Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens (cont'd)

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PlaceholderLarge black horizontal barrel smoker with lid up showing two cooking racks. It is mounted on a trailer with a big storage area at the front.
Meadow Creek's TS-250 is the second largest BBQ smoker in the TS line.  It's 83" high, 175" long, 58" wide and weighs in at 1,600 pounds (1,900 shipping weight). The cooking grates are 24" by 50 3/8" for the top, and 26.5" by 50.5" for the bottom, and the total is a whopping 2,544 square inches to work with. The warming box above the firebox has three 13.5" x 22.5" grates for almost 304... Read More
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PlaceholderShiny stainless steel grill with shelves on each side, mounted on a cart with small wheels.
The Memphis Advantage is their mid-range product and it shares the same sturdy double wall cooking chamber, the same digital controller with meat probe, and the same heavy duty 0.312 diameter stainless rod cooking grates as the larger Pro and Elite models, but is only offered in 430 grade stainless. Pro and Elite may be purchased in top grade 304 stainless. There is 427" main cooking... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge shiny stainless steel grill with shelves on each side, mounted on a cart two doors and small wheels.
The Memphis Pro competes well with any BBQ pellet burner on the market. Certainly, none is better looking. It is available on a cart or as a built-in. In 2010 the manufacturer sent us a cart-mounted stainless steel Pro to test. It is extremely well built and designed. We are very impressed with the way this baby is put together. Most impressive, the cooking chamber has two layers of... Read More
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PlaceholderBig black square shaped smoker with two doors open showing shiny cooking grates inside. Two chimneys come out the top. A shiny steel door is at the bottom.
Myron Mixon's 750  is his mid-size rotisserie smoker. Not for home use, this 3000 pound beauty is made for high capacity commercial cooking. Rotisserie or carousel smokers are very popular with BBQ restaurants as the multiple racks hold a lot of meat and don't need to be fussed over since they keep the food moving to avoid uneven cooking. Plus meat at the top drips onto racks below so... Read More
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PlaceholderBig red cabinet attached to smaller black cabinet on four wheels. The red cabinet has a large door with handle. A brass ball valve sticks out of the bottom of the black cabinet.
Myron Mixon claims his G20 Gravity Feed Smoker is a set it and forget it cooker and initial reports confirm this assertion. Be that as it may, temperature controllers like the popular BBQ Guru are recommended for ultimate ease of use. Cabinet style smokers continue to gain popularity in our backyards and beyond. Mixon's Gravity Feed line boasts beautiful fit and finish and fully welded... Read More
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PlaceholderTwo big black boxes attached to one another. The right box is smaller. On the bottom are four wheels. There is a large white gauge in the middle of the left box.
With 33 square feet of cooking capacity, the Myron Mixon G33 Gravity Feed Smoker is a large BBQ smoker meant for commercial, catering and competition use. "We didn't invent gravity style smoking, but we damn sure perfected it!", boasts their website with characteristic Mixonian flourish. "The first gravity feed I ever saw was made by Tom Domniey in Orlando, Florida in the 1990s, "says... Read More
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PlaceholderBig black upright cabinet with two chimneys on top and a shelf in front and on the left side. Mounted on a rack with four wheels. There is a large shiny handle, and large round gauge on the front door.
Renowned BBQ Pitmaster Myron Mixon's smallest H2O 36 Water Smoker fits 16 slabs of baby back ribs on cooking two shelves and is big enough to roast a small pig. An Automatic Water System ensures the large built-in water pan never goes dry. Hook it up to a regular garden hose and a valve replenishes the water pan whenever levels drop below three inches. A large drain valve comes in handy... Read More
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PlaceholderBig black upright cabinet with two chimneys on top and a shelf in front and on the left side. Mounted on a rack with four wheels. There are two doors with large shiny handles, and large round gauges.
This 48 inch wide, double door smoker is a mid-size model in Mixon's signature H2O line of water smokers. A smaller 36 inch is available, and larger 60 and 72 inch options as well. All are fully insulated with double walled construction and filled with "military grade insulation". Seconn Fabrication, (see above), manufactures all Myron Mixon smokers. They describe Military grade... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge boxy smoker on a large trailer with big wheels. There is one chimney on top. The large single door has a decoration that looks like a red flag.
Myron Mixon Trailers come in small, medium and large sizes and can be ordered with any Mixon smoker(s) and a variety of options like grills, coolers, burners, storage, log baskets and sinks. BBQ accessories such as drawers, cocktail center, propane tank drawer, and ice maker are also available. We asked Commercial Sales Manager, David Mixon, if he noticed any particular setup that is... Read More
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PlaceholderThree shiny black charcoal grills. Sizes from left to right are small, medium and large. All have a handle on top and steel legs on the bottom.
If this smoker looks familiar, there is a reason. It is an English/Canadian knockoff of the venerable Weber Smokey Mountain. It comes in two sizes, the Napoleon Apollo AS200K being the smallest. Like the WSM, it is a bullet water smoker, and like the WSM, it is black porcelain coated. Unlike most knockoffs, this unit has a couple of clever design innovations and improvements over the... Read More

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