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

Steak Knives
There is just something about those big beautiful steak knives that the best steak houses use that I have always admired. There is something about... read more
wsm
There are a number of bullet-shaped charcoal smokers out there and they are pretty easy to use. The best is the Weber Smokey Mountain (WSM) which now... read more
kalamazoo kitchen
Modern outdoor kitchen designs are amazingly sophisticated and beautiful. Companies like Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet produce weatherproof cabinets,... read more
Napoleon travelq
<p>I am going to be politically correct here, which is to say I am going to be polite to my friends who love their electric grills. I am not... read more
tailgater
For the tailgate party, balcony, beach, back country hike, cattle drive, Winnebago trip, or on your yacht, you need a portable grill. When shopping... read more
pig smoker
If you don't like the grills in your hardware store, how about one of these? Send them to me when you see a new one to add to my rogues gallery. And... read more

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