Category Archives: Projects

What am I cooking? What am I building?

Old Ugly BBQ Trailer Build!

I really wanted to get a trailer that could house all my BBQ cooking and competition stuff all in one place. I just didn’t have the funds to go out and get one that was done. So I looked and … Continue reading

BBQ Grill Project: The F.O.P. Grill

So, another build… I gained a sponsor Kansas City Missouri Police Department’s Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 99 this summer and they helped me out for a contest. All they wanted was for me to burn some burgers and brats … Continue reading

BBQ Smoker Build “The Tower”

So during the busy summer I wanted to smoke more meat at one time on one smoker you know for parties and catering. This was a problem because all I had was a small uneven Brinkman offset, a Weber, and … Continue reading

I am BACK!

Well you may ask where I have been… BUSY! We (Barbeque Kansas City also know as Chop Quey) have been cooking a lot! Our summer in review the short version; We started a competition Barbeque Team Chop Quey and went … Continue reading

Update project smoker!

We did some work on the smoker yesterday! As you can see it grew! I added a couple of Harbor Freight 8″ castors and 12″ legs to one side. A pair of 10″ 300 pound capacity tires with 18″ legs … Continue reading

Project: Extra Large BBQ Smoker! Part 1

So a few months ago I came across a Craigs list ad for a Large old oil drum for free. Sight unseen I went out and picked it up. Wow it was big! Just what I always wanted! All I … Continue reading

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Come visit our store Barbeque Kansas City! Tons and tons of stuff! Grab a shirt and help me promote!

Barbeque Kansas City! Going live this week!

We have big plans this upcoming week.  The Barbecue Kansas City crew (my wife and kids…maybe the neighbor kid) are going out and about! Great barbeque is on tap for the week! I will be running around town to those … Continue reading

Project: My “Chop House” BBQ Trailer!

So, for the last few years I have been cooking here and there for the guys and girls at work–50 or so hungry people, and for friends and family–a 100 or so more hungry people.  Then there was a rib-eye banquet…and … Continue reading