In this episode, I talk with Brian Halasinski and Kirk Hyust from Smoke Staxx Pans. If you’ve not heard about Smoke Staxx Pans, they’re a novel way to increase the cooking capacity in cookers like the Weber Kettle, Weber Smokey Mountain, Kamado Joe, offset smokers and more.
Like my talk with Chad at Kick Ash Baskets, this conversation with Brian and Kirk delves into the world of BBQ product design and production. I love these kinds of interviews because they allow me to get behind the scenes and learn from some of the successes and frustrations that eventually pop up.
Am I going to be making any BBQ products myself at any point soon? Um… no. But – we can all benefit by hearing stories like the one told here about the origins of the Smoke Staxx Pans brand.
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The BBQ Beat Podcast, with BBQ Podcast host Kevin Sandridge, shares all that’s good in competition and backyard BBQ and grilling. Guests include competition BBQ pitmasters, food industry insiders, BBQ and grilling product manufacturers, and event promoters from the US as well as abroad. If you love BBQ and have an appreciation for southern culture and live-fire cooking – this is the Barbecue podcast for you.
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