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

Cocktail Strainer
Here's a list of what you need to make sure you can make professional quality drinks and serve them in style. For some drink ideas, visit my drink... read more
greasy grill grates
Grease and oils get rancid, particularly in hot weather, and rancid grease on your grill grates can make your food taste bad. Rancid grease on the... read more
thermometers
Nobody knows how many millions of dollars are wasted on overcooked food, but far more importantly, the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates... 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
lump charcoal
When working with charcoal controlling temperature is tricky. The more charcoal, the hotter the fire. So it is important to measure how much charcoal... read more
Smoke types
Set it and forget it. That's the main attraction to electric smokers, and an important one. No lighting charcoal, no checking the fuel supply every... 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
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
kamado komodo grill smoker
The kamado or ceramic grill/smoker/oven is a fast growing category with more and more choices every year. With good reason. These charcoal fueled... read more

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