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You’ll Never Guess This Common BBQ Danger HealthyWomen Editors. 03 Jul 2015 Nutrition & Movement. THURSDAY, July 2, 2015 (HealthDay News) Before you bite into that grilled burger, you might want to ask the chef whether a rusty old grill brush was used to clean the barbecue.

Wire bristles from grill brushes can snap off, land on the grate. Barbecuing produces carbon monoxide (CO) which can be harmful and deadly. For this reason, never use a barbecue in any enclosed or partially enclosed area such as. 5. Never use petrol or paraffin on a gas barbecue – just use approved barbecue fuel.

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That event got me to thinking of entering some barbecue competitions to promote our family’s barbecue sauce.

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The meat was spaced between the fires to avoid any smoke.

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A woman who came to see me thought she was going crazy, because she constantly smelled the scent of barbecued ribs; since her husband’s death, she hadn’t even fired up the grill.

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  • Pringles are good but I prefer the Lays Stax. Better tasting and crispier and cheaper than Pringles. My mom won’t touch them cause she won’t eat Fake chips. Yes they are fake. They are made with potato flakes. Both pringles and stax are made with the flakes mixed with other ingredients to make the “Dough” or chip.
    I like them cause they don’t have co2 in the bag taking up 50% of the bag. And not greasy.

  • Why boil in bag, when you just put those noodles in water? You are actually making one extra step by adding bag not saving time, which is what hacks are for….����‍♀️��

  • OTro video del que no conocía recomendaciones y tips para guisar, thanks a lot I ddin’t know about this information, I liked, hi from Mexico City

  • Puts bacon strips down.
    Aight cool. Look at all the bacon
    puts cheese down
    Oh yeah. Dump more of that
    entire corn. And wraps it up
    Yo. It’s still got the cob in it. AY YO IT’S STILL GOT THE COB ON IT!!

  • Late to the party but I bought that same brush except mine has a scraper and it’s garbage. I use a wire brush first and then run the coil brush over it after. Seems to work for me.

  • Great show. Karen your questions about housing Ford Ray the ones about the black owned banks with great. I especially love the question about financial literacy in the public education system awesome show thank you president Boston have a great day enjoy your show off as

  • If you smell a plume of propane lingering around your grill dont push the igniter. It’s just common sense. If you dont have any your probably going to burn your face of with charcoal as well.

  • eh they’re smol, id just kick em and roar at them in a low pitch.

    also, i have a german shepard and a big lab

    if there was a pack of them i would @!#$ myself though ;-;

    if that thing touched my month old puppy though i would beat it to a living pulp

  • 5:18
    Oh snap!
    I dont have griller for my bbq party-
    Welp,I have no choice but go to shoping mall and take a shoping cart.
    DeFeNaTlY nOtHiNg Is WrOnG wItH tHaT:)

  • a couple of days ago I was cleaning my Weber grill grate and I have to admit it needed it real bad. I was using a wire brush and it was cleaning pretty good until i noticed i had worn down the bristles. The majority of the bristles were on the ground where I was working. I will never use a wire brush again. So take care of your grates. I will clean my grate when I am done barbecuing and it is still hot.

  • I dont think anyways pointed out how she couldnt have smelt the propane. Propane has such a strong odor I cant imagine not being able to smell it. She probably did, but didnt know what it smelt, ignoring the fact.

  • I’ve changed half way. I still use the wire brush for the heavy work, but then I go back with the wound wire brush, and then…wipe everything down with an oiled rag. Inspect the rag, and get to grilling.

  • I’ve done this ✅ one time when I was with my dad, and we drove to the house �� we saw a coyote at the front yard, we were still in the car thought. Another time at night when I was sitting on the edge of the wall that holds the grass and dirt on the other side I saw a coyote walk across the sidewalk beyond the street. How did I survive you ask? I didn’t get up or walk and just watched the coyote pass.

