BBQ on a Budget – Barbecue Doesn't Have To Be Expensive – The Wolfe Pit

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Who doesn’t love smoky, juicy and melt in your mouth BBQ? But sometimes whether you buy it or make it yourself barbecue can be expensive. But if you look for bargains they’re there and sometimes its darn near free! Like today’s video I will show you how to make burnt ends out of 2 chuck roasts I found on sale for less than $9!

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  1. TheWolfePit
    TheWolfePit says:

    Who doesn't love smoky, juicy and melt in your mouth BBQ? But sometimes whether you buy it or make it yourself barbecue can be expensive. But if you look for bargains they're there and sometimes its darn near free! Like today's video I will show you how to make burnt ends out of 2 chuck roasts I found on sale for less than $9!

    Visit – http://www.GrillaGrills.com for more information on the Kong and other Grilla Grills!

    SUBSCRIBE – https://goo.gl/6hkChx

    Help support The Wolfe Pit! – https://goo.gl/98hVCN

    Make a One Time Donation! – https://goo.gl/4BMDva

    Items I use in my videos – https://goo.gl/kah8h4

    Check out my other channel – https://goo.gl/P6H5ee

    Social Media Links:

    Website – https://TheWolfePit.Com

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/381019335339668/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheWolfePit

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewolfepit/

    Website: http://www.thewolfepit.com

    "Broken Reality" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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  2. XChromEmo666X
    XChromEmo666X says:

    I just wanted to say on behalf of US THE PEOPLE we hope you continue to make amazing videos!!!

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  3. Matt Roszak
    Matt Roszak says:

    I drink water out of the local river. People say I’m crazy. I’ve never got sick from it. It’s water not food but it’s in the food safety genre.

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  4. Rubicant
    Rubicant says:

    Dude…. I've eaten stuff out of the fridge that was wwaaaaayyyyyyyyy expired. Most dangerous food crime I've committed!

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  5. J Potter
    J Potter says:

    Cheap "BBQ" … cut or shred up several pounds of chicken breast, saute, drain, then simmer in bbq sauce of choice. Throw in a can of baked beans and a pound of frozen sweet corn. Continue sirring and simmering until all is piping hot and liquid has reduced to desired thickness.
    Eat with whatever bread or chips you prefer with your BBQ.
    Easy and quick to make in large batches, and easy to reheat. It's a cookout in a bowl! 😀

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  6. volfan1nga
    volfan1nga says:

    Dude. I want you to try SPAM burnt ends! I know you love spam and not only will you love it, but feed it to guests without telling them what it is and they will be floored because they will ALL love it! Cut a can of it into thirds two ways and then down the center to cut in half and you wind up with perfect burnt end size chunks. Spray 'em with Pam spray and hit 'em heavy with a good rub. Cook 'em low and slow till you start feeling the outside get hard. Then put 'em in a pan with BBQ sauce and stir 'em every 15 minutes until they get really thick and sticky. They disappear EVERY TIME!!!!!!

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  7. U Tubred
    U Tubred says:

    BBQ isnt supposed to be expensive. Youre supposed to buy the cheapest meat you can find so that low n slow can make it delicious

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  8. Jay Young
    Jay Young says:

    I'm.pretty sure laying your rub bottle on raw meat is a cross contamination wreck about to happen….really…serious about food? Sweet baby Ray's is for the masses….tastes like sugar and artificial smoke… terrible stuff…in my opinion.

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  9. dingle dooley
    dingle dooley says:

    Most dangerous thing as far as food safety- buying cheap meat! Only messing, I nearly ate my fone when you had finished cooking

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  10. Carol Riley
    Carol Riley says:

    thanks for all your videos! I soon, will be a loyal supporter. I have recently been told I have to have surgery and my diet will have to change. I look forward to your videos and will be utilizing some recipes you have pioneered. Thanks again!

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  11. ignfan4life
    ignfan4life says:

    If I found chuck roast for $1.49/lb, I'd probably never buy chicken again. I'm not sure I've seen them anywhere near that cheap before.

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  12. Ed G
    Ed G says:

    WOW where did u find chuck roast for $1.49 lb ? U sure there wasn't marks where a jockey was hitting it lmao !

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  13. Freddy Cunningham
    Freddy Cunningham says:

    The most dangerous thing I've done while cooking is leave the house in the middle of making fresh french fries when my ex told me to come smash and dash, I forgot I was even cookin and came back thankfully to only burnt up smelly ass fries and not a burnt up ass house lol

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  14. Don Camo
    Don Camo says:

    Sweet Baby Ray's makes me gag. I know it's popular, but I just can't stand the stuff.

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  15. trill full
    trill full says:

    this is the first time I’ve seen you chef ?‍? it up & I seen ur pics on IG an u fr cook like a pro ? I’d def like to see u do more of this ??

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  16. eddieh1530
    eddieh1530 says:

    This is good to know, thank you. May I ask why you use the top rack on your cooker??? Just kidding 🙂

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  17. YoMoma777
    YoMoma777 says:

    Glad these turned out nice and tender for you. Ive done pulled beef a couple times with Chuck Roast and even foiling them but somehow they just never got as tender as a brisket or a pork butt would get.

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  18. Poppy Dogg
    Poppy Dogg says:

    you need to put me on the Wolfe pit sometimes so I can show you my barbecuing techniques

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