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Unread 02-04-2012, 08:56 AM   #1
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I am thinking aobut getting a Meadowcreek PR60 pig cooker. Anyone have one or used one that can give me some input. Good?? Bad?? etc.
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I built a clone that works well. Sorry no pRon :( I have since sold it and gone to reverse flow design. I have no complaints about the cooker or the style. many a good pigs were cooked on it with other meats.
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Paul Hess, PA Midnight Smokers on the comp circuit (3rd overall in The Jack 2011) still uses them for whole hog. Told me last winter that when he first competed he cooked every KCBS category on his PR60 and won a lot of early comps on that alone. I personally don't have one but I know the guys from Meadowcreek (they are local for me) and the PR60 is probably my next cooker. Lot of great options available like slide out charcoal pans, second tier grates to double capacity, doors cut into the lid so you can keep the big lid shut while working on butts, brisket, ribs etc. Stainless steel cooking grates are also a big plus for me.

No I don't rep for them and get no special treatment/price breaks for talking them up. Just make great cookers. Hope this helps. And yes, I love my backyard offset SQ36 :)
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