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Unread 03-28-2013, 09:02 PM   #24
ChiefBrock
Knows what a fatty is.

 
Join Date: 01-29-13
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I live in West Ashley and have a Meadow Creek PR42 and can do up to a 100lb hog on it. I used my buddies offbrand a few times the past couple years when I do one for Christmas but even he likes my setup and he is a Bessinger! :) :) I just got this one in February of this year...so still learning what it likes and such but so far has been uneventful.

You are more than welcome to come by and check it out anytime...

I have done ribs, tenderloins, wings, pork shoulders and a whole pig on it so far.....everything has come out great in spite of my shortcomings. LOL

Let me know if you want to see it...


I drove up and got mine from dealer in NC.....and have some brochures and stuff too if you are interested in checking them out. I might be cooking something Saturday while working in yard....so would even be better for you to see. I usually use lump wood (Stumps or last time bought Royal Oak from Walmart)...but just got some nice competition wood briquets by Kingsford from Costco to try this time.....and then have some oak in back yard I use for extra smoke.
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