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La Caja China Model #2
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- Charcoal Pan & Grid
- Large Dripping Pan
- 2 Stainless Steel Racks
- Marinating Syringe
- Metal Handles and Instructions
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This is the Large model and most popular. Roasts up to a 100 lbs Pig, 16-18 whole Chickens, 4-6 Turkeys, 8-10 slabs of Pork Ribs, 8-10 Pork Shoulders or any other type of meat or fish.
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Assembly was very easy, I did it without any help from anyone other that a few cold corona's. I decided to test it with an 11 lb. turkey at a friends house. I followed the cooking instructions but was a bit hesitant about the cooking time so removed it about 20 minutes sooner than directed. The turkey was very moist but the legs were a bit uncooked. So it's best to follow the instructions without any doubt what so ever. It took approximately an hour and a half to cook the turkey and only ten minutes for all of it to be completely devoured by my friends.
Will be cooking a 75 pound pig in it tomorrow and am very excited to use it.
It is worth every cent of the asking price.
The ash pan was a bit bent and a couple other pieces from shipping but not enough to prevent it from doing it's job.
Update: Oneo of the guests at party I cooked the hog for stated that the pig was "Phenomenal"
I did not notice that the 100 pound weight listed is for a live pig. I have no idea how my eyes managed to tell my brain to ignore it. I found that a dressed pig is 25% of the live weight. My pig was about 80 pounds dressed. (please don't laugh at the previous comment :) )
It was a bit difficult to tie down the S hooks to hold the pig, but I managed to do so by bending the one side of the frame which did not harm the basket that holds the pig.
The cooking time written on the box contradicts with instruction manaul that comes with the cooker. I used the instructions on the box, plus one more hour to make sure it was fully cooked. It took a total of 5 hours to cook the pig.
After the 5 hours, we opened the lid, lifted the rack and the pigs head fell off. You really can't get any more moist than that with an outdoor appliance. At least I have not seen one in my time.
Our first run was for my wife's birthday on New Year's Eve and it was a balmy 25 degrees when we lit the charcoal. After 4 hours and 25 minutes from inserting the pig, we had it on the table and is was exactly as advertised. I made 3 dipping sauces and had done some injecting (an injector came with the box) and everyone loved it! Our pig was headless (for my wife) and hanging dry weighed 44#.
This is a great product and practically idiot proof. The only minor challenges involved assembly. If you know something about tools and have a few large clamps you'll be done in about an hour getting it all together.
One happy surprise was the cleaning...there was a significant amount of rendered lard in the bottom. Enough that next time I'll clarify and store it for other uses. For our first experience I just used a little hot water to rinse after a very gentle scrape of the inside with a stick.
We'll be curious to see how durable this is...can it stand up to monthly use for years??? But, assuming I can get 15 uses from it I think it's a great value and cuts a pig roast time down by about 12 hours.
One item that is confusing and that I wished I'd understood better beforehand is the description around the weight limits of the box. The documentation from La Caja China talks in live weight but neither my butcher nor anyone else I spoke with was familiar with what that meant. I called La Caja China (who were extremely helpful and nice) to ask what the 60-pound butchered pig I ordered would mean in terms of live weight and they suggested it would be about 90-95 pounds. What this meant to me is that my trial run of a "small" 60-pound pig was actually almost maxing out what the box could do. Perhaps this is a regional thing but it threw me for a bit.
Lastly, there are two minor annoyances I have about the box. The first is the handles on the grate and ash pans come off far too easily. A more secure connection system would be appreciated. The second is I had to go online to read other people's blogs to successfully assemble the device. A word of warning: If you feel you need to grab your drill, you just need to loosen all the bolts and then the holes will line up.