For customers who want to enjoy meat with a barbecue flavor without the meat touching the grill or having to turn it, barbecue meat hooks are a good BBQ accessory. In most cases, these meat hooks are for use in smokers, but you can use some smaller meat hooks in a traditional grill.
Cooks who have a large grill may need BBQ meat hooks with long wooden handles to be able to turn meat on the back of the grill. You should keep a varied selection of meat hooks in stock to meet the needs of any customer. Remember these suggestions when you order meat hooks:
1. Accommodate customers who need large BBQ meat hooks to hang meat in a smoker.
2. Appeal to customers who want to hang meat in a grill by offering smaller, multipurpose meat hooks.
3. Provide meat hooks with handles for customers with large grills.
Offer barbeque meat hooks for use in smokersMost of the meat cooked in a smoker hangs from eyelets at the top of the smoker unit. Because of manufacturing differences in smokers, you will need to keep meat hooks in a variety of sizes in stock. Consider making a barbecue meat hooks list to make it easy for your customers to find hooks that will fit their smoker.
Consider selling multi purpose BBQ meat hooksMulti purpose barbeque meat hooks are good for hanging meat in a grill. These meat hooks are smaller than the ones used in smokers. Because of this, only small cuts of meat or sausage can hang on these hooks. Keep a varied selection of sizes in stock to appeal to any customer.
Sell wooden handle BBQ meat hooksBarbecue professionals and people with large grills may need BBQ meat hooks with long handles so they can flip meat that is toward the back of the grill without burning their arm or hand. Sell meat hooks with handles made of different types of wood so your customers can find one that meets their personal preferences.
- Keep a detailed list of the grill models the BBQ meat hooks you sell will fit on to make it easy for customers to pick the right one for their needs.