Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens
The wood burning Southern Pride MLR-150 is one of their smaller smokers meant for catering, competition and tailgating. The rotisserie design features four hangers with three 10" x 22" racks per hanger. SP claims it can handle 16 butts (recently renamed Boston Roasts), 24 slabs of Saint Louis Cut Ribs (120 with 12 rib racks), 48 chickens or 8 beef briskets... Read More
Weber's Go-Anywhere Portable Charcoal Grill has been copied by other manufacturers, but as usual, no one does it better. Most owners of this grill are nuts about it. Weber's superior porcelain enamel coated lid and firebox will last long and comes with a 10 year warranty. Two dampers on top and one sliding damper on the bottom side effectively control temperature in this air tight little cooker... Read More
Weber's Go-Anywhere Portable Gas Grill has been copied by other manufacturers, but as usual, no one does it better. Most owners of this grill are nuts about it. Weber's superior porcelain enamel coated lid and firebox will last long and comes with a 10 year warranty. The Go-Anywhere heats up fast and cooks evenly... Read More
The black porcelain enameled lid and base of Weber's Jumbo Joe Portable Charcoal Grill has the same tight construction and durable coating you find on Weber's big kettles. Rust free aluminum dampers on the top and bottom allow for good air and heat control. The 18.5"diameter plated steel grate provides 240 square inches of cook surface... Read More
Q 1000 and 1200 are the smallest Weber gas grills with 189 square inches of cook surface and a single 8,500 BTU stainless steel burner. These portables, originally called Baby Q, were a hit coming out of the gate. Like all Q series grills they have coated cast aluminum housing, porcelain-enamled cast iron grates, electric ignition, removable grease pans and glass re-inforced nylon frames... Read More
Q 2000 and 2200 are Weber's large portable gas grills with 280 square inches of cook surface and a single 12,000 BTU stainless steel burner. These portables, originally called Baby Q, were a hit coming out of the gate... Read More
The black porcelain enameled lid and base of Weber's Smokey Joe Silver and Gold Portable Charcoal Grills has the same tight construction and durable coating you find on Weber's big kettles. Both have rust free aluminum dampers for air and heat control. The 14.5"diameter plated steel grates provide 165 square inches of cook surface... Read More
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 Mini Egg is their smallest model. With a 10" diameter grate that is big enough for a large steak or a couple chicken breasts. Weighing only 39 lbs, one can easily transport it for picnics, camping and tailgating... Read More
The Blackstone 36" Griddle Cooking Station is an interesting, low cost, large capacity cook top. A stainless steel version is available and it is also offered in a smaller 28" size. The four 15,000 BTU generate enough sizzle to do some serious cooking, although it may not stand up to heavy professional use. Indeed the warranty is voided if used for commercial or rental purposes... 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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