The Orion Cooker – this is new.

August 28, 2008 at 7:50 am 2 comments

Always on the look out for new ways of preparing dead carcass I ran across this little gem.  The science is sound and the look is quite Star Trek-ish.  Now if the good folks at Orion are looking for a quasi-celebrity chef to endorse their product I may know someone who is up for the job.  Hint, hint.  Nudge, nudge, say nor more.

Here’s what they have to say about their new fangeled smokerizor thingy:

The Orion Cooker is a new, innovative outdoor convection cooker that uses three cooking processes simultaneously: convection, steam and smoke (if desired). This cooking process couldn’t be any easier and yields incredible results every time. Using 100% indirect heat to create a convection current, there is absolutely no cooking maintenance with drastically reduced cook times. When compared to traditional smokers, the Orion Cooker is unmatched in cooking speed. Smoke six racks of ribs in 1 hour and 15 minutes, or a twenty pound turkey in 2 hours and 15 minutes.

The Orion Cooker includes 3 rib hangers to accommodate 6 racks of ribs, 3 cooking grates providing 398 square inches of cooking surface, and a poultry stand and lifting handle which holds a 24 pound Turkey. Fantastic prime rib, beef brisket, Boston butt and seafood. Just fill it, fire it and forget it!

Orion Cooker Manual: Click here to download (PDF 1.44mb)
UPC code: 853998001012

Warranty: 3 Year Orion

PRODUCT WEIGHT COOK TIME*
Chicken 3-4 lbs. 1 hour 10 mins
Whole Turkey 20 lbs. 2 hours 15 mins
(7 mins per pound)
Whole Turkey 15 lbs 1 hour 45 mins
(7 mins per pound)
Prime Rib 7-8 lbs 1 hour 30 mins
(12-15 mins per pound)
Beef Brisket 6-7 lbs 3 hours
Beef Brisket 13-14 lbs 4 hours 30 mins
Baby Back Ribs 6 racks 1 hour 15 mins
Baby Back Ribs 3 racks 1 hour 10 mins
Pork Roast 7 lbs. 1 hour 15 mins
Boston Butt 5 lbs. 3 hours 30 mins
Boston Butts (2) 6-7 lb Butts 4 hours 30 mins
Pork Chops 1.5″ cut 35-40 mins
Salmon Filet 2-3 lbs. 30 mins
Chicken Wings 20 wings 45 mins
Chicken Wings 40 wings 1 hour

* Cooking times are approximate

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2 Comments

  • 1. NELL MIMS  |  September 3, 2009 at 12:44 pm

    Yes , I would like to know what is the best way to clean the inside of the cooker . Not the racks . the inside ofthe coOKER

    • 2. Panache76  |  November 24, 2010 at 4:33 pm

      Prevention is the best offense. Take Tin Foil and prepare the bottome of the cooker, wrappig the dish and a bit of the sides in bit of the foil. That’ll prevent splatter or drippings from caking on (and they will). So, with this bit of help, you can rotate from one meat to the next and you won’t have to clean out the inside with soap, water, and bristle brush. I’ll also say that this way also turns an hour clean up into like 5 minutes.

      Enjoy


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