  • Σε περίπτωση διαρροής δεν ανάψετε ούτε φώτα ούτε φωτιά την εστία ούτε κινητό τηλέφωνο ανοίγετε πόρτες και παράθυρα και βγάζετε με μεγάλη προσοχή την μπουκάλα του προπανιου έξω μέχρι να επισκευαζαστει το πρόβλημα της συσκευής του υγραερίου η έχει ξεχαστεί ανοικτή στην Ελλάδα γίνονται πολλά περιστατικά πυρκαγιάς και είδηκα σε ένα εστιατοριο στην Καλαμάτα πήγε η βλαμμένη η γυναίκα του ιδιοκτήτη του εστιατορίου να κάνει αλλαγή μπουκάλας προπανιου και δεν την έβαλε βιαστικά λες και έβαζε μικρό γκαζάκι με αποτέλεσμα να αναφλεγουν απ την διαρροή του προπανιου που είχε εξαπλωθεί σε όλη την κουζίνα του εστιατορίου και έκαψε τις 3 γυναίκες μαγειρησσες και διστυχως ήταν νεκρές γιατί το εστιατόριο δεν είχε μέτρα ασφαλείας οι φιάλες προπανιου πρέπει να εγκαταστουνται έξω στην υπεθρο η εγκατάσταση τους σε αυλές οι ταράτσες όχι μέσα στην κουζίνα του καταστήματος η εστιατορίου είναι επικίνδυνο γιατί υπάρχουν φωτιές πολλές στο μαγείρεμα και επισεις ούτε αισθητήρα καπνού δεν έχαν ούτε αυτόματη πυροσβεση ούτε ανιχνευτές εκρηκτικών αερίων που είναι υποχρεωτική η εγκατάσταση τους για σιγουριά και για την ασφάλεια του προσωπικού και του εστιατορίου ούτε συντήρηση στα μιχανηματα ούτε τίποτα για αυτό την πάτησαν στην Καλαμάτα το περιστατικό έγινε 3 φευρουαριου του 2019.

  • Great video, it hit really close to home for me. My wife had to have a procedure to remove a piece of metal from her throat. Never again!!

  • I published a video tonight in which I recounted my own experience with rogue bristles from my recent cook, and I mentioned your recent video above on the same topic and linked to it. This is scary stuff. Hoping the more YouTube guys who say something, the more BBQers will switch to something safer. It just isn’t worth the risk. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dP9gUnsGwQ

  • When the pilot light used to go out in a strong wind on our water heater, it turned off the gas as well. Maybe they can fit such a device to bbq’s?

  • It was pretty good until you got to the nest load and hot dogs bleck!!! Then more meat loaf cooked up with toxic aluminum! Perfect! Not!

  • My dog almost got killed bye a coyote but my dog ate it because it’s a jermen shepherd and I took a dolbermen dog to I have to gourd dogs I took em both for a walk just in case u no there’s a lot of bad people out there stay safe

  • I actually like using dog in some of these recipes. Here in China, the meat is readily available. Having been born and raised in Britian for 25 years, eating dog is something that had never even crossed my mind before, but it’s amazing what other cultures can introduce you too.

  • Any recipe that includes bacon & cheese will always be good enough for me! All of that looked delicious & easy to make. Thanks for sharing. ����

  • Excellent show! There were so many nuggets of information (breadcrumbs), I had to listen a second time. Thanks to you and Seena for bringing on President Bostic.

  • don’t buy cheap wire brushes, always inspect the brush. and always look at the grate make sure its clean. I like that brush you have there. I be going out and looking for one.

  • My wire brush resembles yours but also changed off due to a Consumer Reports story. https://www.consumerreports.org/food-safety/wire-grill-brush-danger/

  • Unfortunately the Black so-called elites in these positions have not been educated or cultured to advancing the interests of Black people in these roles. This man and his peers are a buffer class who simply advance their class interests within the framework and interests of the dominant white power structure. While he provides his “suggestions” for payday loan alternatives Black folks are becoming a permanent underclass in America. Playing at the margins of this system has not and will not help us emerge from our current condition. We need transformative change in our economic system that repairs the damage done to the African American community over centuries.

  • I cook a lot for the church that I attend…. at Easter time alone I had cooked and sold several Boston Butts to help raise money for the church…. And, I kid you not…. My Pastor who I see, as being very much OCD…. had just recently had seen somewhere where someone had gotten a bristle enlodged in their throat…. He asked me if I had heard anything of it…. I think that I was kinda like you were…. until now, watching your video…. I went outside and looked at my wire brush…. although it’s different from the one that you were referring to…. it has short bristles on it…. I will be changing up too now…. and Thanks for the heads up…. I couldn’t stand something like that to happen to someone who would eat from My BBQ….
    Thanks again My Friend…. ♨️����♨️

  • Excellent Public Service Announcement Ry. We always think it is going be “the other person”, or “that won’t happen to me”.

    I believe you would better served with a coiled brush that is more narrow than the brush you demo’d that allows more pressure to be applied to the grates.

  • Charcoal ftw! And I feel bad for her, but isn’t it common sense to wait if any propane or gas operated cooktop to wait till you re light it….

  • If all else fails place whatever you cant cook on bacon. Next step add 1/2lb cheese garlic and one cup of lard. Attempt to wrap the ends of the bacon over the cheese, if this fails like it does for me just add more bacon or go for pork belly if you dont mind a bit of extra oil:) Grill for an hour or whatever, it doesn’t matter, you only live once! Enjoy increasing our health care costs!

