Yes, we just received a trailer load of smokers and grills with more on the way. We have backyard to catering and competition smokers in stock. Meadow Creek’s new BX 100 is a sight to be seen. We thought we were done with the BX 50 but we pushed the limit on this one. It is a monster.
Want the ultimate “stick burner”, then the TS 120 is something you should take a look at. Plenty of capacity with stainless steel side shelves, warmer, wood basket, charcoal slideout basket and spare tire. It’s reverse flow feature will turn out great briskets, butts, ribs, pork and pigs.
Need a small backyard smoker we have plenty to choose from in addition to our Primo line of Ceramic (kamado) Grills.
Stop by and take a look at these “gems”.
Yes we have been selling smokers and grills like “mad” and we have just replenished our stock this week with a truck load of smokers. Don’t wait! Come and take a look at these gems. If you want to reserve one just give us a call or stop by. We’ll set you up.
Great smokers and grills and in GrillBillies style all made in the good old USA.
Here’s what’s landed!!!!
Meadow Creek BBQ Equipment
SQ 36 Direct Flow Offset Smoker:
Want to cook a fantastic brisket or just great barbecue period, this is a smoker that “fits the bill”. Cook like the pros do and serve competition quality barbecue right in your own backyard with the SQ 36. Ribs, butts, chicken will be cooked to perfection. You will WOW your guest into BBQ heaven.
PR 36 & 42:
The PR Series is probably the most versatile smokers in the Meadow Creek BBQ line and the PR 36 makes a great backyard convection smoker. It will smoke, roast and grill like a champ. Set it and go on about your business. There’s no meat this little gem cannot cook. Take your “Q” to the next level with this smoker/roaster.
BBQ 42 Standard, BBQ 42 with Pullout and 10″ Lid & BBQ 26S:
Want to experience the best chicken you EVER had, then the BBQ Series of grills is the one. Moist, tender and juicy chicken is easily achieved with its flipping grate. No need to flip each piece of meat individually, simply turn the the flipping and turn 20 to 40 lbs. of meat in seconds. The BBQ is not limited to chicken. Anything that can fit in the grate is easily grilled. Chicken halves, quarters, wings, steaks etc. These grills will never cease to amaze you.
PR 60GT and PR 60G:
These roaster have the same qualities as thier smaller brothers but with a couple of exceptions. Its large cooking surface can smoke and roast massive amount of meat. 12 pork butts, 20 racks of baby back ribs, loads of chicken these roasters and smokers make the process a breeze. Start with some charcoal and wood in the beginning of the cook and just easily and simply finish it off with gas. Great smoked food done with ease.
BX 50 & BX 25 (New for 2016) Smoker:
This is a smoker that transcends all segments of the BBQ industry. Great for the backyard warrior, caterer, event or competition cook. This is a beast of a smoker. 13 gauge double walled steel with 1″ heavy duty oven insulation enables this smoker to burn for hours. Cook up to 21 racks of St. Louis cut ribs, 12 to 16 pork butts, 12 to 16 whole chickens and several briskets.
270 BBQ Smokers
270 smokers are made in Lexington, VA by a husband and wife barbecue team. Its patented chimney design makes for a very unique smoker and one that earns the recognition of a competition grade smoker.
The little brother of the 270 line of smokers, this smoker is perfect for the backyard warrior that needs to cook a few butts or ribs. It doesn’t require hardly any fire management which is the signature of the 270 line.
The Standard is the leading seller at GrillBillies which makes it perfect for cooking for a significant number of guest covering all your “Q” requirements. Again, easily set up and throw back and sip your favorite beverage.
With all the same characteristics and as its smaller siblings, the Large 270 is for the competition Pitmaster and backyard pro who has to smoke a bunch of meat. Easy, simple and effective the Large has all the qualities that make 270s a smoker that requires considering. Join the 270 family!
Before doing any cooking you should season the smoker
Lightly spray the interior of the cooking box with vegetable oil.
Light a charcoal fire in the fire box. The best tool for this is a charcoal chimney starter. If you don’t have one, start the coals with paper and/or kindling. DO NOT USE ANY LIGHTER FLUID AND NEVER ADD ANY LIGHTER FLUID AT ANYTIME. This can foul the smoker and cause serious injury.
With the cooking box empty, allow the fire to burn at 225 degrees or higher for about two hours. You only have to do this once. Thereafter you can go right to cooking.
Before putting any meat in the smoker, light the fire in the fire box.
For smoking, bring the temperature up to between 225 and 250 degrees.
Do not put the meat in the smoker until your temperature stabilizes.
The cooking box will be hotter near the fire box than by the chimney. Bigger pieces of meat such as butts and brisket put at the cooler end.
Once you have constant temps, add your meat.
Typical meats for smoking are ribs (both spares and baby backs), pork butts (also known as Boston butts), brisket, sausage, keilbasa, whole chickens and turkeys, pigs, beef ribs, pork loins etc. You can cook multiple cuts and kinds of meats at the same.
Typical grilling meats are those that cook fast such as steaks, chicken parts, burgers dogs, fish, chops etc. (We recommend that you buy your meats at the supermarket to get the best price).
Depending on the meat, it can take for example: ribs-3 to 5 hours (baby backs cook faster), pork butts-7 to 10 hours, brisket-10 to 12 hours.
We suggest cooking with charcoal. Charcoal will add some smoke but for additional smoke you can add a chunk of hardwood such as hickory, oak, apple etc. or moist wood chips. NEVER add soft woods like pine.
The most accurate way to tell if your meat is ready is with a meat thermometer.
Brisket and pork butts-cook to about 200 degrees internal temperature.
Turkeys and chicken to about 180. Stick the probe between the body and the thigh without hitting a bone or if there’s a pop up in the breast use that as an indicator.
Ribs are done when you see “pull back from the tip of the bone and if you can easily tear the meat in between the bones.
We recommend you wrap pork butts, brisket and ribs in double tin foil part way through the cook and put back in the smoker to finish cooking. For the ribs and the butts we add about 4 tablespoons of honey and two tablespoons of brown sugar and then wrap them.
Wrap as follows:
Ribs at about the 1 ½ hours mark, pork butts and brisket when the internal temperature reaches 170 degrees. This helps to keep the meat from drying out. The foil will not interfere with smoking since meat will stop accepting smoke after 140 degrees.
Make sure you season your meats with your favorite seasonings prior to cooking and if you have an injector, inject the briskets and butts. You can inject a mixture of pork bouillon and seasoning for the butts and beef bouillon and seasoning for the brisket.
The beauty of BBQ is each smoker will cook differently. The more you cook the better you will get to know your smoker (kinda like your car). As with any grill weather, temperature, humidity and wind will effect the cook. If you any questions, no matter how simple you may think they are, just call us and we will be glad to help out. We want your BBQ experience to be a successful one.
Lard Have Mercy