It would be really cool if everyone decided to cook on a Meadow Creek cooker, but it's not going to happen. Meadow Creek is for a very specific group of people. Are you one of them?
You cannot choose a smoker or grill until you know something about cooking styles. This section covers important distinctions between indirect, direct, and semi-direct and common cooking styles in each category.
In this chapter, you will learn about the many ways you can customize your Meadow Creek smoker or grill and which ones are a wise investment for your particular situation.
For the last 10 years, Lavern has worked as a marketing agent for Meadow Creek equipment, helping people choose barbecue equipment that fits their situation. He's recently acquired the role of online brand ambassador for Meadow Creek and is stoked about helping more people discover the quality and integrity of this thriving brand in the heart of Lancaster County, PA.
"Ardyth and I are very excited about Meadow Creek Smoker. After reading many sites looking for a smoker, the Meadow Creek line came out heads and shoulders above the competition."
“There is no force in the world that would make me give up my PR60T. I do a lot of cooking and it has never let me down... I don’t endorse many things but I would gladly suggest this or any other Meadow Creek cooker to someone who really wants the best meat ever cooked!”
"I have the 250 Smoker with the BBQ42 chicken cooker. I wouldn’t take anything for it! I smoke butts for a restaurant, 20–40 per week just for pulled pork sandwiches. The smoker makes it so easy to cook it seems foolproof."
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