Ratings, Reviews, And Buying Guides (cont'd)

weber kettle add-ons
A buoy meets grill love affair was kindled 65 years ago when Americans fell for a shapely new arrival that forever changed outdoor cooking. According... read more
stovetop smoker
Stovetop smokers are great for people who can't cook outdoors, or who can cook outdoors but are cooking small quantities and don't want to use a... read more
top 10 multifunction grill and smoker
While it's not unusual for backyard chefs to stretch the capabilities of their cookers to both smoke and grill, often with ingenious tactics, we used... read more
Great Outdoors Smoky Mountain
If you are looking for a smoker with set-it-forget-it simplicity and good flavor, on a modest budget, go gas. Gas fueled smokers are almost as easy... read more
offset smoker
Charcoal or wood fueled smokers are the gold standard and extremely popular for backyard chefs. The taste is top notch and you get to play with fire... read more
Gaskets
It can occasionally be a lot cheaper to modify, patch up,or upgrade your current smoker. Here are some tools to help you. Then again, sometimes you... read more
grilling figurine
Charcoal grills and wood burning grills are less expensive than gas, produce more smoke and therefore better flavor, and, with the exception of gas... read more
southern pride smoker
Ready to open a restaurant or give Famous Dave a run for his money? Ready to start a catering biz and drag a smoker to picnics, ball games, corporate... read more
house park meat
I am always hesitant to cook a recipe without a picture. A picture tells me what it looks like and provides evidence the author actually tested the... read more
corkscrew boy
Claire Bretecher, a profound French cartoonist, once drew this pathetic, wordless sequence: She is lying on her mattress on the floor, bawling her... read more

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