May 4, 2010
If you want to see a great build progress from the very start you have to go check out BigRBQ. Click on "Picture Gallery" once you get there and feast your eyes on one very nice build still going on!! Want more information on exactly what's being done, join the BBQ Forum at The Smoker King's website. There just look under the heading, "Building a smoker or grill" and you'll find the thread regarding this build. If you have any problems finding it once your there just ask around, anyone there will be more than happy to point you in the right direction. In the meantime, enjoy the pics of a great build going on at the BigRBQ
Apr 29, 2010
"Have Chuckwagon-Will Travel"
We have been serving the entire bay area for over 10 years and have earned an excellent reputation as the premier BBQ and catering company in Northern California and provide the best quality service and freshest food available.
While traditional Western BBQ is a specialty, we also offer complete catering services for groups of any size, classic sit down dining, company lunches, party trays and Buffets. We have catered complete dinner parties and BBQ's for as few as 50 and as many as 5000.
We design the menu to your request from the standard to the exotic: We have catered wedding receptions for 200 offering a complete vegetarian menu to large events featuring food from around the world. We BBQ whole pigs, goats, lambs or any piece of beef weighing up to 900 pounds at your site.
All cooking is done at your site in one of the Chuckwagons using only the freshest ingredients and USDA Choice meats. You will find our prices to be more than competitive and our service impeccable, and as always, spotless cleanup. We supply all eating utensils (best quality paper & plastic), while fine china and glassware are also available.
Always more than you expect, Guaranteed!
We serve until everyone has all they want to eat.
References are available upon request.
Please call us at (650) 591-4349 to talk to a real person and discuss how we can make your party a fun and memorable event.
Apr 27, 2010
All new 1/4" rolled plate steel body with all new components. 1/4" plate drip and grease pan are all welded 3 piece construction. Fireboxes constructed of 1/4" plate steel. Handles are 3/8" thick strong back. Trailer is constructed of 3" channel iron and has 15" aluminum wheels with heavy duty trailer tires.
Actual Cooking Surface
71 1/4" x 28"
13.79 Sq. Feet
Consists of 3 square tubing and heavy mesh racks laid side by side
53 1/2" x 27"
9.95 Sq. Feet
One piece sliding rack made of square tubing and heavy mesh
3 Shelves Measuring
13” x 21”
* Easy To Use
*Easy To Clean
Apr 25, 2010
The Commercial Kombo (CK) combines the advantages of both the rotisserie and the Kombo cooker in one unit. This will give you a wide range of options. You can smoke on both sides or close the Kombo unit and used it for grilling or for a warming oven.
The rotisserie portion of our CK’s cooking chamber is 42” x 48” x 48” and contains six trays. Each tray will hold approximately five 15-pound turkeys. Seven to nine sides of ribs can be placed on each tray by using rib racks. A tray will hold five or six trimmed briskets; the amount of trimmed brisket can be tripled with rib racks. Whole hogs, dressed (up to 70 pounds) and trussed can be placed on each tray. There is a fold down worktable, 12” x 48” on the cooking chamber. The firebox area is shared with the Kombo unit. The 15 gallon water jacket, which is to hold only water, has fill sight gauge and drain tap on the back of the unit. The rotisserie line of Bar-B-Que Pits provides a smoking chamber with excellent smoke pattern flow and even, consistent heat. A baffle placed in the smoking/cooking chamber directs heat evenly around all four sides and catches the meat drippings, which flow out to a drainpipe. This helps provide and maintain a clean smoking chamber. The meat placed on the rotating tray does not have to be turned or moved during the smoking process. The trays rotate through the smoking chamber at one revolution per minute. A 110-volt gear motor equipped with a brake powers the rotisserie. The thermometer is placed for convenient reading.
The Kombo portion of the CK has a 32” X 36” cooking chamber. It is equipped with a fold down table and a thermometer. This side of the CK is unique since it provides three cooking options. A chef can open up the dampers for smoking or partially close the damper and create a warming oven. Also coals can be placed on the bottom rack for direct grilling of meats or vegetables. It shares a firebox and a 15-gallon water jacket with the commercial smoker. The water jacket can be shut off to the Kombo portion of your cooker. Adding extra cooking trays can double the Kombo’s grilling surface.
The unit is fabricated from twelve and fourteen gauge metal. Nine-gauge expandable metal is used for the cooking trays and worktables. The firebox grate is 6 gauge expandable metal. The firebox, located between the two cooking chambers is 18” x 16” x 42” with hot air chambers and insulated doors. There is access to the firebox from both sides of the cooker. There are two drains under the firebox to allow for flow through cleaning as needed. Dampers are positioned in both the firebox door and the smokestacks. This unit is 5’ wide, 13’8” long, 7’2” tall and on 13” tires. It is on a trailer axle, with springs, tires, running lights, 2” coupler with jack, dolly steel wheel and spare tire & mount: is road ready.
* Rotisserie and Kombo cooker in one unit
* Handy fold down table
* Road Ready
* Double Wall w/1800° Insulation
* Gas Burner
* Warming Oven