*DISCLAIMER*: If attempting at home do not use charcoal briquettes or lump. Only low smoke Japanese style charcoal and only one piece at a time. Always use in a well ventilated area and fully extinguish the charcoal before discarding outside. While in use place grill on top of a heat resistant surface incase of cracking.

Who doesn’t love Yakitori? Japanese barbecue is a fantastic way to add delicious (but light) smoke to your grilled meat and veggie skewers. On this episode of You Can Do This!, host Clifford Endo builds a hacked DIY yakitori barbecue station. Oh and if you stick around, you may glimpse a Korean Barbecue improvisation. Maybe. We love KBBQ but you’ll have to see for yourself.

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