Meadow Creek Pig Roasters Make it a Breeze to Cook About Anything

Easily barbeque whole hogs without turning the meat, fighting grease fires, or getting up at night to add charcoal!

Besides whole pigs, you can cook a huge variety of foods on a Meadow Creek pig roaster—easily and efficiently. The drip pan creates indirect heat, and this roaster's design makes it easy to hold a consistent temperature for as long as you need it. On the charcoal units, you can add enough charcoal to last for 12 hours or longer, and with the added help of a Guru temperature controller, you can safely leave it unattended while you catch a night's sleep.


Pig Roaster Airflow

The PR models have a vertical configuration with the fire below the cooking grate. The removable drip pan between the fire and the food creates indirect heat. The air circulates around the drip pan and the food above it. There are vents in the bottom of the cooker and in the lid.

Why you should consider a Meadow Creek Pig Roaster...

  • It makes cooking a whole pig easy! Load it up, close the lid, and don't mess with it until it's done. On the charcoal units, you can fill the roaster with fuel and it will last until the pig is done. As a precaution, we recommend adding a temperature controller for long-unattended cooks, but there is no need to stay up all night cooking your hog.
  • It can cook anything you'd put in a regular smoker—plus 300 pound (live weight) hogs or a quarter of a beef—hassle-free and without a rotisserie. A 13 gauge drip pan between the heat source and the meat causes an even distribution of heat in the roaster.
  • It's easy to hold a consistent temperature in the charcoal / wood models even without an electronic temperature controller.
  • It has a slanted drip pan (except for the PR36) which drains the grease to the outside of the unit, making cleanup a snap.
  • It has a stainless steel calibratable thermometer in the lid, making it easy to keep a tab on the cooking temperature.
  • The trailer models are fun to pull and come with a 2" ball hitch, a heavy duty wheel jack, Torflex axles, and flush-mount LED lights.

Usage Summary: This pig roaster is a great choice if you want to cook large whole pigs, plus anything you would do in a regular smoker, such as butts, brisket, ribs, whole chickens, prime rib, and pork loins. Add a second tier grate to double your cooking area, or use the optional grill pan for cooking hundreds of burgers and steaks over direct heat.

Difference in Models: The variations between the PR models is size, fuel type, and mobility. Browse the product listings above for photos, features, measurements, and add-ons for each model.

Wade Janes Wild Wade's BBQ

There is no force in the world as we know it 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 want's the best meat ever cooked.

Need Help Choosing?

The Meadow Creek Buyer Guide will help you define your goals and choose a smoker or grill with confidence.