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

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PlaceholderLarge black charcoal kettle grill with smoke coming out the top, mounted on a cart with four wheel. It is on a brick patio with a building in the background.
Introduced on 4/6/2016, the Weber Summit Charcoal Grilling Center is a radical departure from George Stephen's original Weber Kettle and Weber's first major upgrade to the kettle in decades. It is bigger, badder and more versatile with a price tag to match. Aimed squarely at people who are serious about both grilling and smoking and priced to compete with high end charcoal grills, it... Read More
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PlaceholderWest of Memphis Ironman 3
West of Memphis Ironman 3 is a grill with an offset firebox attached. Their unique, modular component design allows you to slide out the three burner gas system and replace it with a charcoal firebox insert. 3/16" steel plate construction should do a good job of retaining heat when used as an offset smoker. These clever and ruggedly attractive hand-made products combine an unusual mix... Read More
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PlaceholderYoder YS480
Yoder is a brand revered by competition cooks for well-designed high end charcoal and wood fired smokers and grills made in the USA. In 2010 they introduced two pellet cookers. The YS480 is the smallest. The numbers stand for the square inches of cooking surface with an optional second shelf that adds 65% to the cooking surface area. So the YS480 has 480 square inches of primary cooking... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack pellet smoker with a chimney on the right and control box on the left, mounted on a metal frame with four legs and four wheels.
Yoder is a brand revered by competition cooks for well-designed high end charcoal and wood fired smokers and BBQ grills made in the USA. In 2010 they introduced two pellet cookers. The YS640 is the largest. The numbers stand for the square inches of cooking surface with an optional second shelf that adds 65% to the cooking surface area. So the YS640 has 640 square inches of primary... Read More
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PlaceholderA shiny metal box with "Big Chief" printed on the front. To the right of the box is a rack with five levels loaded with meat jerky.
Big Chief Electric Smokers come in two models, front loading and top loading. Both have the same MSRP of $159.95, but you can easily find substantial discounts. You load it by removing the front or top depending on the model. It is primarily used to make smoked fish, cheese nuts and meat jerky. But the 450 watt heating element will not generate much heat, particularly in cooler weather... Read More
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PlaceholderGreen kamado with wood handle up front mounted on a black stand with four legs.
For many, the Big Green Egg is the Weber of Kamados. They introduced Kamado cookers to the USA and are often viewed as the industry standard. The Large Egg is big enough for a 20 pound turkey and has an 18" diameter grate. Made in Mexico the BGE design is simple, it is built to last, and it has a limited lifetime warranty. Round Kamados work as good as or better than standard charcoal... Read More
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PlaceholderGreen kamado with dome lid up mounted on a black stand with four legs.
For many, the Big Green Egg is the Weber of Kamados. They introduced Kamado cookers to the USA and are often viewed as the industry standard. The Medium Egg is smack dab in the middle of their five sizes with a 15" diameter grate. Made in Mexico the BGE design is simple, it is built to last, and it has a limited lifetime warranty. Round Kamados work as good as or better than standard... Read More
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PlaceholderSmall green kamado with dome lid up mounted on a black stand with three legs.
For many, the Big Green Egg is the Weber of Kamados. They introduced Kamado cookers to the USA and are often viewed as the industry standard. The Mini Egg is their smallest model. With a 10" diameter grate that is big enough for a large steak or a couple chicken breasts. Weighing only 39 lbs, one can easily transport it for picnics, camping and tailgating. Made in Mexico the BGE design... Read More
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PlaceholderGreen kamado with dome lid up mounted on a black stand with four legs.
For many, the Big Green Egg is the Weber of Kamados. They introduced Kamado cookers to the USA and are often viewed as the industry standard. The Small Egg is one size larger than their Mini Egg and has a 13" diameter grate. Made in Mexico the BGE design is simple, it is built to last, and it has a limited lifetime warranty. Round Kamados work as good as or better than standard... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge green kamado with dome lid up mounted on a black stand with four legs. Wood shelves are attached on both sides.
For many, the Big Green Egg is the Weber of Kamados. They introduced Kamado cookers to the USA and are often viewed as the industry standard. The XLarge Egg has a 24 " grate and the dome can accommodate two 20 pound turkeys. Made in Mexico the BGE design is simple, it is built to last, and it has a limited lifetime warranty. Round Kamados work as good as or better than standard... Read More

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