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BBQ Smokers, Pig Roasters, Chicken Cookers, and Grills From Meadow Creek


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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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Meadow Creek TS120 Smoker Story

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Meadow Creek Smoker Loaded

Three weeks ago on Memorial Day, I pulled a Meadow Creek TS120 Smoker into my back yard and loaded it down with lots of exciting proteins. We enjoyed barbecue throughout the day, and in the evening had my parents and family over for dinner.

I filled the smoker with the following: 6 slabs of St. Louis ribs, 4 whole chickens, 2 sausage logs, a brisket, 4 tenderloins, 4 pounds of meatloaf, potatoes, and onions. I fired the smoker around 10:20 in the morning and pulled the last of the food off at 5:30, around 7 hours later. Everything was knock-your-socks off delicious, except for my lean grass-fed brisket, which somehow got burned on the bottom side, but still turned out WAY to good to throw to the dog.


Memorial Day Barbecue on the PR36 Smoker

Friday, June 10th, 2011

I hope everyone is staying cool and enjoying plenty of barbecue. I just love cooking and eating in the back yard!

On Memorial Day, Marlin and I got together and cooked a whole bunch of stuff on Meadow Creek’s PR36 Backyard Smoker. The PR36 Smoker is small, versatile, and easy to use. For indirect (low and slow) cooking, we build the fire beneath the drip pan. Or you can build your fire on the drip pan for direct heat grilling.

Here is a photo album to get your mouth watering and your brain spinning. We cooked meatloaf, pork tenderloin, a whole chicken, potatoes, onions, and steaks. Was it ever good! :)

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Struggling to choose the right cooker for your needs? Check out our Meadow Creek cooker comparison charts. If you would like to discuss your dream cooker over the phone, call Marlin toll-free at (877) 602-1568 to get some good, friendly advice. Or if you're close by, come visit our display lot in Pikeville, Tennessee to check out these fine barbeques! We offer a 30-day money back guarantee on all our Meadow Creek barbeque equipment (except the Ultimate Catererssorry, too much risk). Please realize that we (Yoders Smoky Mountain Barbecue) are a dealer for Meadow Creek. This promise applies only if you buy from us. If for any reason you are not happy with your unit, you may return the cooker to us within 30 days of the delivery or pickup date, and we will refund the purchase price minus the shipping and handling. You are responsible to pay the return shipping.
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 youre 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 ethicshonesty, diligence, and fairness. Whether its 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.