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

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PlaceholderBBQube Kamado Go Grill/Smoker
The BBQube Kamado Go 275 is a portable charcoal-fired smoker/grill that will appeal to tailgaters and backyard chefs. It is designed to act as a smoker with its included temperature controller or as a grill for searing foods. This review examines the smoker functionality using the thermostatic controller as well as the cooker's performance as a searing grill. If you're wondering why... Read More
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
PlaceholderGreen upright barrel with dome shaped lid mounted on four legs. A tube comes from the bottom and attaches to a white tank on the right.
Cabelas's 7 in 1 Cooker/Smoker is made by Masterbuilt and is a Cabela's branded version of the Masterbuilt 7 in 1 Smoker and Grill. It can use either gas or charcoal as fuel. It converts into a brazier or a tripod for boiling water or deep frying and it comes with a 10.5 quart aluminum pot and basket. Like most bullets, it uses an enamel water/drip pan to put moisture into the cooking... Read More
PlaceholderChar-Broil CB500X Portable Charcoal Grill
The Char-Broil CB500X Portable Charcoal Grill is a scaled down version of its big brother, the 940X. The 500X has the same black powder coated steel body, pre-seasoned cast iron grates, adjustable height coal grate and front access ash/coal door. At 38 pounds with dimensions of 16D x 24W x 16H and a 240 square inch cook surface, it's somewhat large for a portable, but perfect for patio... Read More
PlaceholderBlack oval shaped gas grill from above. The lid is up showing the oval cooking grate inside. Black shelves are attached on the left and right.
The Coleman Roadtrip Grill LXE is a two-burner portable gas grill on a fold-up cart. The two 10,000 BTU burners have a unique round design. They are covered by an oval heat diffuser that evens out heat across the coated cast iron grates and sizzles drippings to flavor foods. Additional cook surfaces are available that fit on either side, over one of the burners. There is a griddle and... Read More
PlaceholderRed orb shaped object on right with a black vinyl case labeled "cook-air" next to it on left. Small electric components scattered in front.
This is the coolest new grill I've seen in a long time. Although it can cook anything, it's unique design makes it the ultimate lean mean steak machine. Keen observers will note that I have recently downgraded my rating from Gold to Silver because, the more I use it, the more I recognize some minor drawbacks. Still, it is by far my favorite grill for steaks and chops under 1" thick, and... Read More
PlaceholderA small, red and black rectangular gas grill on short legs placed on a bench with green grass in the background.
The Cuisinart Petite Gourmet Tabletop Gas Grill is Portable with a capital P! Small and lightweight the design favors style and mobility over performance. We found the single 5,500 BTU stainless steel oval burner got plenty hot for searing but temp was concentrated in the middle of the porcelain coated steel grate, making it necessary to constantly move foods around for even cooking.... Read More
PlaceholderSmall black barrel shaped object with leathery surface on an outdoor deck.
GoBQ was created to offer a truly mobile grill, one you can carry on your back. Constructed of flame resistant, silicone coated, fiberglass fabric, this grill rolls up and fits in a backpack or over your shoulder with the included carrying strap. Transporting and storing a portable grill is no problem when you are traveling by car, but when you are bopping around on foot or bicycle, it... Read More
PlaceholderGrill Dome Infinity Series Small
This Kamado style cooker is Grill Dome's smallest model. At about 80 pounds it can be easily moved, (when cool), and even used for tailgating. The walls are thicker than most kamados, hence Grill Domes are known for heavy construction and excellent heat retention. The ceramic is Grill Dome's own creation, called Terapex, which they claim is more durable than traditional ceramic and can... Read More
PlaceholderLarge black metak disc with the letters K U D U cut into the sides. Rods are attached to each side and a round grate and iron pan are attached to the rods.
The KUDU Grill is a 29" diameter steel fire bowl on four legs with two "elevation" bars attached to the sides. The company switched from powder coating to a nano-ceramic coating which they believe is superior. It comes with a 19" diameter expanded metal cooking grate and a 16" diameter 2.8" deep cast iron pan. The cooking grate is 115 square inches and the cast iron pan is 82 square... Read More


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