My favorite stick burner is still the MOAB which is a custom built Klose designed by our own Poobah. But I have cooked on a Wichita, a Kingman and the flagship Yoder trailer smoker, the Frontiersman. All great smokers. The Frontiersman is my favorite but is way too big for my use. I also love the way the Kingman holds temps. This is truely one of the top stick burners on the market. I was talking to Joe, one of the Yoder designers, about this smoker a couple of weeks ago and we agreed that it is a great smoker. I have also cooked on Langs, and while they are great, they have nothing on this bad boy. I would love to own one of those but it is not necessary as the MOAB serves that role. In reality, probably a Wichita would work best for my use if I wanted a smaller stick burner to cook briskets and pork loins using cherry like my friend kcquer used to do. And yes Scott, I won't forget the fatty on a bisquit with a V-8 for a great breakfast.
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Weber Platinum Kettle, Weber OTS, Meco square grill, ECB, UDS, WSM, a camping grill, Blackstone flat top X 2,The MOAB, and now the proud owner of a YS640, MOINK.
Pitman for Andy Groneman at the All Things BBQ cooking classes.
Smoke on Brother KC
Father of the Fatty (the name) 4/20/04 on the BBQ Brethren with inspiration from Brother parrothead.