  • Great interview! What are the odds I (we) would get an opportunity to hear from an African American who is the head of a Federal Reserve Bank? This interview feels like a rare find in some local mom-and-pop book store.

  • Grease fires are a big problem too. Clean it or run the temp to 500 degrees and let the grease burn off. If you never done that I’d recommend cleaning first as theirs probably a lot grease in their that will ignite. 5 mins is rule of thumb (I never wait 5 mins, less if you know what your doing and it’s well ventilated) if it doesn’t light and propane is smelled or expelled. Keep lid open and doors open to let gas dissipate while venting or lighting (Doors open for ignition and venting good practice). I have a propane fire pit and a Weber Genesis. Also always shut the gas off at the bottle. Not sure why people get lazy there but with the regulator connected the valve on the bottle is always open unless it’s turned off at the tank (no hose connection if you turn the bottle on nothing will come out, all tanks have a safety they will only expel gas with a connection). The grill or fire pit unfortunately can be less trust worthy than the knob on the bottle, turn it off when not in use. Check for leaks spray hoses and regulator area with bottle on yearly soap and water and a spray bottle or bubbles for kids. If it foams or bubbles up anywhere you need to replace the part. Any cracks in the hose will also signify replacement (don’t buy cheap grills). The odor additive will wear out over time. I burn all my propane within a year. But I grill a lot and the propane fire pit will kill a 15lb bottle in 6-12 hours. I wouldn’t go much more than a year on a bottle.

    All good advice not really overkill either. One more thing during a tank exchange look at the fittings pick the bottle with the cleanest ones. They respray the bottles too. A tank only lasts 12 years before it could become a potential hazard. Plenty of old ones in circulation. Try to get a clean one. Their are indicators you’ll pick up on. I’ve rarely had an issue but I’ve had some quirky tanks. Always the older ones.

    When opening the valve on a propane tank turn it till it gets loose and you don’t feel resistance. If you turn it till it stops you will reduce the flow as the valve will begin to close in the opposite direction. When turning it off turn it till it stops. Snug not tight.

    Regulators and bottles do have a pressure release on connection you may feel or hear a hiss as the regulator is primed when connecting a bottle. This is normal. Just make sure your bottle is secure and stable.

    Can’t believe I just wrote all that about propane but it’s good advice ha!

  • This is common sense, just as you would air out a house with an gas odor, you need air out the excess gas before reigniting a grill.

  • The brass brushes never looked “right” to me, so 30 years ago I began using a paint scraper, and I’m still using the same one. If one of those bristles come out, you’re going to see it. And the scraper on the end works well on the sides of individual grates, too.

  • I’m not saying that it couldn’t hapoen, I’m saying the likelihood is miniscule. I’ve been grilling for over 30 years as well. Before that, my brothers, father, and mother all used the wire bristle brushes. Never had an issue.

    I just replaced mine after over 5 years of use. I obviously cleaned it off, but it was still in good shape, so I kept using it. Was I just lucky? Or could the accidents just be chalked up to just a bad instance of the product? Out of the millions of these brushes sold, how many people have been injured? Killed? How many BBQ joints use the wire brushes to clean their cookers? How many people have been injured or killed by bristles from these eateries?

    If it was really that monumental of an issue, they wouldn’t be sold, period. If you’re going to be that scared, you better not drive your car, use pubkic transportation, drink a beer or ride an amusement park ride. Don’t throw people into a panicked frenzy over a few isolated instances. More people are injured or killed by automobiles in a month than have been injured or killed by wire bristle brushes in a year, by far.

  • I basically will take I don’t OD in my backyard is it a pet but I got comfortable enough that it will lay down next to me I can’t get it or it will snap at me there’s a random coyote that always comes to my house because we have a rat problem and what’s the time he can find bunnyIn my backyard so Kyle do you or Steve there until I come outside but sometimes I will just throw stick outside in the herd of coyotes will come not a hard the coyotes just like two or three

  • I never thought the tricks and cookery would end! Not a bad thing… i have a “holy shit…. i wanna do that….. holy shit… yup…. doin that Right NOW” hahahahah. Nice…

  • He’s not telling the whole truth, he leaving out a lot, it could be cause of the questions but he not speaking on how, and where it started.

  • You forgot The Competition:
    Since Pringles has done so well, it was only a matter of time before their competitors got in on the action. Lay’s has put out their version, called Stax. And even Walmart has a version of their own. No word if Pringles or Lay’s makes the store brand, but I wouldn’t put it past them.

  • My mom and I were hanging out in the middle of the city in a park when one ran right past us and went straight down to the river in the middle of the day. I thought it was a stray dog at first but it clearly looked more like a coyote then a pet.

