Elk Ribs and Water Buffalo Tri-Tip on the Meadow Creek BBQ60G Grill

Even though the Flat Top grills don’t draw as much attention as the more exciting models, such as Big Black and the BX smokers, they do fill a special place in the Meadow Creek family. They are designed specifically for direct heat grilling—and they are excellent at it, even at scale. Check out this wild game cook on the BBQ60G to see how impressive these are.

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Poppers and Pork Choppers (Meadow Creek PG25)

The last time we visited my in-laws in upstate NY, we fired up the Green Mountain Grill for Sunday lunch to cook some of my father-in-law’s farm-raised pork chops. They were simply excellent—thick, tender, with an outstanding pork flavor. I brought a few home to cook over charcoal and share with you here on the blog. Jalapeno poppers were on my mind, so I did a big batch of those as well. What a meal—thick, savory pork chops and cheesy, spicy, crunchy inside a spiral of bacon—fit for barbecue heaven!

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A Day Out With Big Black

Recently I published “Breaking in Big Black,” a story of my first cook on a Meadow Creek TS250 tank smoker with a few sweet upgrades. This post continues my adventures with Big Black when I pulled the rig to a friend’s house for an all-day cook. Check out my collection of tasty photos from this cook.

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Breaking in My Meadow Creek SQ36 Offset Smoker

I’ve been cooking on Meadow Creek’s offset SQ36 smoker about as long as I’ve been cooking barbecue. In this post, I’m sharing a collection of photos and notes from a first cook on my SQ36 Smoker back in 2014 right after I traded my older model for a new one with the latest design. If you’re interested in cooking with an offset smoker, this article will give you a small taste of how much fun it can be and why you should consider Meadow Creek!

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