Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens
Meathead loves the Cook-Air Wood Burning Grill. Here is his review: This is the coolest new grill I've seen in a long time. Although it can cook anything, it's unique design makes it the ultimate lean mean steak machine. Keen observers will note that I have recently downgraded my rating from Gold to Silver because, the more I use it, the more I recognize some minor drawbacks... Read More
Here's an elegant, well-crafted a ceramic cooker. The heft is impressive. Just lift the lid. There's no wiggle, no wobble, and no doubt that the well-machined stainless steel hinge will keep the heavy lid up. It moves with ease and the quality construction is apparent... Read More
The Master Forge 2-Burner Cast Aluminum Gas Grill is the only aluminum grill they make, and their only model that bears the Made in the USA claim. That's because it is made for Lowe's Master Forge brand by Huntington in Huntington, IN. When gas grills began to appear in the early 60s, many were made with cast aluminum because it has good heat retention properties... Read More
Primo’s Large Round Kamado is a high quality ceramic cooker. Their unique porcelain coated steel, reversible cooking grates have a clever design. They are two sided. One side places the cook surface up high and flush with the felt insulation, flip it over and the surface drops down 2” closer to the coal... Read More
The SlatGrill is a new, portable grill that breaks down into a small kit for camping, hiking, fishing, biking and all outdoor activities that require traveling light. In addition to familiar, portable compacts from big BBQ manufacturers, there exists a sub-genre of ultra-portable camping grills. Some are simply grates that hang from a tri-pod or rest on fold-out legs... Read More
An upgraded version of Traeger's compact Junior Pellet Smoker. The biggest difference is the Eilte Junior has a superior digital controller whereas the Junior has an old fashioned 3 position controller. It is well worth the extra $50 to go with the Elite over the standard Junior... Read More
Q 1400 is the smallest Weber electric with 189 square inches of cook surface. It has a dark grey cast aluminum body and glass-reinforced nylon frame. Most electrics have limited upper temp ranges, but many owners report Weber's Q electrics put a pretty good sear on a steak. Weber states their electrics reach 500 degrees, but can get hotter depending on ambient temperature... Read More
Q 2400 is the largest Weber electric with 280 square inches of cook surface. It has a dark grey cast aluminum body and glass-reinforced nylon frame. Most electrics have limited upper temp ranges, but many owners report Weber's Q electrics put a pretty good sear on a steak. Weber states their electrics reach 500 degrees, but can get hotter depending on ambient temperature... Read More
For 2014 Weber brought back the 14.5" compact version of their popular Smokey Mountain Series. WSMs are high quality, charcoal fueled, bullet-shaped smokers. They are often seen competing head to head with large commercial cookers at practically every competition. And winning. They take very little time to master, and there are a lot of tricks the experts use to produce incredible food... Read More
Bravo Sports says this item has been discontinued as of 2014. Too bad, it is a unique and well thought out product. Many retailers are still selling them so who knows what the future may bring. Here's our review... Read More
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