Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens (cont'd)

Displaying 11 - 20 of 565 sorted by medal and then alphabetically
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PlaceholderGas grill with lid up mounted on a cart with black sides and shiny metal double doors.
  Lowe's calls this 2015 exclusive model The Char-Broil Commercial Stainless/Black 3-Burner Gas Grill. It is a new version of the previous TRU-Infrared Commercial line.  The lid has an inner double layer to help keep in heat. It is capable of high enough heat for searing, and low enough for smoking. Furthermore you can create smoke easily by tossing food grade wood chips, sawdust, or... Read More
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PlaceholderSmall portable gas grill with lid up showing food on the cooking grate. A small gas tank is attached on the right. A picnic blanket and basket are seen in the background.
The Char-Broil Grill2Go X200 is a solid portable gas grill that employs their trademark TRU-Infrared design to produce searing temps. It has a 200 square inch stainless steel cooking grate which is also a radiant plate that concentrates heat from the single 9,500 BTU burner. With no open flame, there are no flare-ups, making X200 easy to use and very forgiving for those who become... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack cabinet smoker with door open showing the cooking racks in side where food is placed.
Char-Broil's vertical gasser is one of many smokers that share the same basic design. This cabinet style device has one door for the cooking chamber and a pull out drawer at the bottom to access the combo water pan and wood tray, allowing you to tend the wood and water without disturbing your smoke box. Rotary ignition and a control knob for the 16,500 BTU burner are located on the... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack horizontal barrel grill with two small chimneys, mounted on a stand with four legs and two wheels.
Char-Griller is well known for its affordable and ubiquitous barrel shaped charcoal grills and smokers. Grillin' Pro takes that charcoal barrel body, cuts a few vent holes in the bottom and adds gas burners and a grease removal system to make an unusual looking gas grill with double smoke stacks. Video: Watch Our Hands On Review Of The Char-Griller Here's a quick look at Max Good... Read More
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Dancook's sleek and stylish "Euro" designs have a stripped down, less is more quality, with clean uncluttered lines. They look like futuristic Weber kettles. Indeed it performs very much like Weber. There are obvious similarities and striking differences too. Instead of Weber's single wall bottom with a damper and coal rack, Dancook uses an aluminum outer bowl with three holes at the... Read More
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Meathead had a chance to cook on The Braten 1000. Here is his review: This time the Obamas got it right. In March 2012 they gave the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, and his wife, a very cool gift, a $1,900 wood and charcoal-burning grill and BBQ smoker combo, made, where else, in Obama's home state, Illinois. Last time the Obamas didn't do so well. They gave Cameron's predecessor... Read More
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Echelon Diamond Series is Fire Magic's top of the line and the E1060 is the largest model. The stainless steel cooking grates are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the four cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more like an H, are super heavy duty and designed to spread flame throughout the firebox. One... Read More
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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. Regarding portability, it's difficult, and not recommended, for one... Read More
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The Grillworks 36 is their most popular residential model. Beautifully crafted from high quality 304 stainless steel, these artisanal grills cook over an open fire using a crank to raise or lower the two 18" x 19" grates for heat control. Widely used in Spain, Italy and South America, this design was popularized in the United States in Southern California and commonly referred to as... Read More
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PlaceholderCharcoal grill with a black box lower half and shiny steel hood. The hood is open showing large quantity of food inside and on a shelf in front and on the left side. Under the left side shelf is a hand crank. A bucket of ice with beverages sits to the left on the floor and a bag of charcoal is on the right.
Meathead loves Hasty-Bake! Here is his review: Bottom line: I have never worked with a finer charcoal grill. They may be out there, but I've never encountered them. Please do not confuse this superb cooker with the Easy-Bake Oven toy for kids! This is a real grownup serious charcoal cooker. There is nothing you can't do with this grill and it deserves a place in the back yard of every... Read More

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