This Meadow Creek chicken cooker is one of our best sellers. Grill large amounts of perfect chicken without a sweat. Its flipping sandwich grate lets you turn 40 pounds of chicken with one stroke of your hand.
This Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker is one of our best sellers. Grill large amounts of perfect chicken without a sweat. Its flipping sandwich grate lets you turn 40 pounds of chicken with one stroke of your hand.
The top lid gives you plenty of control over a hot fire. Leave the lid open for darker, more crispy skin on your chicken or close the lid for beautiful, golden-brown skin. Height adjustment brackets for the charcoal pan let you bring the heat closer to the grate for steaks or hundreds of hamburgers and hotdogs.
Charcoal / wood-fired. Not available in gas/propane. Holds 40+ lbs. of chicken (1 case of legs and thighs).
Check out the BBQ96 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.
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.
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 meat like burgers and steaks with direct heat.
Grill your entire breakfast on this solid stainless steel grilling surface.
Easily refill or adjust charcoal without opening the lid or lifting the grate.
39”h x 56”l x 34”w
22” x 40”
|Number of Grates|
|Optional Flat Grate Dimensions|
22” x 41”
6.11 sq. ft. (880 sq. in.)
|Cooking Area of Flat Grate|
6.26 sq. ft. (902 sq. in.)
|Space Between Wires on Flat Grate|
|Space Between Grate and Bottom of Cooker|
Wire Grid With 1/2" Spacing
|Capacity of Chicken|
|Capacity of Hamburgers|
|Capacity of Spare Ribs|
Approximately 25-30 lbs. of charcoal to cook 40 lbs. of chicken for first rack. If you wish to continue to a second rack, add approximately 10-15 lbs. For other cuts of meat, grilling, smoking, etc., put in your desired amount.