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Meadow Creek TS120P

Meadow Creek TS120P

If you ever find yourself in need of extra cooking space, the TS120P offset smoker may be your solution. This quality BBQ smoker offers a whole 11 sq ft. of cooking space! Think of all the meat you can smoke or grill at once with no need to keep anyone waiting for their meal. The TS120P has a lot to offer: Serious cooking space for serious BBQ lovers, max durability for years and years of smoking, and competition quality BBQ results like you’ve never had before.

This low and slow cooker can cook up to 11 sq. ft. of meat to juicy perfection because this BBQ cooker is a reverse flow smoker. The reverse airflow allows for the smoke to circulate around the meat evenly cooking it with no need to flip it. This method of smoking will help your smoking chamber maintain a consistent temperature and fire burning for a long time all on its own. You’ll effortlessly be turning ordinary slabs of meats into gourmet excellence. Prepare for a lifetime friendship with the TS120P, it’s been handcrafted in the USA by Meadow Creek’s expert welders using only the best materials, it’s been built to last featuring stainless steel specs to prevent rusting, 18’’ locking caster for easy mobility, a shelf on the outside for prepping space and many other features other BBQ manufacturers just can’t match.

Meadow Creek’s TS120P is a versatile, heavy-duty, compact smoking machine. You can count on the TS120P BBQ smoker to do most of the work and produce results that will make you the BBQ master. It's perfect for large events like parties, fundraisers or family gatherings.

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Please note: The standard firebox included with this smoker will eventually need a paint touch up, especially if used at high temperatures. We recommend upgrading to an insulated fire box to avoid having to touch up paint. 

Standard Features:

  • Stainless Steel slide-out grates
  • Positive lock latches
  • Built-in water pan
  • Removable Ash pan
  • Ball valve drain
  • Stay Cool Handles
  • 18" wheels and heavy-duty locking casters
  • Charcoal grate in firebox
  • Reverse Flow Latches
  • All Stainless Steel Handles
  • Thermometer on Smoker & Warming Box
  • 1 Outside Shelve
  • 4.5 oz can of touch-up paint
 
 
Specifications:

Dimensions: 75" H x 90" L x 49" W

Grate Size: 20" x 41.75" Top, 22" x 41.75" Bottom

Cooking Area: 1,753 Sq Inches

Weight: 780 lbs.

Warming Box Dimensions: 36H x 18W x 12D

Warmer Box Grate Dimensions: 11.5" x 17.5"

Warmer Box Temp: The Warmer Box is normally 100 degrees cooler than you cooking chamber, however, if you have a fire going for long enough and you don’t let the warmer box “breath”(open the door a few times) it will end up reaching the same temperature as the cooker.
 
Meat Capacity: Fits a 100lb. whole pig, 30-31 whole chickens, 13-14 whole briskets, 12-14 racks of spare ribs, 15-18 racks of baby back ribs, and 21-22 pork butts.
 
Suitable model for feeding 250 people. 
 
$3,950.00

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The following product reviews are personal opinions from our customers and do not reflect the official stance of Big Poppa Smokers.

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I'm pretty disappointed with this smoker. Been cooking for more than 15 years, so I'm not a complete novice. I've been looking at upgrading for several years and finally decided on a meadow creek after a whole bunch of research. Paid nearly $5,000.00 for what I thought would be a great unit. As it t... read full review


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I'm pretty disappointed with this smoker. Been cooking for more than 15 years, so I'm not a complete novice. I've been looking at upgrading for several years and finally decided on a meadow creek after a whole bunch of research. Paid nearly $5,000.00 for what I thought would be a great unit. As it t... read full review


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  1. Meathead

    I'm pretty disappointed with this smoker. Been cooking for more than 15 years, so I'm not a complete novice. I've been looking at upgrading for several years and finally decided on a meadow creek after a whole bunch of research. Paid nearly $5,000.00 for what I thought would be a great unit. As it turns out, I really wish I'd just went and got another cheapo smoker for 1/10th the price! After setting it up and doing two events with this new smoker it is for sale on Craigs List. Sadly, I've had no takers thus far.

    The smoker looks good for sure. No complaints with the quality of the build. Functionality though is a whole other matter.

    The smoker absolutely eats charcoal. Takes more than double the charcoal of any smoker I've used before. First 11 hour cook I did used 60 pounds of charcoal plus wood. The second cook was an 8 hour cook and it used 40 pounds of charcoal plus wood. The charcoal basket is advertised to hold 40 pounds. I find it holds 25 pounds at best. Adding more fuel to the basket is a real chore during the cook because there is only a 3 or 4 inch gap above the basket. you can slide the basket out a little bit, and that does help, but its time consuming and you loose a lot of heat and probably some eyebrows.

    It takes about an hour for the smoker to get up to temp. That also eats up a lot of fuel. I find that one end of the unit is consistently 20 - 25 degrees cooler than the other while cooking.

    This smoker takes constant fiddling to maintain temp. I've tried a flame boss on it and it's too small to provide enough air to keep the temp up. Most definitely not a set it and forget it type smoker.

    Overall, will it cook meat? Yes. But for the price I certainly expected much more. (Posted on 6/8/2019)

  2. Meathead

    I'm pretty disappointed with this smoker. Been cooking for more than 15 years, so I'm not a complete novice. I've been looking at upgrading for several years and finally decided on a meadow creek after a whole bunch of research. Paid nearly $5,000.00 for what I thought would be a great unit. As it turns out, I really wish I'd just went and got another cheapo smoker for 1/10th the price! After setting it up and doing two events with this new smoker it is for sale on Craigs List. Sadly, I've had no takers thus far.

    The smoker looks good for sure. No complaints with the quality of the build. Functionality though is a whole other matter.

    The smoker absolutely eats charcoal. Takes more than double the charcoal of any smoker I've used before. First 11 hour cook I did used 60 pounds of charcoal plus wood. The second cook was an 8 hour cook and it used 40 pounds of charcoal plus wood. The charcoal basket is advertised to hold 40 pounds. I find it holds 25 pounds at best. Adding more fuel to the basket is a real chore during the cook because there is only a 3 or 4 inch gap above the basket. you can slide the basket out a little bit, and that does help, but its time consuming and you loose a lot of heat and probably some eyebrows.

    It takes about an hour for the smoker to get up to temp. That also eats up a lot of fuel. I find that one end of the unit is consistently 20 - 25 degrees cooler than the other while cooking.

    This smoker takes constant fiddling to maintain temp. I've tried a flame boss on it and it's too small to provide enough air to keep the temp up. Most definitely not a set it and forget it type smoker.

    Overall, will it cook meat? Yes. But for the price I certainly expected much more. (Posted on 6/8/2019)