Known as "the Chicken Cookers", these Meadow Creek grills with rotating sandwich grates take barbecue fund-raising and backyard grilling to a whole new level. Double-sided easy-turn grates make it easy to turn the entire rack of meat with one hand. The stainless steel grates never rust and are easy to maintain, for many long years of use.
There are two common problems when cooking bone-in chicken: Over direct heat, your chicken will tend to dry out before it's done; on an offset smoker, unless you are really good, the skin will be rubbery. The distance between the fire and the grate in these Meadow Creek grills eliminates this problem completely. There is no better way to grill chicken for crowds known to man!
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"That is the best chicken I ever had; how do you keep it so good and moist?"
I started cooking barbecue chicken with my dad in the late 40's and 50's. He would cook for our church and fire company fundraisers. After my father died, I started barbecuing chicken for the churches or any other fundraiser. I have cooked chicken for Relay for Life and for band camps, but mostly for churches.
I purchased my Meadow Creek cooker in 2005. This is one of the best investments I have ever made. This would be a great business for someone. The best reward is when someone comes up and tells me, "That is the best chicken I ever had; how do you keep it so good and moist?" Thanks, Meadow Creek!
Stewart Ellis, Clear Brook, VA
"I cooked 75-80 lbs of wings per hour without getting Carpel Tunnel in my wrist."
I just wanted to let you know that the that I purchased from you this past Friday is awesome!
The first time I used it was the very next day, cooking chicken wings at Pops on The River and they turned out great. It helped make our vending debut in Chattanooga a big success. Within minutes of the wings placed on the cooker and the smell working its way through the crowd, I booked an event in September and a private party in 2 weeks!
I was able to cook 75-80 lbs of wings per hour with ease and without getting Carpel Tunnel in my wrist from turning each wing. The consistency with each batch was seamless and they were cooked to perfection.
Today I grilled some burgers on the unit and was truly surprised with how juicy they came out. I will be in touch with you soon about the griddle option for this unit to explore how versatile it is. Again, thank you and I will send some photos of my BBQ42 in action at our next event.
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These Chicken Cooker / BBQ pits are favorites with the chicken cooking crowd. They can be seen in almost any setting from backyard feasts to cooking for hundreds at fundraisers. The painted models in this series are fabricated of 13 gauge welded steel painted with heat-resistant black paint in an attractive matte finish.
The cookers most favored by caterers, these transportable bbq pits, like all Meadow Creek equipment, are built to last for years. One of the easiest and most enjoyable methods of raising money or just simply feeding a crowd, these units will never disappoint.
All Meadow Creek trailer units come equipped with lights, a 2" ball hitch, a heavy duty wheel jack, Torflex axles, and road worthy tires.
Meadow Creek barbecue equipment is available through a network of dealers. The dealers stock inventory for immediate pickup, and they can also help you choose the model that is best for your needs and get you a freight quote for factory-direct shipping.
Looking for Yoder's Smoky Mountain Barbecue? The dealership has closed, but this site will be available for some time because of all the information we have on here about Meadow Creek equipment.
Need help choosing the right cooker for your needs? Check out the Meadow Creek Buyer Guide.