In 2011, the city of Joplin MO was hit by an EF 5 tornado that would rank among the worst tornadoes in history with almost 200 fatalities and causing $2.8 billion in damages. Continue reading
Troy Smith loves to cook. So much so, he has his own channel on YouTube all about his cooking adventures. So when it became clear he needed a quality barbecue pit to add to his cooking gear, he really did his research. Continue reading
Founded in 1865 by William W. Cargill, the Cargill company is it is the largest privately held corporation in the United States. It’s a vast, family owned business that encompasses commodities investments, agriculture, livestock and product manufacturing. Their offices stretch across the United States including several in Kansas, the home state of Yoder Smokers. Continue reading
These monster Yoder Smokers are getting ready for a west coast road trip. The 36″ X 108″ triple-door offset wood-fired pits are the latest custom smokers we’ve made for the Ingram family barbecue empire. The Ingrams run six popular restaurants spread out across California’s fertile Central Coast region known for barbecue that is so delicious, it regularly sells out.
Yoder Smokers is proud to be a sponsor of Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke show on public television. We were thrilled to partner with our Wichita retailer All Things Barbecue to welcome the barbecue scholar emeritus for a series of cooking classes. It was kind of like an episode of Project Smoke, but with a whole backline of Yoders! Steven and Chef Tom from ATBBQ’s The Sauce cooked up an incredible array of dishes from the new Project Smoke book on everything from the Loaded Wichita offset smoker to our 24″ x 48″ Flat Top charcoal grill and a fleet of Yoder Smokers pellet grills. Continue reading