  • Great and important topic.
    I have not seen the kind of brush you showed in sweden yet, but the have started selling a steel scouring pad that is fit on a handle. Not tried it yet since i bought it today.

    Thanks for making a video!

  • I had that problem a long time ago when I used paint wire brushes…
    Then went to similar brush you showed first, but now I think I will just ball up aluminium foil and use tongs to hold it.
    Thanks for the tip.

  • Well mine exploded and we couldn’t turn the grill off because of the flames so what are we suppose to do then my house got set on fire

  • I don’t agree with his statement about financial literacy, sounds like he’s regurgitating same old propaganda that allows the ruling class to appear as though they a re offering solutions but things stay t he same. Financial literacy will not help African Americans in this country when the white society stands on the pedestal of slavery, colonialism and neocolonialism. We were the capital that made white society what it is today. The stealing of land is also part of that dynamic as well.

  • I use a pumice stone. bought from a pool supply store. Intended for cleaning pool tile. It works great on my grills / grates Then I dab with some oil.. I agree about the dangers of the wire. Look up the amounts of “tooth pick” injuries. I bought these Grill Pinz. Invented by a Veteran.
    https://www.grillpinz.com/

  • This happened to me just today.. Thank our loving father for giving me extremely fast reflexes as I got away and suffered no burns.. I was only 2 feet away when it happened.. I saw the flame for a split second and when it was out.. i was 10 feet away and still standing. I didnt even feel myself move

  • I worked professionally in a kitchen for 15 years. This has been a long standing problem. Especially in commercial kitchens. You would get a wire brush and use it to clean the grill, and you can watch the bristles disappear over time. For that reason, we bought new ones frequently.

    To help combat the problem, down times and end of night cleaning was time to cover the grill and burn everything off down to metal on the grates, so there was never any sufficient build up for the bristles to stick to, thus ensuring that no find could pick up the bristles.

    That’s tedious and labour filled adventure, but I was willing to spend the labour to ensure customer safety.

    I have been using plastic bristles for a few years now. To stop them from melting I usually let the grill run long after I’m cooking, and everything stuck to the grates turns to ash, then I clean once cooled, and re-season.

    There has been a big push for companies pushing expensive wood scrapers to clean the grates. There are taking advantage of this bristle scare and WAY over charging. So if you want to go the wood scraper route, find a cheap one.

    I wanted to add my two cents to this conversation. But a big thumbs up to Ry for bringing this topic up, because there have been some horror stories up here and Canada, and a little awareness will go along way without having to spend $50 on a piece of wood.

    Thanks again.

  • She didnt smell it? Probably because the tank was about empty. You never leave a fire unattended especially propane. Her infant child never said mommy is on fire….b.s.

  • always cut the propane tank off and wait ten minutes before re-ignition. Also make sure your grill is clean in the base and grease tray and never use foil to get extra heat or you will come back to a grill fully engulged in fire and maybe you can cut the propane tank off before you hit it with a fire extinguisher or you may just die trying.

  • all of this isnt even cooking, it’s just unnecessarily mashing food together. notice how theres no real cooking method or real seasonings just use 3 basic seasons and mash stuff together with bacon meat cheese and sauce

  • I’ve become a big fan of grill bricks which I understand are common in cleaning flattops in professional kitchens. They are these big pumice-like blocks that are really effective at cleaning my grates.

  • Θέλει μεγάλη προσοχή είδηκα στα μπεκ του γκαζιού και στους διακόπτες και να ελέγχονται πριν γίνει η πρώτη δοκιμαστική λειτουργία της ψησταριάς υγραερίου.

  • Wow. ABC sure doesn’t want Americans to be grilling or BBQing, do they. Frigging communists. To avoid this, all you have to be is NOT AN IDIOT. Fuck ABC.

  • Yes ive heard this i use a small STAINLESS brush for welding it does not corrode or break. AFTER THAT i use a 1/2 piece of a onion to run over the grill its really a great cleaner as 10 seconds before you put the food on there. Carbon steel corrodes and will break.

  • Hey Ray, always a pleasure watching your channel why someone may ask? simple cooks, very informative, clear voice, and as I said before great teaching ability. also yu not all about just cooking yu add in other educational segments……….thanks for your live chart the other day

  • Last year i had to take my wife to the ER because she ingested a piece and it coursed its way into her intestine, She ended up getting 3 inches of her intestine removed because it perforated her intestine walls. So now i use a wooden grate cleaner if it breaks off it will burn away.

  • I just bought a quality Weber triangular wire brush, intend to buy a new one every year. After scrubbing hot grates, I will let grates cool and wipe with damp paper towel while still warm to remove any hard to see broken steel bristles. Not pressing too hard while scrubbing should help prevent bristles breaking off of brush.

