Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens
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
Blackstone's Patio Oven is propane powered outdoor oven on four heavy casters, (2 locking). The powerful 60,000 BTU gas output is housed in a dome topped pizza oven with an open front. A round ceramic pizza stone rests above the flame and another ceramic plate is positioned above the cook surface in the dome to radiate heat back down... 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
Put two spoonsful of hickory sawdust in Camerons' stainless steel pan, put the drip pan on top of the sawdust, put the non-stick rack on top of that, and put the meat on the rack. Slide the lid on, turn your exhaust fan on high, turn the burner on high, and in about 30 minutes you have smoked, moist meat... Read More
You don't get much more basic than Char-Broil's 2-Burner Classic. It's small in size and price. The two 13,250 BTU stainless steel main burners actually have a bit higher output than many comparable grills. Ignition is piezo electric. The housing is porcelain coated steel and grates are porcelain coated steel rods... Read More
The Char-Broil CB500X Portable Charcoal Grill is a scaled down version of its big brother, the 940X. The 500X has the same black powder coated steel body, pre-seasoned cast iron grates, adjustable height coal grate and front access ash/coal door... Read More
Char-Broil's Table Top Gas Grill is a burner in a box. Lightweight and inexpensive with a single, 11,000 BTU burner that is fueled by 16.4 oz. or 14.1 oz. propane cylinders. Lightweight is the operative word which is good for portability, not so good for durability. Thin metal all the way around, chrome plated grate and wire legs that fold up to secure the lid for easy transport... Read More
This 2-Burner is the smallest Char-Broil Gourmet grill. A good choice for environments with limited space like an apartment patio. The side tables fold down and the grill can be rolled out of the way when not in use... Read More
Suitable for small environments and/or small capacity cooking needs. This electric cooker is particularly useful for people in apartments or condos that don't allow any device with an open flame to be used outdoors. It has a single, 1,750 watt electric burner that plugs into a standard 120V outlet. The round porcelain coated grate is a one piece design... Read More
The George Foreman 15 Serving Indoor/Outdoor Grill is an attractive electric cooker that can be used as a tabletop grill, or freestanding grill by mounting it on an included pedestal. A non-stick ribbed griddle cook surface has a slightly indented center to channel grease into a removable grease cup concealed inside. The cook surface is removable and dishwasher safe... Read More
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