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

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If you are in the market for a great high-end gas grill, the Landmann Professional Series Ardor 5-Burner Gas Grill delivers across the board – from assembly to heat control to clean-up and more. The grill is constructed almost entirely of 304 grade stainless steel, meaning it not only looks good. It is built to last. read more
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The Daniel Boone Prime from Green Mountain Grills might be the pellet cooker to show you the pleasures of these machines. It's their most popular model, a mid-size, mid-priced smoker with WiFi, a robust smartphone app, solid all-around performance, and more extras than most in its price range. Read our full review! read more
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We're always on the lookout for excellent food to recommend. Now, some of our favorite BBQ joints ship direct to you. Check out some of these incredible smoked sausages, ribs, and briskets that can get delivered to right your door from some of the best barbecue restaurants in the country. read more
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Grills are not created equally. Before you sink any money into a grill check out this article. It could save you from buying a lemon and make sure your grill meets your needs. read more
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The dream machine is the one that can do it all, high temperature searing and low and slow smoke roasting. The fact is that you can pretty easily adapt any grill for smoking and many smokers can grill and sear, but sadly few do both as well as the monotaskers. read more
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Want more than a barbecue or smoker on your patio or deck? How about a fully equipped outdoor kitchen? Here are some great ideas you may want to consider, or at least dream about. read more
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Here's are reviews of tools, equipment, gadgets, and toys that can help make you a better cook. We have tested all of these products and we really put them through their paces to see if they are worth using. Our reviews and ratings are totally unbiased. read more
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For the best Italian style pizzas or rustic breads, nothing beats a wood-burning oven/forno. Built for use indoor or out, built-in or portable for caterers. read more
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There are six heat sources for cooking outdoors. Each produces a different flavor, and each has its strengths and weaknesses. read more
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Meathead settles the argument of Charcoal Grills vs. Gas Grills once and for all. read more
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Here is what you need to know about stainless steel when buying a grill or smoker, including terms like austenitic, ferritic, 304 steel, and 430 steel. Find out why thickness matters, what is heavy gauge, and how to interpret gauge numbers. Find info on powder coated and enameled steel and how to clean stainless steel. read more
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The outdoor kitchen and dining room are great ways to increase the size of your house. Here are things to conder when designing and planning an outdoor kitchen. read more
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It may be cheap to modify, patch up or upgrade your current smoker. Sometimes you just need to toss it and get a new one. Here are some tools to help you. read more
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Looking for a new grill? Dreaming of a better smoker? Check out our top picks for best grills and smokers of the year in all price categories, as chosen by our full time grill and smoker tester, Max Good. read more
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Here are some great grills you won't find at the hardware store. read more

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