  • When the hell are going tophase out propane tanks its so old world technology every year thousands of people are killed or burnt by these wretched things when we could be using donut tanks so much safer why? l really don’t understand?

  • She left the grill unattended. It is her own fault. Its not the responsibility of the manufacturer to control the elements or keep the flame going. If the lid was open, why were you running the grill? You preheat the grill with the lid closed….. You’re in the business to exaggerate & your story doesn’t make sense.
    I’ve worked for a major grill manufacturer & can smell a lie just like I can smell propane when it’s pooled up. Read your manual, they are given to you for a reason

  • I never spotted a coyote because I live in Virginia Mount Vernon Virginia not that mountain man funny Mount Vernon is not a mountain it’s a county it’s a city in the neighborhood where coyotes don’t live

  • That coiled wire brush should be dipped in water and the grill should be washed in sections. Try clear water just dip and scrub, dip and scrub, and see if the coiled wire brush works better that way.

  • Hi Ry. Tks for the video. I recently bought a brush by Grillbadger. Haven’t receive it yet. But according to the description, it so7nds like a good metal bristle brush replacement. When you have time, check it out in Amazon.

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  • But meeting a coyote is a cool experience like meeting a wolf so why would I try to scare it. If it attacks I can just punch it in the face.

  • Thank you for this video. I’ve been hearing about this a lot lately as well, but to much worst of an extent. I had tried the cleaning stones and didn’t like those. I’m going to check out the too you used in the video. I’ve been hearing a lot of people are using an onion to clean their grates, but not sure how well it works. Love to see a follow up on this showing other alternatives. Again thank you for this video. Keep up the great work

  • come to the Balkans to see how barbecue is made this is a big zero as opposed to what is done here

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  • The danger is a grill that has been running and some how the flame gets blown out or shut off. The safety device will not shut off the gas until the grill cools. Until this happens gas can flow. So don’t try to light a grill where the gas has been flowing. Turn the tank off open it up including any closed spaces and let it air out. Only then the grill back on normally.

  • Why not use the old fashioned campfire method…these grills are too unsafe. And charcoal grills are disgusting ��i dont like my food tasting like poisonous lighter fluid..����yuk. They need banned,they are bad for the environment.��

  • Good Morning everyone everywhere, please be safe and be blessed. ����⚘��
    Yall check your voter registration and fill your census out.
    Let your voices and choices be heard, like Stacy Abrams said.
    It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that change is needed.��

  • If the flame goes out, you should be thinking, oh no, there’s a lot of unignited gas here. Shut the gas off, and leave it for a few minutes, and it should dissipate… If you’re unsure, light it with the lid open from as far away as you can (use the built in igniter, or approach with a lit tool or something very slowly and carefully..). This just seems like complete ignorance. Somebody needs a man around there. Like a BBQ is magic, and there’s no possible way to predict it could flame up after the gas was open and unlit….

  • rafe and I were in the same harvard class. i am quite pround of his accomplishments. we were in the same freshmen dorm he was across the hall

  • I’d bet the vast majority of grill igniting disasters stem from users NOT FOLLOWING THE FIRING SEQUENCE found in the owner’s manual and sometimes stenciled on a section of the grill itself, inside the lid, etc.

    Folks just turn the first knob they can reach, and attempt to light it from there. By the time they actually figure that out, its’s too late heavy propane gas is already pooling in and around the grill box.

    Be safe: IDENTIFY YOUR PRIMARY BURNER and light it from there.

    If you are lighting additional elements, FOLLOW THE SEQUENCE. If you have more than two segments, DO NOT SKIP a segment. Light them in order, and turn them off after cooking, in REVERSE ORDER.

    IE mine is a dinky two element unit.

    1. I open propane tank FULLY counterclockwise, not 1/2, or 1/3 way like some people do.

    2. I open my front(primary) burner.

    3. I press the igniter button usually lights by the second press.

    4. After about one minute, I open my back(secondary) burner. It too lights up within a few seconds.
    If it does not, turn the knob off and wait another minute, then try again.

    5. When done cooking, I first turne off the back(secondary) burner, then the front, then close the main(tank) valve FULLY clockwise.

    DONE.

    The sequence is there for a reason, and may vary from manufacturer to another.

  • On 6:14 again I didn’t find the coyote it found me, but it didn’t come towards me. And lucky �� for me it didn’t get interested in me, because I wasn’t doing anything suspicious. ��

  • I’m learning biology+chemistry because i want to make the meat equivalent to pringles. An affordable artificial meat that is better than any other natural ones

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  • I’ve heard about this for years also. So I tried foil and tongs, but found shards of foil on the grates. Now I heat the grates in the oven, then clean with a wire brush, then rinse in the sink. It’s a lot to do but better to be safe than sorry.

