Every year the innovative people who love to cook invent clever new devices for us BBQ lovers from big grills to tiny thermometers. All year long our team of BBQ experts tests, rates, and reviews scores of products so you can buy the best, and so you won’t waste your money on things that look good on paper but just don’t work in practice. Our reviews are as unbiased as humanly possible. We don’t do sponsored articles, writers never know who is buying ads, and suppliers are never charged to have products reviewed. Rest assured, our Best New Products were selected because we really like them, not because someone paid us to say so.
Max Good, AmazingRibs.com’s Keeper of the Flame, is the only person in the world whose full-time job is testing, researching, reviewing, and rating grills and smokers. Good measures temperatures, slams lids, turns dials, studies warranties, kicks casters, cooks a lot of food, and considers look, feel, functionality, durability, and price. Good maintains the world’s largest searchable database of more than 500 outdoor cooker ratings and reviews and this year’s Best New Products were selected from it.
Similarly, Bill McGrath, an electrical engineer, uses sophisticated lab equipment to test and rate dozens of thermometers every year. McGrath’s Best New Products were chosen from more than 150 handheld, wired, and wireless remote thermometers that were lab tested and reviewed, and are now searchable in his database.
And Clint Cantwell, winner of the Travel Channel’s “American Grilled” national cooking contest, along with other BBQ experts, conducts experiments to rate and review the best and worst among grill gloves, tongs, spatulas, and other BBQ tools and accessories. Cantwell’s Best New Products were selected from an ever-expanding database of more than 100 reviews of outdoor tools and kitchen accessories.
Published On: 12/1/2020 Last Modified: 4/23/2021