Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens
Primo’s Oval Junior is their smallest Oval model. Primo’s claim to fame is the unique oval shape which enables true 2-zone cooking: something that standard round designs really can’t accomplish. With 2-zones operating simultaneously, you can slide foods from a cool to hot side for crisping chicken and reverse searing steaks... Read More
The Smoke EZ is not a smoker, but an effective accessory that turns your inexpensive Charcoal Kettle into a smoker. We decided to include it in our searchable data base for our many readers who want to grill and smoke, but don't have the budget to purchase two dedicated cookers... Read More
The Smokenator is not a cooker, it is an accessory for charcoal kettles. But it is such an effective and economical accessory, we decided to include it in our searchable data base for our many readers who want to grill and smoke, but don't have the budget to purchase two dedicated cookers... Read More
Son of Hibachi is two small Hibachi Grills connected with hinges that can be folded together then zipped up in a heat resistant carrying case for exceptional portability. Moreover, the unique design makes starting coal a snap, (see right). You just fill each side with charcoal and fold the trays up. Start the fire at the bottom in a slide out pan that doubles as an ash catcher... Read More
The Vidalia 628 is their mid-size cooker: unlike any other on the market. The unique design has two 20,000 BTU burners on the left direct side and a large water pan on the right indirect side. Air gets pulled in from the left by the gas flames, convection heat naturally moves upward and is deflected back down from the hood where it exits out the right exhaust vent... Read More
Weber's Go-Anywhere Portable Charcoal Grill has been copied by other manufacturers, but as usual, no one does it better. Most owners of this grill are nuts about it. Weber's superior porcelain enamel coated lid and firebox will last long and comes with a 10 year warranty. Two dampers on top and one sliding damper on the bottom side effectively control temperature in this air tight little cooker... Read More
Weber's Go-Anywhere Portable Gas Grill has been copied by other manufacturers, but as usual, no one does it better. Most owners of this grill are nuts about it. Weber's superior porcelain enamel coated lid and firebox will last long and comes with a 10 year warranty. The Go-Anywhere heats up fast and cooks evenly... Read More
The black porcelain enameled lid and base of Weber's Jumbo Joe Portable Charcoal Grill has the same tight construction and durable coating you find on Weber's big kettles. Rust free aluminum dampers on the top and bottom allow for good air and heat control. The 18.5"diameter plated steel grate provides 240 square inches of cook surface... Read More
The Weber One-Touch Silver 18.5" Charcoal Grill has about 240 square inches of cooking surface and sells for under $100. It is the basic unadorned low price Kettle, and a perfectly fine cooking tool just the same. Ash is swept through the vent holes in the bottom under the grill by a lever beneath the bowl and it drops into an aluminum pan... Read More
Q 1000 and 1200 are the smallest Weber gas grills with 189 square inches of cook surface and a single 8,500 BTU stainless steel burner. These portables, originally called Baby Q, were a hit coming out of the gate. Like all Q series grills they have coated cast aluminum housing, porcelain-enamled cast iron grates, electric ignition, removable grease pans and glass re-inforced nylon frames... Read More
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