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

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Dyna-Glo makes basically the same grill for Lowe's under the Master Forge label. A lot of people like it, so we went to kick the tires and were sorry to find it is about as flimsy as flimsy gets. It's so cheaply constructed that it made the POJ Char-Griller on display next to it look good. The dampers were rickety and out of line with the vents in the body, there's no way this thing can... Read More
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Dyna-Glo offers three decent, moderately-priced grills. This Dual Fuel unit is their most interesting model. You've got gas burners on one side and charcoal on the other. It has a hand cranked, adjustable tray that moves the charcoal up and down for good heat control and a 12,000 BTU stainless steel charcoal ignition burner to get the party started. Two stainless steel burners on the... Read More
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Looks like all Emeril by Viking Grills are discontinued.
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The shiny, stainless steel IG Charcoal BBQ Grill has a simple, cosmetically appealing design. It has a large, 16 inch x 30 inch cooking grate that can be separated into two 16 inch x 15 inch sections as shown here.
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The Smoke Hollow 40" Barrel Smoker is a horizontal offset smoker and seems very similar to the Char-Broil Oklahoma Joe and the Brinkmann Trailmaster. But it costs twice as much. Smoke Hollow claims heavier steel construction justifies the significantly higher price, but they were unable to provide specs. This isn't a hot item for Smoke Hollow and it is in limited distribution. We... Read More
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A gas grill and charcoal grill/smoker for $400: three cookers rolled into one. Use just one side for cooking a couple steaks or both sides for parties. Although some owners gripe that cook surface on each side is smallish.
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The   Smoke Hollow Charcoal/Gas Grill is one of several in this growing category of BBQ combo cookers. You get everything but the kitchen sink:
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First of all, rest assured, there are no microwaves used in this beauty. The originals were homemade wooden BBQ boxes for a splayed open pig. A sheet of metal was placed on top of the pig and coals poured on top of the metal. Al Simon's Cajon Microwaves (he pronounces it with a bayou twang SEE moan) are beautifully made of stainless steel and trimmed with gorgeous Louisiana Cypress.... Read More
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American Barbecue Systems All-Star Grill and Smoker is effectively two cookers in one. It has an offset firebox that runs along the back of the cookbox and three stainless steel grates that may be placed at low, middle and high positions for smoking. Or you can build a charcoal fire at the bottom of the cookbox and use one stainless grate above the heat for grilling. Smoking with three... Read More
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American Barbecue Systems Bar-Be-Cube ia a charcoal cabinet or vertical smoker with a couple neat design twists. Four of the five stainless steel cooking shelves inside the BBQ smoke box may be accessed by the front door, while the fifth sits on top under a hinged hood like a regular charcoal grill.

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