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Old 06-02-2016, 04:21 PM   #1
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Default Secret new cooker REVEALED!!! "007"

There's a new type and style of cooker that I've been using for quite a while now that I'm going to share with the brethren community and BBQ community as a whole. This is a concept that I dreamed up while I was getting into rotisserie cooking. I'm not a fabricator by any means so I wanted a way to feed the fire from the top while being able to rotisserie cook over the fire while at the same time be able to either slow grill (smoke direct), fast grill etc... Through some experimenting I knew the concept would work and asked one of the best fabricators I know to make a prototype... I'm now on version 2.0 of the 007. C.A.D drawings will be made by the fabricator so if you want one a local fabricator could make one. I brought 4 other people into the circle of trust as Beta Testers that have these cookers : Cfarmer, Smoke Ninja, and Roguejim. I know Cfarmer (Adam) loves his and Ninja has had some cooks under his belt. Rogue is just getting his put together but will be cooking soon on it. OBTW he added his 007 system to his Big Poppa and is a really cool looking cooker. I'm sure he'll be showing it off soon.

The plan for me was to sell these as kits people could bolt onto their existing UDS cookers or just do stand alone vertical wood cooker like in my pictures but decided against it for several reasons... The biggest reason is that I have too much on my plate currently getting a business off the ground, also I didn't want the liability of (the not so bright) burning themselves, burning the paint off their UDS, and tipping their drum over with the cook grate loaded with food. (which BTW would never happen using common sense)

As the inventor of the "007" I only ask to remember me as the one that came up with it and keep the name. The reason I use the name 007 is because this is the most versatile cool little cooker I could ever imagine using and just seemed appropriate.

Ok now a little bit about the cooker itself. This is NOT like cooking over a campfire, with this style the heat is directed straight up while with a campfire the heat is dispersed in all directions. The next thing that is unique is of course it fits a standard 22.5" kettle lid to keep the heat radiating back down on the food.

Here's some bullet points going over some of it's capabilities.

1) Can cook with both wood or charcoal but primarily is best using wood splits.

2) Capable of 3 different cooking zones at once.
A) Rotisserie zone
B) Direct grill/smoke zone
C) Using a pan under one half will add an indirect zone

Of course it can be used rotisserie only, direct grate cook only, or indirect only.

3) Any temp can be achieved through fire management, and or by swiveling the cook grate to only capture the amount of heat you want or need.

4) Swivel grate can be adjusted up and down

5) Can cook things like baked beans, Mac N Cheese in pans in hanging basket while grate cooking above ( Rotisserie below )

6) Can be up and cooking with split fire in just minutes. The partial burnt starts with a torch quickly. This is faster than firing up an chimney of charcoal for your kettle.

7) With another rotisserie system I developed this cooker could cook some serious amounts of food for a home size cooker. As an example I could cook 3-4 pork butts rotisserie while using the swivel grate for anything else or vice-versa and rotisserie several racks of ribs and do butts or what have you up on the grate. It's just very very very versatile.

Only have to clean out ash maybe once ever 30-60 days

IMO this thing turns out world class food but again that's just my opinion but I can tell you cooking over a clean fire is a mighty fine way to cook anything from ribs, brisket, burgers, peppers or pizza. There's not one thing I won't cook on the 007. I understand this isn't for everyone but for those that like cooking with wood it's something you could try. *** Chicken is the BEST!!!!! ***

IMO cooking on this is an art by itself, I'm still learning on it and it's been over a year since I fired up version #1. The Bird Barrel portion has been going for a couple of years now though.


Ok here's some pics...It's not the prettiest but I love this thing!

















Adjusted up high in this picture



Fits various sized pans







Shut down mode with the lid





So NOW you know the infamous 007 cooker! LOL. Thanks for looking!
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Old 06-02-2016, 04:24 PM   #2
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Thanks for posting. Definitely looks interesting. How about some action shots?
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A very well thought out concept. I can see where it would be very useful.
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You did a good job designing that. Looks quite versatile.
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Old 06-02-2016, 04:39 PM   #5
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A very well thought out concept. I can see where it would be very useful.
Thanks Mike! You probably remember when I asked you to be a beta tester?

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Thanks for posting. Definitely looks interesting. How about some action shots?
I have a few but going forward I'll give full pictures of my cooks using it. I know Cfarmer has some good ones.

I'll do up some chicken thighs tonight w/veggies and maybe hang some potatoes. It's so nice to be able to hang corn on the cob, baked potatoes etc... at the same time.
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It's also nice to griddle or wok with and still get some wood smoke on your food.

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Interesting cooker concept, will be looking to see it in action
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Secret new cooker REVEALED!!!
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Old 06-02-2016, 05:18 PM   #9
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There will be a folding table added on soon that will be bolted on the back side where it swivels...legs will drop down to the ground for support.
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Old 06-02-2016, 05:31 PM   #10
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Firing it up for dinner...20 seconds with a torch, adding a split and cooking in minutes. Cook pics I'll post after

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Old 06-02-2016, 05:57 PM   #11
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Nice work Keith!
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Well done,Made in America. You know I love wood. Have you checked into copy right and patent? I noticed the new avatar last week.
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Sweet. You got it going on.
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Cool project. I like the ability to rotate the grate away from the fire. There have been many occasions I wish I could have done that with my BPS drum.
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Cool. Would love to try that cooker. Will agree to terms & conditions.

Please send CAD drawings, asap.
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