Ben Bacher is a native Alaskan and on of the first Pecos Outdoor customers. We leaned on Ben early on to test the Pecos Table in the treacherous climates Alaska endures. We are happy to say that Ben was never disappointed in his Pecos through every season. We brought him down to south Texas on a Whitetail hunt to show him our appreciation, and learn how to BBQ from the pitmaster himself.
When Parke isn’t using his Pecos table to train horses or wrangle calves, he’s using it to cook up some delicious fajitas. After a long day of working on the ranch, Parke makes it look easy with the Pecos table.
*Placing a stove or cooker on the Pecos table can result in burning plastic.
Victor Olivares is a seasoned fly fishing guide on the Texas coast, offering his clients a unique experience. Aside from putting his clients on some monster Redfish, Victor likes to serve up some fresh caught Redfish ceviche – live on the water. Victor uses the Pecos Table to help him prep his ceviche because of the stainless steel and aircraft-grade aluminum legs. Every metal piece on the Pecos is corrosion resistant. Just give it a quick rinse with freshwater, and you’re all set to get back on the water tomorrow.
Terry Blacks BBQ is known for preserving the craft of old-school bbq techniques. Opening in 2014, Mark and Mike Black were determined to revive their grandfathers style and serve it the RIGHT way. Nine years later, they have locations in Austin, Dallas, and Lockhart. Maintaining an efficient work environment requires tools that can last. Terry Blacks uses the Pecos Table in a couple of it’s locations to help serve their customers more efficiently.