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In my opinion, nothing rounds out a barbecue feast like having several meats, such as brisket, ribs, sausage, and chicken, with a couple of appetizers and smoked baked beans thrown in. What makes it even better is cooking plenty of extras for freezing or sending home with your guests. Here are some ways we make it easy to cook a well-rounded barbecue feast—with leftovers.
While I love the distinct flavor of beef in a medium rare steak, I also enjoy a well-made meatloaf served with mashed potatoes, a vegetable, and a lettuce salad. You can’t get more homestyle than that. Read this blog post to see how I cooked 6 loaves of a similar comfort food—Gene Wenger's ham loaf—on my Meadow Creek SQ36 offset smoker.
It's time to make plans for attending the annual barbecue and catering auction hosted by Meadow Creek Welding in New Holland, PA! There are always a bunch of smokers and grills at this auction, including Meadow Creek cookers, which makes this auction the best place to buy used Meadow Creek equipment.
If you're close enough to attend, make sure you mark your calendar for both the auction and open house—or even better, plan to stay long enough to enjoy some of the other shops, restaurants, and attractions in Lancaster County, PA.
Are you interested in cooking for hundreds of people at a time on an offset smoker or stick burner? In this story, I want to show you how I cooked enough pulled pork and pulled chicken to feed several hundred people on "Big Black", my Meadow Creek TS250 Tank Smoker trailer.
Big Black is back! In this story, we fired my Meadow Creek TS250 barbecue trailer with a BBQ42 grill to cook 14 racks of loin back ribs, 20 pounds of sausage, and a case of chicken leg quarters. If you're dreaming of someday owning a large stick burner, you'll love browsing the dozens of tantalizing photos in this post.
This week I fired my Meadow Creek BX25 Box Smoker with 8 short ribs and a pan of beans and… wow! The beans were more heavenly than I thought possible, and the ribs were off the chart amazing. Read this post for a bunch of mouth-watering photos from this cook.
Recently we loaded Big Black, my Meadow Creek TS250 Tank Smoker trailer with a case of baby back ribs, several racks of St. Louis style ribs, and a tasty batch of pig shots. The results were fabulous as you can see in the photos. Feast your eyes on the fun and flavor in the photos below.
Sometimes it's fun to cook a smoker full of meats that finish in several hours. In this story I'm sharing photos of a 6-hour cook I did for our annual Mother's Day celebration on Big Black, my Meadow Creek TS250 Tank Smoker.