Meadow Creek’s revolutionary method of grilling chicken also comes in smaller packages. Similar to the BBQ26 Chicken Cooker, this heavy duty grill features a lid, sturdy legs with casters, charcoal pan insert, and height adjustment brackets for the charcoal pan.
Known as a “chicken flipper,” this Amish-made grill with a rotating sandwich grate makes it fun and easy to grill tender, juicy chicken with crispy skin every time. In our opinion, this grill is the best wing cooker on the market and it does an excellent job of cooking chicken, sausage links, and many other foods, giving them a delicious smoky flavor.
The BBQ26S Chicken Cooker is charcoal / wood-fired and holds 15 lbs. of meat. An outstanding grill for small barbeques. Check out the BBQ42 Chicken Cooker if you need more cooking space.
Made from rust-free food grade stainless steel that is easy to clean and will never rust.
Easily remove the legs for storage or transporting in your SUV or truck. The non-removable raised pedestal base is available as an optional upgrade.
The standard charcoal pan insert can be raised to bring the fire closer to the food for grilling burgers and steaks over direct heat.
Easily keep half of the grate out of the way when you are filling it with chicken or using it for direct heat grilling.
Adjustable bottom vents allow for precise airflow adjustments.
Equipped with a stainless steel calibratable thermometer for easy and accurate temperature readings.
Click the "Customize" button above to select options
Raise the charcoal pan and swap out the double-sided grate with a flat grate when you want to grill burgers and steaks.
Grill your entire breakfast on this solid stainless steel grilling surface.
Upgrade the standard removable legs with a solid pedestal base.
45”h x 32.5”l x 24”w
16” x 24”
|Optional Flat Grate Dimensions|
16” x 25”
2.67 sq. ft. (384 sq. in.)
|Cooking Area of Flat Grate|
2.78 sq. ft. (400 sq. in.)
|Space Between Grate and Bottom of Cooker|
Wire Grid With 1/2” Spacing
|Capacity of Bone-in Chicken|
|Capacity of Sausage Links|
|Capacity of Party Wings|
|Capacity of Hamburgers|
|Capacity of Ribeye Steaks|
|Capacity of Spare Ribs|
Approximately 10-15 lbs. of charcoal to cook 15 lbs. of chicken for first rack. If you wish to continue to a second rack, add approximately 5-8 lbs. For other cuts of meats, grilling, smoking, etc., put in your desired amount.