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The Handbook for Choosing Your Meadow Creek Smoker or Grill

This full-color guide is packed with charts, photos, and articles to help you determine if Meadow Creek is a good fit for you and choose the model that fits your presentation, cooking style, menu, and crowd size goals.

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Smoked Piggy Ribs on the TS60 BBQ Smoker

Tempt your tastebuds with this photo slideshow video as we smoke amazing ribs on a Meadow Creek TS60 Barbecue Smoker.

Browse our tasty selection of offset barbecue smokers here.

Our bbq tank smokers come with stainless steel grates that don’t rust, reverse flow draft for more consistent and even heat, and a genius design that makes it a total breeze to cook low and slow, even those long all day cooks.

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13 Responses to “Smoked Ribs on the TS60 BBQ Smoker”

  1. New Video: Smoked Ribs on Meadow Creek TS60 | SeriousBBQs.com Says:

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  2. Ben Branson Says:

    The video was awsome, but those ribs looked insanely awsome. I just did a feed the hard way for over 60 people this last Sunday. I did the Memphis style ribs with Tenessee Slaw and all the other fix’ins. Not bad for an Oregon Q head, I learned from one of the best Memphens over 30 years ago and have been working hard trying to perfect my own ever since. I guess I don’t do a bad job, because my wife works at the Jail in downtown Portland, and everytime she takes ribs in for a potluck even the Deputies on the 10th floor know when the ribs are in the building. There is nothing better than Tennessee ribs, except more Tennessee ribs.

    Ben Branson
    08/22/2011

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    Lavern Reply:

    Thanks for the kind words. :)

    I posted our recipe for “insanely awesome” (as you say) ribs here:
    http://www.smokymtbarbecue.com/barbeque-articles/how-to-smoke-ribs/

    Lavern

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  3. ernesto Says:

    OUTSTANDING VIDEO…..VERY NICE WORK DONE,….. TOO BAD I GOT HUNGRY WATCHING IT. CONGRATULATIONS AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK….

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    Lavern Reply:

    Thanks!

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  4. Wes Reed Says:

    Lavern, the ribs look to die for good job, how many BB racks and or how many butts would fit on a T 60 smoker ?

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    Lavern Reply:

    Thanks.

    The TS60 Smoker can hold about 7-8 butts at once or 7-8 baby back racks at once.

    This chart might be helpful:
    http://www.smokymtbarbecue.com/comparison-charts/compare-meadow-creek-bbq-smokers.php

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  5. Eric Spivey Says:

    Lavern,

    Looks good as always. I was wondering, what brand of ribs do you use.
    I can never find any that are that meaty.

    Thanks,

    Eric

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    Lavern Reply:

    We usually get them at Sam’s Club or from IWC, local food service company. You may have a Sam’s close to you. They have really good meat in my opinion and nice selection.

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    Eric Spivey Reply:

    Thanks,

    I’ll have to stop by Sam’s tonight. I have heard the name IBP mentioned before, so am wondering if that is what they are?

    Thanks again, and nice video,

    Eric

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    Lavern Reply:

    You’re very welcome!

    You can get NICE size and quality pork butts at Sam’s too and whole hens, etc. Prepare to spend some money when you’re there. 😉

  6. Danny Says:

    Do you sell a combination smoker,chicken cooker,grill

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    Lavern Reply:

    If you want the flipping grates, no. Sorry. You can add a grill pan to our smokers such as the TS60 and SQ36 or to a PR series cooker for grilling. But if you want to grill bone-in, it won’t work nearly like the flipping grate chicken cooker. –Lavern

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What did you think of the videos? Meadow Creek makes some amazing smokers, pig roasters, chicken cookers, and grills. All this equipment is made in the Amish Community of Lancaster County, PA. The talented craftsmen at Meadow Creek hand-make each unit. They seriously go the extra mile to make sure you’re smoked pink. What really puts the sauce on the brisket is all the revolutionary features and options that make barbecue fun and easy, and even a money-machine, if BBQ is your business.
Integrity: Meadow Creek cookers are made in a culture of Godly ethics—honesty, diligence, and fairness. Whether it’s a Shoo-fly pie or a barbecue smoker, you will be treated right.
Stainless Steel Grates: Every Meadow Creek barbecue cooker comes standard with non-rusting stainless steel grates. This eliminates the hassle of scrubbing rust and the danger of possible rust contamination on your meat.