Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens
For many, the Big Green Egg is the Weber of Kamados. They introduced Kamado cookers to the USA and are often viewed as the industry standard. The XLarge Egg is as big as these green guys get. The 24 " grate and XLarge dome can accommodate two 20 pound turkeys. Made in Mexico the BGE design is simple, it is built to last, and it has a limited lifetime warranty... Read More
The Char-Griller Kamado Cooker with Cart plants this popular, low cost device in a tubular steel frame, with 26" x 26" table with integrated tool hooks, rolling on two black plastic wheels and two locking casters... Read More
The new Char-Griller Kamado Akorn Grill, like its predecessor the King-Griller Kamado Kooker, is a double wall, insulated steel egg that is much lighter, in some ways more durable, and way less expensive than ceramic Kamados. Char-Griller is well known for grills that are cheap to make and cheap to buy. Until now, they gave us what we paid for... Read More
Kamado Joe's BigJoe is an extra-large, well-crafted 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
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
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
We heard a lot of bad news about Bayou Classic ceramics in the past. These cookers are outsourced to Chinese fabricators. Bayou Classic's parent company, Barbour International, claims they had quality problems with previous vendors, but have found new sources capable of producing much better product. Indeed, it appears satisfied owners are in the majority now... Read More
This Kamado style cooker is Grill Dome's Large model, although not as large as their XL. 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
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
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