King Kooker 18" Rectangular Outdoor Cooker

Our Price: $159.99
Includes Instruction & Recipe Booklet
Stock #KIN-FRY-1803PKP

Type: Propane Outdoor Cooker
18" Heavy duty rectangular cooker
54,000 BTU Cast Burner

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The 18" Portable Rectangular Propane Outdoor Cooker is for the serious fryer.  If you need to fry fish, hush puppies, and fries in large quantities for large crowds we have the kit for you!  Whether you're boiling, frying, grilling, or smoking, King Kooker products can do it all. And deep fried turkey is a King Kooker specialty!

Features:
  • Size: 21 1/2" W x 15" D x 21 1/4" H
  • Weight: 36 lbs
  • 18" Heavy duty rectangular cooker with recessed top
  • 18 Qt. Rectangular aluminum fry pan with double baskets and heat resistant handles
  • Deep fry thermometer
  • Attachable worktable
  • High BTU cast burner
  • UL listed LP hose and adjustable regulator type 1 connection

    Includes instructions and recipe booklet

    "I built it. And they just keep coming." -

    Norman Bourgeois
    Inventor, Entrepreneur and Undisputed King of Outdoor Cooking

     

     

     

      I was a welder, and I am a Louisiana cook, so Ift.ve always been at home with heat. But I never could find an outdoor cooking rig that got hot enough or was made strong enough. So, one day back in 1979, I went out to the garage and built my own. Pretty soon I was making cookers for my family and friends, and-as they say-one thing led to another. Now people from Maine to Minnesota and California to Carolina are cooking with the king of outdoor cooking rigs. Me? Ift.m still boiling and frying and steaming and grilling for my friends and neighbors. Ask anybody who owns a King Kooker: Thatft.s what itft.s all about.

King Kooker




The King Kooker Story: "I built it. And they just keep coming." I was a welder, and I am a Louisiana cook, so I've always been at home with heat. But I never could find an outdoor cooking rig that got hot enough or was made strong enough. So, one day back in 1979, I went out to the garage and built my own. Pretty soon I was making cookers for my family and friends, and-as they say-one thing led to another. Now people from Maine to Minnesota and California to Carolina are cooking with the king of outdoor cooking rigs. Me? I'm still boiling and frying and steaming and grilling for my friends and neighbors. Ask anybody who owns a King Kooker: That's what it's all about.