Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens
The Yoder Frontiersman II 30" Trailer is offered in three sizes. The one pictured at the top of this page is their mid-size 173" long, double door model. Yoder also offers a Frontiersman I 159" single door and a Frontiersman III 204" triple door version. Frontiersman II has three 23.5" x 29.5" racks... Read More
The Super Hog is Louisiana Grill's largest cooker. It is basically two smokers joined together with two independent fire pots and two dedicated hoppers. You can roast chickens at 325 on one side while slow smoking brisket at 225 on the other. Remove the middle partition and free up all 2400 square inches of cook surface to smoke a whole hog and more... Read More
The Whole Hog Smoker is an extra-large cooker on four legs with four heavy duty wheels. It is basically two smokers joined together with two independent fire pots and two dedicated hoppers. You can roast chickens at 325 on one side while slow smoking brisket at 225 on the other. Remove the middle partition and free up all 1750 square inches of cook surface to smoke a whole hog... Read More
The XL is Traeger's largest residential pellet smokers. With 836 square inches of primary cook surface it can cook 24 chickens or 16 slabs of ribs. This big boy has a large pellet hopper in front, two chimneys and two drip buckets. Although it has a digital controller, it uses an old style dial control like those made by Ortech... Read More
First of all, rest assured, there are no microwaves used in this beauty. The originals were homemade wooden boxes for a splayed open pig. A sheet of metal was placed on top of the pig and coals poured on top of the metal. Al Simon's Cajon Microwaves (he pronounces it with a bayou twang SEE moan) are beautifully made of stainless steel and trimmed with gorgeous Louisiana Cypress... Read More
Arizona BBQ Outfitter's Scottsdale Cooker is a clever design that melds an adjustable height charcoal grill with a Santa Maria, vertical lift grill. Most vertical lift grills have no hood, which limits their capability to some degree. Scottsdale employs a removable hood and back windbreak to provide the best of both in one... Read More
Bubba Grills 250 Reverse Flow Smoker/Grills and trailers have many options and range in price from $2600 to $4400. The model pictured at the top of this page is loaded. It has two 61" x 21.5" top cooking racks, a 61" x 25.5" bottom rack and four 24" x 28" racks in the rib box... Read More
Tow this crowd pleasing 6-burner beast where you like. With almost 1000 square inches of cook surface and a large 46" x 21" hood this baby is feast capable and can even handle a whole hog. Two insulated stainless steel ice chests, two large stainless work shelves and dual 30 lb. propane tanks... Read More
This is a metal lined plywood box in which you place a small, splayed pig. On goes the lid and the coals go on top of the lid turning the box into a hot oven. Cooks fast and makes very crispy skin but the meat does not get smoky or a grilled flavor. Perfect for backyard parties and luaus. .. 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
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