  • This is highly amusing (except for the lady getting burned of course). I definitely did watch again as the doors blew open, albeit, I do wish they would have shown the footage in slow motion. I don’t know why but whenever there is an explosion caused by natural gas I find it highly amusing. One must learn how to respect such a volatile inert gas. ANGRY GAS!!!

  • I saw something like that as well but I just shrugged it off because I’ve been using them for years… We’re creatures of habit… I try grill or smoke at least once to twice a week, last thing I need is an incident loved ones out if habit.

  • I use charcoal when grilling but I also have been looking to get a flat top griddle that uses gas and stories like these scare me. I do have common sense but experience with gas is more key in my opinion.

  • I recently switched to that coiled style grill cleaner and I’m not fully sold on it. It takes considerably more effort to clean with it but I do like that it seems more durable.

  • Karen can you please in the near future have Runoko Rashidi on your Saturday class.
    He has a plethora of photos he has taken of Afrikan presence around the world. We must educate us because they have hidden our story for decades. Our story in no way begins at slavery here in Amerikkka. The e-mail is [email protected] hotmail.com
    Or DRRUNOKO.com

  • Came here after lighting the grill with the lid shut. The button to light it is right in the way of the small space on the side, so F to my entire hand

  • If you want heart disease and diabetes, make sure you always have these in your pantry. Feed them to the resy of your family as you glote about not smoking cigs. Tobacco isn’t the leading cause of death. Diet is. But they are both bad.

  • riously guys, it’s not that hard to grill on charcoal. It literally takes like 5-10 minutes to get red hot coals if you have the right equipment (blower).
    If you can afford a propane grill then you can probably afford an electric blower.

  • Great advice and I wish more people would do the same. I stopped using them the moment I heard a story similar to the one you mentioned.

    When I talk to people about it they shrug it off and say “this has never happened to me so it’ll be fine” a view which can be compared to not taking out any insurance because a claim has never been filed before. It’s better to be safe than to have to face the problem when it comes along.

  • Thanks for this.  I’ve only recently gotten into grilling. My understanding is a brush in which the bristle are more securely held in a twisted wire thing, like Weber’s 6493, are better than ones in which the bristles are just stuck into a wood base but maybe not.  I also have a brush that is basically a steel wool disc that gets screwed onto a handle through a hole in the middle of the wool.  Have not been able to find a similar brush that “America’s Test Kitchen” recommends.

  • I bought a 1″ x 6″ x 6′ untreated cedar board, and with my miter saw and jigsaw made 6 wood paddle scrapers. They work quite well, and each one lasts a whole BBQ season. Cost is about $1.50 each.

  • Pringles were so much better in the 90’s. I have found the the Sour Cream and Onion Pringles were a lot more flavorful in the 90’s than today. They also had the little green bits of chives on them as well. Personally, I prefer Lays Stacks over Pringles.

  • I made the change a few months ago. Too many stories like yours popping up. I just ended up using balled up aluminum foil and tongs. Works pretty well.

  • Pringles in Australia are now made in Malasia and taste like cardboard soaked in palm oil. I used to love them but now they are disgusting. The can off the old ones would taste better than the chips do these days.

  • I do not trust this guy ����‍♂️ fed reserve is shady, if its a central bank wing, then it is not even a government office. They’re just loan sharks holding us hostage.

  • I keep wondering why no one at the Pringles company ever thought to make a collapsible can.  I mean, I know it’s possible because they have other containers that are collapsible like bowls and glasses.

  • Maybe, per you zero common sense liberals one should be required to obtain a Grilling License which includes training, and a mandatory waiting period prior to purchasing a propane grill.

  • I have been aware of this, so I used wadded up aluminum foil. Then I read a few articles about the hazards of cooking in aluminum cook ware. Since some grates are cast iron, foil can be rubbed off by those grates, and get in the food, so Im going to try this type of wire brush. I am glad to learn about it. Thanks Ry.

  • On 5:53 is he saying it like if I come to the coyote? Because when I saw the coyote when I was out of the car the coyote came to me, but not towards me.

  • I just gave up wire bristles last Saturday. Had no less than half a dozen bristles fall out while pre cleaning my new offset before my last video. Luckily, I had a piece of tin foil below the grate I was cleaning and the bristles showed up there. I was mortified. Took great care cleaning the grates and was still super paranoid eating those wings later that day. I need a solution for expanded metal grates and am still thinking on what will be best to use. I may make a video on this problem for other guys like me who have expanded metal. That zig zag is really hard on bristles. Thanks for making this video!

