You know, BBQ means different things to people in different states. Take North Carolina for instance, when you mention BBQ everyone there thinks of pork and I will tell you that it doesn’t get much better than and old N.C. “Pig-Picken”. But here in Texas it means beef. Of course they have many different categories at the Houston cook-off, but beef is one of the most important.
Anyway, I have a friend that made it to the rodeo cook-off one year. He finally admitted that once is enough. I thought that you may like to see his BBQ unit. He made it all himself, starting out with his old boat trailer, and a lot of ingenuity, engineering ability, welding skills, and of course a good enough imagination to be able to make something of beauty and purpose from junk. My friend is an expert at that.
Enough talking, let me show you some pictures of his unit. This first one shows the front of the unit:
Did you notice the flags and that they are in the correct order?
Here is a close up of the emblem:
This next picture shows the fire box end, or rear of it. It is hooked up to his truck to be taken to someplace where good food is needed: