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Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens

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Blacktop 360 Party Hub Grill Fryer DISCONTINUED 2014 ??

Price: 

$250

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

Cabela's 7 in 1 Cooker/Smoker

Price: 

$200

Cabelas's 7 in 1 Cooker/Smoker is made by Masterbuilt and is a Cabela's branded version of the Masterbuilt 7 in 1 Smoker and Grill. It can use either gas or charcoal as fuel. It converts into a brazier or a tripod for boiling water or deep frying and it comes with a 10.5 quart aluminum pot and basket. Like most bullets, it uses an enamel water/drip pan to put moisture into the cooking chamber... Read More

Camp Chef Explorer EX60LW

Price: 

$171

Camp Chef's Explorer EX60LW is one of their most popular outdoor cooking systems... Read More

Cobb Premier Portable Charcoal Grill

Price: 

$150

Good news Cobb lovers! After just a few months of being unavailable in the USA, Cobb has a new distributor in the states - Firecraft!.. Read More

Coleman Roadtrip Grill LXE

Price: 

$190

The Coleman Roadtrip Grill LXE is a two-burner portable gas grill on a fold-up cart. The two 10,000 BTU burners have a unique round design. They are covered by an oval heat diffuser that evens out heat across the coated cast iron grates and sizzles drippings to flavor foods... Read More

Cook-Air Wood Burning Grill

Price: 

$149

Meathead loves the Cook-Air Wood Burning Grill. Here is his review: This is the coolest new grill I've seen in a long time. Although it can cook anything, it's unique design makes it the ultimate lean mean steak machine. Keen observers will note that I have recently downgraded my rating from Gold to Silver because, the more I use it, the more I recognize some minor drawbacks... Read More

Lodge Sportsman's Grill

Price: 

$145

The Lodge Sportsman's Grill is a top of the line hibachi. Even though the seasoned cast iron needs regular maintenance, most owners are crazy about this little grill and love it for camping, tailgating, picnics and patio use... Read More

Louisiana Grills Country Smokers TG-300

Price: 

$699

TG-300 is the smallest smoker in Louisiana Grill's Country Smokers line. The tabletop body has short legs and no wheels. At 26.5" H x 36.5" W x 19.5" D weighing 94 pounds it is big enough to smoke a turkey and small enough to transport in a truck or van. Keep in mind; wherever you go with the TG you need access to electric power... Read More

Masterbuilt 7 in 1 Smoker and Grill

Price: 

$180

You gotta love the versatility and price of Masterbuilt's M7P 7 in 1 Smoker and Grill. It can use either gas or charcoal as fuel. It converts into a brazier or a tripod for boiling water or deep frying and it comes with a 10.5 quart aluminum pot and basket. Like most bullets, it uses an enamel water/drip pan to put moisture into the cooking chamber... Read More

Old Smokey Charcoal Grill #18 Medium

Price: 

$43

The Old Smokey Charcoal Grill #18 Medium is a drum shaped charcoal grill that's been around since 1953. It is made from aluminized steel and comes with an 18" diameter cooking grate which sits in the mid-section of Old Smokey above the charcoal grate. The coal grate is a round disc with vent holes radiating from the center. There is bottom damper under the coal and a top damper on the lid... Read More

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