What's New On The Site (cont'd)

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A fun, beautifully photographed cross country visit with some of the top grillers in the nation including Meathead read more
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The weather resistant LED Concepts' BBQ Grill Light features super bright LED lights, a 22-inch flexible gooseneck that rotates 360 degrees, a magnetic base, and a clamp for grills with non-magnetic surfaces such as stainless steel. All of that for approximately $20! The only downside? The LED bulbs aren't replaceable. read more
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Oklahoma Joe's Bronco is a low cost barrel smoker with hinged lid, gasket, side shelf, wheels, grilling capabilities, adjustable dampers, and ability to smoke low and slow up to 12 hours on one load of charcoal. What’s not to love? We award this relatively low cost phenom our AmazingRibs.com Platinum Medal! read more
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Oklahoma Joe's Rider DLX Pellet Grill has some very unique and clever features: a lever that shifts from smoke to sear and the best pellet hopper clean out system we've seen. During our testing and review we found a lot to like about OKJ's Rider DLX, but some serious flaws prevent us from recommending it at this time. read more
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Can't decide between a charcoal, wood, or gas grill? Char-Griller's Flavor Pro Multi-Fuel Grill allows you to use all three thanks to a unique design first seen with Kalamazoo's much costlier hybrid grill. While our review revealed some issues, this grill should be appealing to someone who wants multiple fuel options. read more
Read our comprehensive review of the Tappecue Touch and its new dual-sensor and wireless probes. These add functionality to a nice product, expanding its usefulness to avid cooks. A Gold Medal! read more
The Broil King Signet 390 is sturdy, durable, reliable, and has plenty of cooking space for a mid-sized gas grill. The included rotisserie and side burner offer versatility and the main burners are able to achieve high, searing temps. Broil King's Signet 390 earns our AmazingRibs.com Best Value Gold Medal. read more
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When the previous iteration of Bullseye rolled out, we were among the many who were disappointed. It was quickly discontinued. This new model appears to address some of our complaints. They are currently out of stock. We will order one when available and get to work as soon as it is delivered. Stay tuned. read more
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The SmartFire Pro BBQ Controller meets or exceeds expectations for this kind of equipment. It's well-made, performs well, and meets our requirements for a Gold Medal. read more
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The Judge is an all around solid grill that is built to last with some nice features that make for an easy grilling experience. Although we love the large, rectangular cook surface which is perfect for 2-zone set-ups, Judge comes up just a briquet or two shy of winning our Gold Medal, but earns a solid Silver. read more
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A short stiff blade with a sharp point makes the paring knife the tool of choice for fine work like slicing radishes, peeling apples, coring peppers. The Gunter Wilhelm Premier ProCut 3.5 inch inch Premier ProCut Paring Knife is a superb blade with a wicked sharp 15 degree cutting edge that is also drop dead gorgeous. read more
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The BBQ Guru DynaQ is a two-channel wireless remote food thermometer and thermostatic controller that comes with a stand, and an AC adapter. It's a well-made unit with only Bluetooth connectivity, and should be fine for many backyard cooks. read more
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The BBQ Guru UltraQ Thermostatic controller and food thermometer is a full-featured product that incorporates all the conveniences expected in a product of this type, and received a Gold Medal. read more
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The Smartro ST-54 is a stand-alone two-channel thermometer with a timer function and audible/visible alarms to alert the user when time or temperature limits are exceeded. read more
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The BBQube Kamado Go 275 is a portable charcoal-fired smoker/grill that will appeal to tailgaters and backyard chefs who want a dual-purpose cooker that can operate off the grid. Kamado Go earns our AmazingRibs.com Best Value Silver Medal. read more

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