Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens (cont'd)

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The Member's Mark 8-Burner Event Grill is a low cost solution for occasional mass production of simple BBQ fare like burgers and dogs. This large, fold-up, portable device measures 109.25"L x 25.19"W x 43.22"H when upright. The porcelain coated steel cooking grates provide 959 square inches of cook surface. Eight 14,500 BTU burners covered by porcelain coated steel heat tenets should... Read More
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An interesting and unique cube shaped grill that loads charcoal in the left and right double walled sides. Meats are clamped in a grill basket, and then inserted in a slot that runs between the two walls of charcoal where both sides are cooked simultaneously, decreasing cook times and eliminating flipping. A water pan at the bottom catches drippings and kills flare up, a key feature... Read More
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MHP took their existing components and created a large, 36", stainless steel grill which may be installed or purchased on a cart. GJK3 has a contemporary look, but without bells and whistles like digital thermometers and hood lights. Indeed, the only electric components are the battery ignition and optional rotisserie. Gone is the heavy cast aluminum housing that defines MHP in so many... Read More
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The TJK2 is similar to the MHP classic cast aluminum WNK4 except it is made with a single wall stainless steel lid with aluminum end caps. The stainless seems like a nod to contemporary tastes, but why the single wall for a company that prides itself on even heat retention? The hood has a novel "Stay Kool" handle which is a perforated stainless steel tube. It rolls freely within its... Read More
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Mugnaini's Medio 110 Barrel Outdoor Oven is an imported Italian Valoriani refractory oven wrapped in insulation and a stucco finish that may be colored and/or decorated. The Medio 110 Barrel is one of Mugnaini's most popular freestanding residential ovens. It rests on a thick refractory tray and painted metal stand with a wood storage shelf at the bottom. At 2800 pounds with 1520 square... Read More
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Napoleon's Travel Q Portable Gas Grill folds up and can easily be carried by integrated handles that also act as a latch to keep the lid shut during transport. They are virtually identical to the Iroda O-Grills. Both brands are marketed for BBQ camping, tailgating, picnics, beach parties, apartment decks and balconies. The colorful clam shell design with retractable legs is stylish and... Read More
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The Ole Hickory EL-ED/X End Loader Extra Wide model is one of their most popular commercial smokers because the 18" x 48" racks on this mid-size unit allows ribs to be loaded front to back and maximize yield. Ole Hickory offers what they consider a conservative and realistic way to estimate capacity: one square foot of cook surface for one slab of ribs or one pork butt, (recently... Read More
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Otto Wilde, the German engineering group that brought us their super powered Over Fired Broiler salamander grill, is working on a new line of modular outdoor kitchen equipment centered around a premium priced, 32 inch wide, four burner, stainless steel gas grill dubbed Otto's 32. At the time of this writing, they're wrapping up a very successful Kickstarter campaign and hope to roll out... Read More
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The PigOut Roaster POR 48 is their smallest all in one cooker for large capacity events and handles up to a 70 pound pig or lamb. This is a really clever design. Built in Canada, this ingenious stainless steel propane fired device has a motorized rotisserie for hogs and lambs that can also be used to hold optional shelves, ferris wheel style, for cooking other foods like chicken, BBQ... Read More
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Although Pitt's & Spitt's Combo 18" X 30" Smoker Pit is one of their smallest models, with 810 square inches of cooking surface it's large for residential use. We like residential BBQ offset smokers with the firebox underneath rather than on the side because heat naturally travels upward, not sideways. While this is not always desirable for catering and competition where different... Read More

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