Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens
This Kamado style cooker is Grill Dome's smallest model. At about 80 pounds it can be easily moved, (when cool), and even used for tailgating. Still, Grill Dome's heavy construction is apparent. It would take a hefty shove to knock over one of these substantial grills, even without the stand... Read More
Like all Holland cookers their Companion Portable Gas Grill has no open flame. A drip pan beneath the stainless steel expanded metal cooking grate completely covers the small burner, insuring you will have zero flare ups. The underpowered burner with Low/Medium/High settings that range from 2600 BTU to 4900 BTU output also insures you will have no searing ability... Read More
Pro-Iroda O-Grills are a line of stylish portable gas cookers that fold up and can easily be carried by integrated handles that also act as a latch to keep the lid shut during transport. These suitcase size grills are marketed for camping, tailgating, picnics, beach parties, and apartment decks / balconies. O-Grills come in six colors with clam shell designs and retractable legs... Read More
Here's an elegant beast of a ceramic cooker, with heft and insulation and the space to cook for a family. Kamado Joe now makes a variety of cookers, but ClassicJoe is their flagship and the egg that started it all. There are many good things to like about this grill and smoker, and the first is the craft with which it has been built. The heft is impressive. Just lift the lid... Read More
We are working on detailed reviews of all Lynx models. Thanks for your patience... Read More
This device is very similar to the popular Camerons Original Stovetop Smoker. Put wood chips or sawdust in the Max Burton Stovetop Smoker, install the drip pan and rack, set meat on the rack, slide the lid on, turn your exhaust fan on high, turn the kitchen stove burner on high, and in about 30 minutes you have smoked, moist meat... Read More
Simply a spit and motor mounted on a charcoal try. There is no stand. The Standard Single Motorized Rotisserie is McReynolds' smallest model and has a 55 pound load capacity... Read More
Napoleon's Travel Q Portable Gas Grill folds up and can easily be carried by integrated handles that also act as a latch to keep the lid shut during transport. They are virtually identical to the Iroda O-Grills. Both brands are marketed for camping, tailgating, picnics, beach parties, and apartment decks / balconies. The colorful clam shell design with retractable legs is stylish and appealing... Read More
The PigOut Roaster POR 48 is their smallest all in one cooker for large capacity events and handles up to a 70 pound pig or lamb. This is a really clever design... Read More
The 18" cooking grate gives you 254 square inches of cooking area with the grate set down into the belly of the beast, and you can add another grate increasing the cooking area to 460 square inches. The lower air intake is a sliding door that gives you very good control but removing ash through it is tricky because the opening is small and the floor of the inside is slightly below the door... Read More
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