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

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PlaceholderBlack horizontal offset barrel smoker with a chimney on the left and firbox on the right. Mounted on four legs with two large wheels and a lower shelf.
The words, "Oklahoma Joe", still manage to conjure an image of heavy offset cookers that smoked meat like nobody's business and won competitions throughout the land. Alas Oklahoma Joe is but a smoldering shadow of what used to be. Here's the story in brief. In 1988, Joe, Roger and Steve Davidson of Perry, Oklahoma, began making top quality 1/4" pits. Within a couple years the business... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack bullet shaped smoker on short legs on the left, smaller black grill on the right.
The Southern Country 2 in 1 Water Smoker and Charcoal Grill, as the name indicates, can be used as a bullet style water smoker, or converted to a "lock and go" portable grill. The clever design allows you to remove the midsection, then place the lid on the base and turn clockwise until it locks. Grab the handle and go! When smoking, it is easy to add wood chips, chunks, or pellets with... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack horizontal barrel smoker mounted on four legs with two wheels. A smaller black barrel is attached to the left side and a chimney is located on the right side.
We do not like or recommend cheap offset smokers like American Gourmet. Yes, the sticker price is low, the big horizontal drum looks like your BBQ dream come true, and if you don't mind spending time and money for parts, (not to mention ruined meat), you may eventually get one to work OK. But they are a nightmare for a novice and by the time you add your hours and out of pocket expenses... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack horizontal barrel smoker mounted on four legs with two wheels. A smaller black barrel is attached to the left side and a chimney is located on the right side.
Char-Broil's Silver Smoker, for some strange reason painted black, is extremely popular because it is inexpensive. It is cheaply constructed and rusts easily. It leaks smoke around the chimney and doors, and rain gets in around the chimney. It has 738 square inches of cooking area, enough for about seven slabs of St. Louis cut ribs. Because it is not as tight as the more expensive... Read More
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PlaceholderSmall shiny steel dome with a black knob on the top. This is a cut away view that shows the inside. There is a small pile of charcoal at the bottom and a round cooking grate right above loaded with meat and vegetables.
The Cobb Premier Portable Charcoal Grill is a unique stainless steel grill. Weighing just 8 pounds and needing only 8 charcoal briquettes to cook for about 2 hours, Cobb Premier can grill (poorly), smoke (nicely), boil (just fine), fry (no prob), or bake (yes it can), although you'll need some additional Cobb accessories to fully utilize its capabilities. The problem isa that foods are... Read More
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PlaceholderTwo black bbq grills mounted side by side on a large black frame with four legs, four wheels and a lower shelf. Both lids are up.
A gas grill and charcoal grill/smoker for $400: three cookers rolled into one. Use just one side for cooking a couple steaks or both sides for parties. Although some owners gripe that cook surface on each side is smallish. The low powered gas grill has three 10,000 BTU stainless steel tube burners and a 9,300 BTU side burner flush mounted on a side shelf. The charcoal side includes an... Read More
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PlaceholderTwo gray bbq grills mounted side by side on a large gray frame with four legs, four wheels and a lower shelf.
The   Smoke Hollow Charcoal/Gas Grill is one of several in this growing category of BBQ combo cookers. You get everything but the kitchen sink: Gas grill with three stainless steel burners and a sear burner on the left side shelf. Charcoal grill with an adjustable coal tray for direct heat grilling and an attached firebox for offset smoking and indirect cooking Porcelain... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack boxy cabinet mounted on a black metal frame with four legs and four wheels. There are shiny steel shelves in front and on the left side.
American Barbecue Systems All-Star Grill and Smoker is effectively two cookers in one. It has an offset firebox that runs along the back of the cookbox and three stainless steel grates that may be placed at low, middle and high positions for smoking. Or you can build a charcoal fire at the bottom of the cookbox and use one stainless grate above the heat for grilling. Smoking with three... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge black boxy cabinet with two doors in front and a hood on top, in a room with white walls.
American Barbecue Systems Bar-Be-Cube ia a charcoal cabinet or vertical smoker with a couple neat design twists. Four of the five stainless steel cooking shelves inside the BBQ smoke box may be accessed by the front door, while the fifth sits on top under a hinged hood like a regular charcoal grill. The firebox at the bottom is in a slide out drawer and may be removed and repositioned... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge black cabinet with a dome shaped top mounted on a metal frame with four legs and four Wheelst in a room with white walls. There are two doors on the right side and one chimneys on the domed top.
American Barbecue System's Pit–Boss is a large capacity smoker suitable for residential and commercial BBQ use. It has an electric rotisserie that rotates meats on eight stainless steel shelves. As the rotisserie racks move in a carousel path, juices drip to the racks below to self-baste and the constant motion ensures even cooking. The firebox is positioned at the back below the smoke... Read More

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