!
Critica1Bi11
Critica1Bi11 5 महीने पहले
I like a big pile of charcol biscuits. Burn them hot and let them die down while you drink. Then cook...or just keep drinkin.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 5 महीने पहले
Also an affective technique. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
Darren Pickens
Darren Pickens 5 महीने पहले
Would you recommend doing a rack of ribs with this method? If so, what adjustments do I need to make? I have a Weber kettle grill but it is only 22 inches.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 5 महीने पहले
You most certainly can do ribs this way on a 22. No adjustments needed. If you're only doing 1 rack I'd recommend the dual snake method. We have a video of that somewhere. Thanks for watching Darren and CHEERS!!!
Pirate1975
Pirate1975 5 महीने पहले
If you don’t have 5 minutes people... then you don’t know real BBQ.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 5 महीने पहले
Hahahaha. Be nice Pirate. Some people prefer instant on. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
Gfood
Gfood 6 महीने पहले
cool
Gfood
Gfood 6 महीने पहले
@Whisky and BBQ Greetings friend I'm new around here this is my channel if you like to take a look and support your channel is very good I like you have my subscription
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 6 महीने पहले
Thanks. CHEERS!!!
Daniel Haddock
Daniel Haddock 6 महीने पहले
Couldn't you also just put a starter cube at the head of snake, and start it that away?
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 6 महीने पहले
Indeed Daniel, good observation. There are multiple ways to start the snake, a cube could probably work just as well. Thank you for being a party of this, CHEERS!!
justadbeer
justadbeer 6 महीने पहले
So am I the only one that thinks that freshly lit charcoal briquette's have a distinct ammonia smell to them? I really like this idea and thought about using hardwood charcoal, but IMO, the hardwood stuff burns super hot as compared to briquette's. Thoughts?
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 6 महीने पहले
We have a video on setting and marking the intake and exhaust dampers. Evan just pulled a brisket he started last night at 10 on his 22" kettle. Based on the damper settings in the video, he set the bottom (intake) at 2 (about half open) and the exhaust at 3/4 open... this ran his snake for 10 hours at 225. Charcoal Briqs stacked two wide and two tall.
justadbeer
justadbeer 6 महीने पहले
@Whisky and BBQ - I agree. I would probably have to play around a bit and figure out the best settings for the dampers. Thanks for the quick response brother
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 6 महीने पहले
You're probably correct on both accounts, depending on the type of briqs used. Keep in mind, fire can only burn the oxygen it is supplied. Control the oxygen and the fire is restricted, keeping your temps in check. Thank you for being a part of this! CHEERS!!
Lenny Gerber
Lenny Gerber 6 महीने पहले
I just went and got a 22 in Weber Smoky Mountain don't need to do any of that just dump the charcoal in lighter chimney dump it on top let it rip burn about 12 hours in a bag of charcoal 225 250°
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 6 महीने पहले
Congrats on thd WSM Lenny. They're good cookers and fun to use. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
Cenmass
Cenmass 6 महीने पहले
Learn to grill like a good old boy. Throw some wood in that burn until its coals while you drink beer. Throw on some meat drink more beer. You suburban city boys can over complicate a wet dream.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 6 महीने पहले
Learned how to grill over open coals growing up working ranches in East Texas. We do enjoy beer while we're cooking. If wet dreams don't involve new techniques and things not previously experienced you're doing them wrong. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
Jason Fowler
Jason Fowler 6 महीने पहले
All I got to say is of what kind of wood
Jason Fowler
Jason Fowler 6 महीने पहले
@Whisky and BBQ if you don't learn at the least one thing a day then what's the point of leaving the house
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 6 महीने पहले
Glad to hear it Jason. Burn and learn my friend. CHEERS!!!
Jason Fowler
Jason Fowler 6 महीने पहले
@Whisky and BBQ , y'all taught me something new to try that I have never seen before so thank you sir /s!
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 6 महीने पहले
Pecan Jason. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
cardboardorigami
cardboardorigami 6 महीने पहले
I tried 7 coals. Do not recommend, stick to 6 or 8!
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 6 महीने पहले
Appreciate the tip. Different types of coals will give different results. Just have to burn and learn. CHEERS!!!
john smith
john smith 6 महीने पहले
Wow. So technical. Play by play absolutely riveting. Jolly good show
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 6 महीने पहले
Thanks John. Appreciate you being here. CHEERS!!!
scott cramer
scott cramer 6 महीने पहले
WTH dude, I use 15 to 20 coals MAX when i slowcook a pork butt for 12 hours. What a huge waste of time and charcoal. Get a better more insulated grill. Thanks for wasting my time.
Jerry Frost
Jerry Frost 6 महीने पहले
I can buy a lot of charcoal for the $500 you probably spent for that ceramic Green Egg. Most people do not have that much money to spend.
scott cramer
scott cramer 6 महीने पहले
Shut the hell up, you can think what you want im just a realist. Why waste over 100 coals which is 1/3 of a standard bag of coals when it only takes 20 percent of that to do the job.
B H
B H 6 महीने पहले
Hey Scott. Guess what? You could have ejected from the vid at anytime! You are the master of you’re own time and viewing selection. Don’t blame him for ‘wasting your time’. He’s providing entertainment for people to choose or not. Pound sand
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 6 महीने पहले
Sorry for wasting your time Scott. I've heard great things about kamado grills. I love cooking in my kettle and wouldn't trade it for the world. Thanks for watching and CHEERS!!!
James Lyon
James Lyon 6 महीने पहले
So, how often do you use whiskey in your marinade?
James Lyon
James Lyon 5 महीने पहले
@Critica1Bi11 I add it on about all my beef, pork, or poultry when I grill. Everyone loves it.
Critica1Bi11
Critica1Bi11 5 महीने पहले
You let the alcohol evaporate first by very low heating marinade.
Whisky and BBQ
Whisky and BBQ 6 महीने पहले
We haven't that much James. We should start but you have to be very careful. The alcohol can oxidize meat pretty quickly. Thanks for watching James and CHEERS!!!
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