  • I have a see animal and that strange animal is a coyote I sought on my window there’s a mountain and it was on the mountain one to your house in a dream they were playing soccer and I fell off the mountain but it’s not a ��

  • I’ve actually seen a coyote more than 1 it probably killed deer because I saw deer feathers loafer or hair whatever you wanna call it

  • Everyone demanding free health care for their clogged arteries yet keep on eating dangerously. Big Pharma loves unhealthy American’s.

  • ma perché dovete fare questi video senza senso. Lo sapete benissimo anche voi che tutto quello che fate vedere non ha senso e non è utile. che grandi che siete!

  • Check your gas bbq before you use it and replace any worn broken or cracked tubing, and never ignite with the cover closed. If the bbq doesnt light, turn off the controls, let the gas clear a few minutes and then try again, following the manufacturers lighting procedure. It might need a couple of attempts particularly if the gas bbq is new or if you’ve connected a new gas cylinder i.e. the air needs to be purged to allow the gas to flow through the gas pipe and burners.

  • ‘Federal’ in The Federal Reserve Bank is just part of the trade name. There is nothing federal about this bank. It is not a part of the government. It is a part of the global network of central banks.

  • I have always been told that the Federal Reserve is enslavement and illegal because we can never pay off that loan. If I print the money and tell you. I’m going to print 1000.00 and spread it around, and at the end of that loan contract, the world will owe me $1000.01. Where does that $0.01 come from? I only printed $1000.00. So the loan can never be paid off because the interest is unplayable.

  • Don’t eat the flesh of innocent animals if you want to go to heaven. Munch on if you like purgatory……..or hell. Free advice from Grub Guru.

  • Completely agree. So glad someone made a video on this topic. There are to many cheap made bbq cleaning products being sold by discount stores that are not safe. Food prep safety is so important and is overlooked way to often. Great video!

  • I’m going to say that they’re very crisp because a chip would be a thin slice of potato deep fried and I believe is the Pringles are paste that is shaped into familiar shape and deep fried

  • This man took not knowing how to cook and sandwiches to the next level. I can see the allure for non cooks. Nothing here is best bbq though. Very unique though. More like best stoner bbq.

  • This just happened to me today and it singed my arm hair and kind of left a burning feeling on my knuckles it hurt for a little while until I put burn cream on it and it is still kind of there after 8 or so hours

  • Aren’t you supposed to rinse the grill after brushing it? Just blast it with the hose after scrubbing. I would never think of scrubbing and then cooking the food on the grill. That’s like scrubbing your dishes and start using them without rinsing. The lazy way comes out to be more difficult.

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  • There’s nothing to fear using a propane gas grill so long as you have some good sense about dealing with fire and fuel.

    And, it also helps if the grill is designed properly; many grills have the igniter built into the burner control, which means that if the fire goes out and the cookbox fills with propane gas and you turn the burner control to OFF, you may set off the igniter in the process, which could ignite the propane.

    When buying a gas grill, avoid models with the igniter on the burner control. The igniter should be a separate control.

    If you have a gas grill with the igniter integrated into the burner control, should the fire go out and propane gas builds up in the cookbox, turn the gas off using the tank valve and leave the burner control alone, then open up the grill. Turn off the burner control only after the propane has safely dissipated.

  • Whoever made this video cooks like a 4 year old. Average meats… REALLY BAD FLAVOR MIXES… and innovative layering… I wouldn’t eat this stuff if you put a gun to my head…. Frat Boy food at its finest. I am astounded at the people who think this is good food. Sauces, bacon and cheese erase or cover a lot of the mistakes here. Why expend all this effort if your’re going to eat bottled sauce, bacon and melted cheese? Just eat the cheese and bacon and drink the sauce. Try this instead of this incredibly sorry video… get a cookbook or cooking magazine… pick something you think you might like… hint.. start with chicken, it is very forgiving…. follow the timing, amounts and directions exactly… learn to read a thermometer take it out of the oven or off the heat 5 degrees before it is done and let it sit for 10 minutes….. eat…. your food is already better by a magnitude than this. This video is the adult equivalent of playing with food…. if that’s your gig, great, but, don’t confuse this with cooking. Does fresh sweet corn need cheese, bacon and teriyaki? I am no fan of vegetables but, if you need to dress up fresh sweet corn to eat it, you are in a very sorry place.

  • Thank you Ms. Karen Hunter for bringing education to the grass roots. I genuinely love how you infuse down home soul, scholarship and journalistic integrity. I catch every class with Carr, as a student of philosophy and theology, and would be very interested if this brother found time to either have class with you or dispatch someone to. Financial literacy is hit or miss in our community.

