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June Oven Premium Review


Max Good,’s Full-Time Grill Tester

In the market for the perfect multi-function smart oven? June is versatile, effective, and fun! A few concerns arose in our tests, but whatever reservations we had were eclipsed by our love for the unit during the testing process. We award The June Oven our top Platinum Medal.

Cuisinart Griddler Five Review


Max Good,’s Full-Time Grill Tester

Cuisinart’s Griddler Five is an electric indoor griddle/grill that upgrades their previous version with a sleek modern look, LCD display, digital controls, and a sear function. If you’re shopping for a small indoor electric, Cuisinart’s Griddler Five deserves a look. It’s versatile, easy to clean, and light and small enough to store out of the way in an upper kitchen cabinet. We award it our Best Value Gold Medal.

Nordic Ware Stovetop Kettle Smoker Review


Max Good,’s Full-Time Grill Tester

We reviewed Nordic Ware’s Stovetop Kettle Smoker and have to say it looks like it may be one of the better indoor smokers available, earning our Gold Medal. Most indoor smokers have no lid or a shallow low profile lid. The 36550 has a high domed lid big enough for smoking/roasting a whole chicken.

Livart LV-982 Electric Barbecue Grill Review


Max Good,’s Full-Time Grill Tester

Livart’s LV-982 is an indoor electric grill popular for Yakitori style grilling. Japanese Yakitori is bite sized pieces of chicken and veggies on skewers, however, the 982 is not limited to Yakitori and is often used to grill a variety of bite sized foods. We reviewed this model and awarded it our Silver Medal.

George Foreman 15 Serving Indoor/Outdoor Grill Review


Max Good,’s Full-Time Grill Tester

Check out our review of the George Foreman 15 Serving Indoor/Outdoor Grill. It is an attractive electric cooker that can be used as a tabletop grill, or freestanding grill.

GE Profile Smart Indoor Smoker Reviewed and Rated


Max Good,’s Full-Time Grill Tester

GE Profile’s Smart Indoor Smoker is a sealed oven with a 1,550 watt electric element at the bottom for cooking heat. Wood pellets are burned inside to generate smoke. Smoke exhaust is eliminated by a catalytic system located in the back before being blown out from the front bottom into your home. A fascinating magic trick. Read our review to learn more.

Camerons Original Stovetop Smoker Review


Meathead, Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

We reviewed this indoor smoker and gave it our Bronze Medal. Put two spoonfuls of hickory sawdust in Camerons’ stainless steel pan and put the meat on the rack. Slide the lid on, turn your exhaust fan on high, turn the burner on high, and in about 30 minutes you have smoked, moist meat.

Max Burton Stovetop Smoker Review


Max Good,’s Full-Time Grill Tester

We reviewed this device which is very similar to the popular Cameron’s Stovetop Smoker. Put wood chips or sawdust in the Max Burton Stovetop Smoker, set meat on the rack, slide the lid on, turn your exhaust fan on high, turn the kitchen stove burner on high, and in about 30 minutes you have smoked, moist meat.

Published On: 1/6/2021 Last Modified: 10/31/2023


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