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

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PlaceholderShiny stainless steel gas grill with lots of control knobs and shelves on both side, mounted on a cart with one door and two drawers.
Echelon Diamond Series is Fire Magic's top of the line. The E660 is their smallest model, although with 660 square inches of primary cook surface we consider this a large grill. The stainless steel cooking grates are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the three cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge stainless steel gas grill with lots of burner control knobs, mounted on an oversize cart that extends on the left to provide a work surface when cooking. The cart has two doors and two drawers.
Echelon Diamond Series is Fire Magic's top of the line. The E790 is their mid-size model, although with 790 square inches of primary cook surface we consider this a large grill. The stainless steel cooking grates are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the three cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack, rectangular pellet smoker on four legs with a box attached to the left side. The Box has a control panel with LED display. A chimney sticks out the right side.
The Green Mountain Grills Daniel Boone is their most popular model. Green Mountain includes some features not common in lower price pellet smokers and that often cost extra even in higher cost cookers. There's a standard meat probe feature that reports the internal temperature of what's being cooked to the controller read-out, a low pellet alarm, a work surface on both sides, and tool... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack, rectangular pellet smoker on four legs with a box attached to the left side. The Box has a control panel with LED display. A chimney sticks out the right side.
The Green Mountain Grills Jim Bowie is their biggest residential BBQ model. Green Mountain includes some features not common in lower price pellet smokers and that often cost extra even in higher cost cookers. There's a standard meat probe feature that reports the internal temperature of what's being cooked to the controller read-out, a low pellet alarm, a work surface on both sides,... Read More
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PlaceholderUrn or lava lamp shaped, black pellet smoker with a shelf attached on the right side.
The Grilla pellet smoker sure catches your eye. We always liked Grilla, but the original MSRP of $1,600 seemed steep. We felt a premium was being placed on the cool cosmetics. In 2016 Grilla Grills made a substantial price cut and it can now be purchased factory direct for $799 with free shipping. That drew us off the fence and into the jungle. Form does follow function in some aspects... Read More
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PlaceholderHorizontal barrel-shaped smoker on a double door cart on an outdoor deck.
Grilla Grills’ full-sized Silverbac pellet cookers are solid, well-built and well thought out pieces of BBQ equipment. Grilla introduced their popular, industry first, vertical round pellet grill known as the original “Grilla” in 2010. Silverbac reverts to the more common horizontal rectangular grill shape, and according to their website, it has become the new “patriarch of the Grilla... Read More
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PlaceholderWood logs burning in a fireplace. A cooking grate loaded with food hovers over the flames. A crank wheel id in the upper right corner of the fireplace.
The Grillery Fireplacer is a very cool indoor cooking device that turns your existing wood fireplace into a BBQ grill. The main up and down travel shaft bolts to the side of a masonry fireplace. After initial installation, no tools are required. Just drop in the lift frame and grate support arm, insert the crank wheel and go! Everything clicks on then lifts off. The main travel shaft is... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge metal table-like grill on four legs with large wheels. The back is a red brick wall. A crank whee attached to an axle above the table holds a large steel cooking grate.
The Grillworks 36 Asador has two 18" x 19" adjustable height grates. Asadors are Grillworks most popular models with a floating firebrick wall that lines the back with removable, replaceable refractory fire bricks. The bricks retain and reflect heat while providing protection to outer surfaces. These grills are heavy, requiring a 304 stainless inner tube frame and four, heavy duty,... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge metal table-like grill on four legs with large wheels. The back is a red brick wall. A crank whee attached to an axle above the table holds a large steel cooking grate.
The Grillworks 42 Asador has two 21" x 19" adjustable height grates. Asadors are Grillworks most popular models with a floating firebrick wall that lines the back with removable, replaceable refractory fire bricks. The bricks retain and reflect heat while providing protection to outer surfaces. These grills are heavy, requiring a 304 stainless inner tube frame and four, heavy duty,... Read More
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PlaceholderVery large contraption made of stainless steel and red bricks. A large bar connected to a crank wheels is suspended above with a roof covering all. Large storage areas can be seen at the base.
Designed to knock out both the cook and client, this spectacular machine is intended for cutting edge restaurants that want to enflame their guest's dining experience. At 135 inches wide and 1600 pounds, it is essentially a very large version of Grillwork's popular Asador with independent left and right grills and a fire cage at the center. The fire cage is a raised fire box with large... Read More

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