Whole hog cookers

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  1. tcc

    tcc Elite Refuge Member

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    Ha, no in my little shed. I had about a 6x8 shed we used to smoke a hanging hog; it was wooden framed in the front with metal back towards the fire and skinned with corrugated tin. We did burn it down last year though; got in a hurry and moved the fire too close to the hog to try to speed things up and when we took the hog out we looked back and it was in flames! The grease I guess had built up over the years and we got too close with the fire.
     
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    callinfowl Kalifornia Forum

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    I was going to say why in the hell are you asking questions on a duck forum.:l:l:l
     
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  3. stevena198301

    stevena198301 Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    I always thought it was "A pig in the ground and beer on ice"? In all seriousness though... I've eaten some tasty pig cooked on cinder blocks over expanded metal. We did some pigs in high school that way for a fundraiser for the AG dept. About 8 of us helped the AG teacher do it overnight.
     
  4. olepal

    olepal Elite Refuge Member

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    Go to Craigslist, North Carolina, and virtually any city. Type in "Cooker" and you will get a bunch of whole hog cookers.
     
  5. burgawboy

    burgawboy Elite Refuge Member

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    Errybody got a hog cooker in Norf Cacalak
     
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  6. Porter Bayou

    Porter Bayou Senior Refuge Member

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    Go ahead and get you a backwoods and be done with it.
     
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    Porter Bayou Senior Refuge Member

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    "The Shed" had a bit of a fire a few years back, but they got things rebuilt pretty quickly. I have no idea how it passes any kind of building code. Here's a pic of their competition smoker. the-shed-bbq-1954-wagon1.jpg
     
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  8. tcc

    tcc Elite Refuge Member

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    If I'm spending that kind of money I'd be looking for a Bewley or an Oyler
     
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    callinfowl Kalifornia Forum

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    That is a perfect use for a Jeep and a sweet grill.
    The blonde lady that is part owner of that place is pretty freak'in easy on the eye as well, I wish she would take me out to the Shed for a tour of the pit.:yes:l:tu
     
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    bill cooksey Elite Refuge Member

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    She's sweet as can be in person.
     

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