We have a YouTube Channel!

by Kevin on September 11, 2012 · 2 comments

My mom and dad said I always smiled at the camera.  Any camera.  I always found the camera, waved and smiled.  I didn’t believe this until they started pulling out old videos from vacations…and there I was…constantly popping into every shot, smiling and waving.

So…I like cameras.  And talking.  I really like talking.  SO MUCH, in fact, that I nearly majored in theatre.  I love being on stage performing…but reality got the best of me and I went into boring stuff like business and finance and such.  Ho hum.

But now I’m dipping my feet back into the pool of performance, talking, and cameras.  We have created an Extraordinary BBQ YouTube channel!  And oh yes, I’m loving every minute.

If you asked my sister, Karen, who filmed all the videos (and edited and added music and titles and posted and…) she would tell you that she was actually fairly disgusted by me.  Why?  Well…maybe because I never needed a second take.  Or maybe because I didn’t rehearse.  Or maybe because I didn’t write any scripts.  Or maybe because I thoroughly enjoyed myself and it showed.  Or maybe it was all these reasons combined.

Regardless, we’re having a good time filming them and I hope you enjoy watching them.  They’re intended to give you expanded knowledge on some of the techniques I discuss on this site and in recipes.  As you go through the site, PLEASE let me know what you would like to see a video on.  Seriously.  Please.  Because the more videos you request, the more I get to talk and be in front of a camera.  🙂

Here you go, the Extraordinary BBQ YouTube Channel:  http://www.youtube.com/user/ExtraordinaryBBQ.  You can click on any of these links in this post to get there, or on the right side where our list of other social media is listed.  So while you are at it, make sure you like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter AND sign up for our Newsletter!

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Andrew September 11, 2012 at 11:10 am

Very excited for these videos.

One suggestion for a video that I have is testing the “readiness” of the ribs. Pulling apart the bones and being able to test them. I know I have seen it before live and in person, but it wouldnt hurt to see again!

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Kevin September 13, 2012 at 11:48 am

Great suggestion, Andrew. That will definitely be a future video…it’s by far the most important part in nailing ribs and insuring they PULL from the bone, not fall off.

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