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

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American Barbecue System's Judge 4 ft. is a large capacity smoker suitable for commercial and BBQ competition use. It has an electric rotisserie that rotates meats on eight stainless steel shelves. As the rotisserie racks move in a carousel path, juices drip to the racks below to self-baste and the constant motion ensures even cooking. The large firebox is positioned at the back below... Read More
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American Barbecue System's Pit–Boss is a large capacity smoker suitable for residential and commercial BBQ use. It has an electric rotisserie that rotates meats on eight stainless steel shelves. As the rotisserie racks move in a carousel path, juices drip to the racks below to self-baste and the constant motion ensures even cooking. The firebox is positioned at the back below the smoke... Read More
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Arizona BBQ Outfitter's Scottsdale Cooker is a clever design that melds an adjustable height charcoal grill with a Santa Maria, vertical lift grill. Most vertical lift grills have no hood, which limits their capability to some degree. Scottsdale employs a removable hood and back windbreak to provide the best of both in one. Hood off for grilling Santa Maria style moving the vertical... Read More
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We heard a lot of bad news about Bayou Classic ceramics in the past. These cookers are outsourced to Chinese fabricators. Bayou Classic's parent company, Barbour International, claims they had quality problems with previous vendors, but have found new sources capable of producing much better product. Indeed, it appears satisfied owners are in the majority now. But, buyer beware, it also... Read More
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Bayou Classic's Fold and Go Portable Charcoal Grill is easy to carry, folding up into a compact attaché case size that weighs less than 7 pounds. Unfortunately the lightness is achieved by using thin flimsy construction. If you don't mind schlepping around something a little bigger and heavier you can do way better. Even a nice little BBQ grill like Weber's Smokey Joe costs less and has... Read More
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Big Poppa's Drum Smoker Kit is gaining popularity. The kit includes everything you need to make an Ugly Drum Smoker, aka UDS, except the barrel and elbow grease. For those who don't want the hassel of tracking down a food grade BBQ cooking barrel and drilling it out, Big Poppa teamed up with Bubba Barrels to offer the kit and a high quality stainless steel drum, pre-drilled and ready... Read More
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We asked Blowin' Smoke to show us their most popular residential offset smoker and they responded with Gameday. Most of Blowin' Smoke's models are massive rigs sized for competition and catering. While Gameday is one of their smaller offerings, it is rather large for most backyard cooks. But if you have a big backyard, big aspirations, or lots of friends and relatives, it could be for... Read More
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Bubba Grills 250 Reverse Flow Smoker/Grills and trailers have many options and range in price from $2600 to $4400. The model pictured at the top of this page is loaded. It has two 61" x 21.5" top cooking racks, a 61" x 25.5" bottom rack and four 24" x 28" racks in the rib box. All models come standard with 15" wheels, 3500 pound axles, slide out racks, safety catches on the doors and a... Read More
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Cajun Grill makes six variations of this heavy duty cooker. The Cajun Grill is their smallest with 468 square inches of cooking surface. It can grill, and, because it is long and narrow, it can be easily set up for indirect cooking and BBQ smoke roasting. It has a V shaped trough in which the charcoal grate sits. The charcoal can be raised and lowered, but because of the V shape, the... Read More
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The Char-Broil Santa Fe is similar in concept to their CB900X, but not in execution. It has an adjustable height charcoal grate, front door for easy fire tending and adjustable dampers, but it feels flimsy. Of course the CB900X costs about three times as much. It has 491 square inches BBQ surface with porcelain coated cooking grates, and side shelves. The Santa Fe is in wide... Read More

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