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BBQ Revolution Video: Smoke Infusion

September 21st, 2010

I am very excited to share with you the next video in the Barbecue Revolution series, Smoke Infusion.

This video is a delicious and mouth-watering demo of the Meadow Creek BBQ42 Chicken Cooker.

If you like the video, click here to check out my chicken cookers page.

Thanks for watching,

Lavern

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5 Responses to “BBQ Revolution Video: Smoke Infusion”

  1. michael Says:

    would be better if everyone sitting down to eat what looked so good

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  2. Chet Says:

    Thanks Lavern always happy to see any new items that have to do with barbecue or smoking meat of any kind.I like the chicken cooker very much it seems to take the guess work out of worrying about when the food is ready looks like very even cooking.

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  3. Reginald Williams Says:

    Hello,
    thank you for the video and i must say that after watching the footage it does make me want to cook on my grill today. I do not own a meadow creek setup but hope to one day. Currently, i’m cooking on a 120 gallon drum setup with a double stack vent. it performs well. but, it does not have that professional appearance.I love the art and skill of good bar-b-que. if i may ask you two questions. What was used to season the chicken near the end of the cooking process? It look lik a red based paprika rub of some sort. it also gave the chicken a good color for presentation. (My other question) How important is it to remove the chicken from the grill once the desired temp is reached?

    Much continued success with your cooking and i enjoy your video clips.

    Take care,

    Reginald Williams

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