Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens
The Broil King Keg is a high quality kamado cooker, at home in the backyard or hitched to a vehicle. It excels at smoking, roasting, baking and searing thin meats. While competitive brands charge extra for just about everything but the grate, The Keg comes fully equipped with stand, shelves, extender rack and a ”Multi-tool” which helps handle the grate and dampers and doubles as an ash rake... Read More
The Char-Broil Grill2Go X200 is a solid portable gas grill that employs their trademark TRU-Infrared design to produce searing temps while preventing flare-ups and retaining foods moisture... Read More
Meathead's Hands On Review of GoGalley. GoGalley Eagle 100 Grill: The Best Large Portable Rig Ever.. Read More
Green Mountain describes their small portable Davy Crockett smoker as the Ultimate Tailgater Pellet Grill. There's a lot to like about Davy Crockett and a few negative issues that must be pointed out, but given the lack of choices for compact portable pellet smokers, Davy Crockett rises to the top of a very short list... Read More
The Meadow Creek BBQ26 looks like a giant Hibachi, with no lid, this boring black box is 32" long by 21" wide by 20.5" tall on heavy wire legs. It weighs a substantial 60 pounds. You'd be pardoned for thinking it is just another portable grill, but you'd be wrong. It is really a killer tailgater in disguise... Read More
Napoleon’s new TravelQ TQ285X is one impressive little clam shell style portable gasser, with some unique features not found from competitors. The collapsible stand is functional and solid, even Weber’s Q Series portable cart is rickety in comparison... Read More
The MVP Tailgater has a 1/8" plate steel body and 14 gauge stainless steel lid. Two slide out shelves provide 713 square inches of cook surface. The large cook chamber has plenty of headroom for big cuts, like pork shoulders. A slide out, removable ash pan/coal grate facilitates clean up and easy compliance with sports venues that require tailgaters to dump ashes before leaving the grill... Read More
The Portable Kitchen Grill is an elegant throwback resurrected from 1952. This rustproof, cast aluminum charcoal grill has a flat bottom making it easy to push the coals to one side for smoking and indirect cooking. There are adjustable dampers in the lid and under the fire... Read More
Son of Hibachi is two small Hibachi Grills connected with hinges that can be folded together then zipped up in a heat resistant carrying case for exceptional portability. Moreover, the unique design makes starting coal a snap. You just fill each side with charcoal and fold the trays up. Start the fire at the bottom in a slide out pan that doubles as an ash catcher... Read More
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
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