Meadow Creek Chicken Flipper Showcase

The 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.

One of our best-sellers has been the BBQ42 Chicken Cooker, the largest of the "chicken flippers" models that's designed for patio or catering use. The BBQ26S is also quite popular among backyarders. The trailer models are famous among caterers and fund-raisers. Check out this post for a collection of chicken flippers out there in use.
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Eric Dinelle

Chicken on BBQ26S Chicken Cooker

Grilled Chicken on Meadow Creek BBQ26S Chicken Cooker
Grilled Chicken on Meadow Creek BBQ26S Chicken Cooker

Ken Deck

BBQ42 Cooking Chicken, Kabobs, Corn on the Cob, and Steaks PLUS Breakfast Foods With Griddle

Cooking Chicken, Kabobs, Corn on the Cob, and Steaks on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker
Cooking Chicken, Kabobs, Corn on the Cob, and Steaks on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker
Cooking Kabobs on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker
Griddle Bacon on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker
Cooking Chicken, Kabobs, Corn on the Cob, and Steaks on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker

The chicken cooker models come standard with a double-side sandwich grate for easily flipping the entire rack as it's cooking. You can also add a flat (single-panel) grate for cooking with the charcoal pan raised or a griddle for frying breakfast foods, burgers, and many other foods.

Steven Johnson

Chicken Leg Quarters and Wings on BBQ42 Chicken Cooker

Chicken Leg Quarters and Wings on Neadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker
Steven Johnson Catering
Chicken Wings on Neadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker

Felipe Matias

Whole Chickens on BBQ42 Chicken Cooker

Neadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker
Grilled Chicken on Neadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker

Ira Pupko

Chicken and Ribs on BBQ96 Chicken Cooker

Chicken on Meadow Creek BBQ96 Chicken Cooker
Pork Ribs on Meadow Creek BBQ96 Chicken Cooker
Meadow Creek BBQ96 Chicken Cooker Trailer

Kevin Lloyd

Ribs and Party Wings on BBQ42 Chicken Cooker

Pork Ribs on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker
Pork Ribs on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker
Party Wings on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker
Party Wings

Keith Johnson

Chicken Legs on BBQ42 Chicken Cooker

Chicken Legs on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker

Kurt Wenger

BBQ42 Chicken Cooker With Griddle Cooking Bacon, Sausage, and Cheeseburgers

Griddle on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker
Griddle Cheeseburgers on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker

Michael Ferrara

A BBQ42 is a popular choice on a TS250 trailer.

Meadow Creek TS250 BBQ Smoker Trailer and Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker

Sam Brown

Salmon on BBQ26S Chicken Cooker With a Flat Grate and Chicken Wings Cooking Over Pecan Wood With the Sandwich Grate

Grilled Salmon on Meadow Creek BBQ26S Chicken Cooker Flat Grate
Grilled Chicken Wings on Meadow Creek BBQ26S Chicken Cooker Pecan Wood

Josh Boyce

Grilling Chicken on BBQ96 Chicken Cooker

Grilling Chicken on Meadow Creek BBQ96 Chicken Cooker

Rene Bauer

Street Vending on BBQ42 and Tank Smoker Trailer

Street Vending on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker and Meadow Creek TS120 Tank Smoker Trailer

Jeff Dence

Grilling Chicken on BBQ42 Chicken Cooker

Grilling Chicken on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker

Tomb Galeassi

Custom Trailer With 2 BBQ42s and 2 Pig Roasters

Custom Trailer With Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker and Meadow Creek Pig Roasters

Kevin Troupe

Grilling Chicken and Smoking Briskets Indirectly on BBQ42s

Smoking Briskets on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker
Grilling Chicken on Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker Calvary Church

The chicken cooker models come standard with a double-side sandwich grate for easily flipping the entire rack as it's cooking. You can also add a flat (single-panel) grate for cooking with the charcoal pan raised or a griddle for frying breakfast foods, burgers, and many other foods.

To learn more about Meadow Creek's chicken cookers, what they're made for, and how much they cost, visit our online product catalog using the button below.

About the Author

Lavern is the online brand ambassador for Meadow Creek Welding and founder of StoryQue magazine.

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Chuck Harding - February 25, 2018 Reply

I love those chicken flippers. There are the best.

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Lavern Gingerich Reply:

Thanks, Chuck… we think so too!

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Chuck Wyant - February 25, 2018 Reply

When is the auction?

Thank you,
Chuck

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Lavern Gingerich Reply:

The auction is on Friday, April 13. We will post details on the Meadow Creek blog in a week or so.

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Zach - February 26, 2018 Reply

Wow, amazing photos of the chicken cooker. Someday I’d like to replace my Weber with one of these beauties! They seem really versatile.

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Lavern Gingerich Reply:

Thank you… yes, they are! You’ll love it.

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Tyrone Hollis - October 25, 2018 Reply

When type of auction is it?

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Lavern Gingerich Reply:

Are you talking about the annual auction hosted at Meadow Creek Welding? You can learn more about it here: https://www.meadowcreekbbq.com/blog/2018-barbecue-equipment-auction/

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