  • I have a hard time considering someone to be a “BBQ MASTER” when they grill with the rack on upside down in half of their videos, or when they place food on the rack going the wrong direction (parallel vs perpendicular).

  • mine started on fire but it had nothing to do with how we lit it. I know better then to do this. o shut off my propane leaving the lines to the grill on and let it clear out over night when I’m done. and yea I will turn it off and wait cause I have seen people get it with the grill when I was little.

  • Wow… These are some of the best Vegan dishes I’ve ever seen on the web.
    Chopping and cooking those peppers in this way is so inspiring! Thanks for uploading this video.

  • Just to explain the printing money concept and how in modern monetary policy does not cause the sudden hyperinflation that we expect is that this ‘cash’ is not real. What that means in a practical sense is this cash is not liquid circulating in the economy by enough people to affect inflation. Its is the case for other economies were the GDP to debt ratio is worse than US.

  • Why is it that the POTUS is so wildly ‘not smart’…..when there are so many great minds truly guiding important parts of this government??

  • I’ve always cooked my grates clean. Until everything stuck to it got crispy then brushed it off. I have noticed that over time the brush does shrink. Might reconsider what I’m using. Oh and don’t buy the cheap crap either, they fall apart

  • This is a great PSA. I fortunately haven’t had an issue but I became aware of this potential hazard recently. I have young children and got rid of my bristle brushes. It’s not worth the risk. Do away with bristle grill brushes. There are many alternatives. From store bought to crumpling up tin foil and using it to clean the grates.

  • I stopped using the stainless steel brush as mine was really dirty and needed cleaning. I washed it in a 5gal bucket and the pieces in the bottom of the bucket were numerous. After that, I tossed the brush and some kinda evil mojo from that bbq brush gave me a last jab. Walking back to patio near the bbq, I had a single wire bristle stick in the bottom of my foot. I went back to the old school wire brush from the hardware store.

  • I thought great new ideas for BBQ! Then the pork products roll out. Pork and I are not friends. Allergies are a real bummer! Great video as always, tho’!

  • Nylon bristle brushes work just fine. I’ve been using them since I bought a lodge sportsman cast iron grill. I didn’t want my wire brush to scratch the cast iron grates, and they actually work well.

  • You know a video about food is great when you want to go out and buy the foods mentioned in it! This is yet another hit out of the park! ��

  • my home is on bucking ham so I always see a coyote at night with my security cameras an also iv seen racoons in my back yard but just ignore it I leave my back yard in just a few mins

  • I think that the real problem with these cheap wire brushes is that people keep them for too long so they get rusted and they become dangerous.
    Better change them each year or as soon as they show signs of being worn out. As the one that is depicted in this video. Screw the old brushes on a 1×1 veneer and use them as a mud cleaner for your shoes. This way metal wire will end in your shoe sole and not in your small intestine.
    Another good habit is to pass a wooden barbecue brush after having cleaned the BBQ with metal to remove any wire that could have escaped the visual examination.
    In all cases prudence is mandatory.

  • How timely of a video. This past weekend I picked up a wooden scraper. I’ve seen some other channels use them and thought I would give them a try. I’ve been hearing more stories like that, and didn’t want to become a statistic too.

  • Why do people have barbecues outside without need.The food is mostly burnt on the outside and raw inside crap.The appalling smell wafts into the gardens of those who live next door. Haven’t these attention seekers got kitchens where the hygiene is a lot better.

  • So I also heard about the bristles coming off but thank God I never experienced it first-hand. I never clean my grill grate before a cook I’ll clean either right when I’m done cooking or the next day and then use a leaf blower to blow off any bristles that might have come off. It’s also a great way to remove any leftover Ash in your pit. Great video, great advice RY

  • Yeah, I had this happen to me when I was a short order cook. The bristle came off and ended up in someone’s burger. Fortunately they didn’t swallow it. Great advise, Ry.

  • Thank you Ry. Great public service announcement. I know this video was a couple years ago, but your video has spoken to me in several ways. I too have “dodged the bullet” even after many years. But now that I’m providing more and more BBQ & smoked food for fellow friends, I’m going to switch. Standard bristle brushes are becoming cheaper & cheaper [made] these days. Time to get the style you just showed. Thank you.

  • Thank you Karen for directing the conversation toward predatory lending a conversation the black community needs to continue to have about black wealth.

  • Wondering if any of you tried these recipes. Imho, a lot of these recipes dont come out as good as it looks in the video. Curious what did work and what did not.

  • After I did radiation therapy on my jaw I found it much easier to eat pringles instead of most other chips, they’re thin & crispy and if my mouth was getting tired I’d just dip them in tea to wash off extra salt and make it even easier to eat, and they don’t fall apart easy either.