The King Of Barbecues

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By David Ponce

Allright, that’s it. This is the beginning, the middle and the end of it all. I will die a lonely shriveled death if I fail to spend some quality time with this: The King Of Barbecues.

The 160,000 B.T.U.s of Hank Hill-icious pRopane power is only the beginning of the story. There’s also a smoke chamber that can fit up to 100 6-pound chickens. But that’s not all, see, The King also has a:

satellite TV and radio, a Sony flat screen, and a solar-powered DVD and DVR ? and it sports 24-karat-gold rims and door handles.

I can’t find a price for this custom creation from David Close BBQ, but word on the street is that this might belong to some rapper or other.

Gold rims? Yeah, I can believe that. It’s definitely pimpin.

[David Close BBQs] VIA [Gear Factor]

5 thoughts on “The King Of Barbecues”

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  2. Your King of BBQ is out of this world and takes Cooking to a all time high, great job you are a great designer and have a far reaching imaganation.I lived in Seoul South Korea and have the only pull behind two wheel smoker/grill in the country and have been cooking whole pigs,pork roast, prime rib,hams and what ever the customer wishes for the past 13 years. I sometimes get misque,but mostly use local oak and fruit wood for smoking all my meats.The local americans keep me very bussy on the weekends and holidays and the korean nationals go crazy over my style of cooking they have never tasted something like this before.I really admire your tast and style keep up the good work.From the land of the never been right,supporting our troops in south korea.

    Al Gray

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