The Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker is an all-time bestseller. It’s large enough to feed 50 people but small enough for patio use. Naturally, it’s also quite popular in our Meadow Creek Equipment Owners Facebook group. The smaller BBQ26S, with a cooking area under half that of the BBQ42, is also popular among backyarders.
Here are some photos from the Facebook group of the BBQ42 and other Meadow Creek Chicken Cookers grilling chicken, wings, skewers, ribs, and even briskets.Continue reading
Last week I featured some of my favorite tank smoker photos from the Meadow Creek Equipment Owners Facebook group. We also have a bunch of fans cooking on the PR series cookers, so I thought I’d feature some of them here in this week’s blog post. Keep reading for a whole lot of tastiness, including whole pigs, ribs, butts, brisket, and chicken. Let’s “dig” right in…Continue reading
Last week we launched the Meadow Creek Equipment Owners Facebook group, and we’re already up to 300 members! I’m featuring a few of my favorite tank smoker posts from the first week here for those who are not yet part of the owners group. Read this post to see a dozen Meadow Creek tank smokers in action, cranking out delicious barbecue, the fun and easy way.Continue reading
Pulled pork and brisket cooked for 12 or 14 hours make a great story and taste outstanding, but some days an all-day cook is just too much. Thankfully, there are plenty of meats you can cook on a smoker in 4–6 hours. In this story I fired up “Big Black,” my Meadow Creek TS250 Smoker, for a quick and tasty barbecue of ribs and chicken.Continue reading