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

fec1000pc pellet grill and smoker
Bottom line: It's all about control. And convenience. Oh yeah, taste, too. Set it and forget it. Great flavor. No brainer. Pellet burners are a real... read more
charcoal vs gas
"Gas or Charcoal?" The most frequently asked question since "Chicken or Egg?" The flame war between charcoal purists and gas hotheads burns brighter... read more
rib rack
Here's a list of tools, equipment, gadgets, and toys that can help make you a better cook. Click here for a list of kitchen tools we love. Click... read more
GrillGrates
Before we take a look at the different grill grates and consider their pros and cons you should read my article busting the myth of grill marks and... read more
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
outdoor kitchen with barbecue
Nowadays we are cooking and eating more and more meals outdoors. For many of us, the back yard has become a second kitchen, dining room, and living... 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
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
bbq gloves
When it comes to barbecue and grilling, gloves are almost as important as salt and pepper. We use them to handle tongs, hot grates, hot food, and... read more
the best tools: hands
Sorry folks, you don't need a lot of really expensive toys. You can do just fine with a few inexpensive toys. You don't need ceramic knives, copper... read more

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