Oklahoma Joe Tradition
Dave Lineback's Oklahoma Joe.
"This piece of 1/4-inch thick, 16"-diameter oil pipe has a cooking chamber that is 32" long and a16"square grill over the firebox. With considerable effort, I've successfully cooked whole pork shoulder with it. As is common with offset cookers, the temperature is generally higher on the firebox end and that means moving meat several times. Because the meat is not over the firebox except when grilling, I jack up the legs on the chimney end and let the fat run into the coals in the firebox. Since Wilber came along, I use the OK Joe Tradition primarly as an overflow and holding pit."