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

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The Monolith BBQ Guru Edition Classic is a ceramic kamado with an 18” diameter grill grate comparable in size to the popular Big Green Egg Large model. Monolith also offers a larger 21.5” model called Le Chef. While located in Germany, Monolith manufactures kamados and related products in China. The overall quality appears good and Monolith Kamados come standard with many useful... Read More
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The words, "Oklahoma Joe", still manage to conjure an image of heavy offset cookers that smoked meat like nobody's business and won competitions throughout the land. For many years Oklahoma Joe languished in the shadow of parent company, Char-Broil, however the brand is experiencing a rennaisance of sorts.
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Texas Pit Crafters PM 400S is a charcoal smoker and gas grill combo unit that displays the versatility and rugged Texan luxury of their product line. The PM 400S is high quality 304 stainless steel with a full size charcoal pit with adjustable cooking rack on one side and a two-burner gas grill on the other. Burner configurations may be customized with H-burners, IR burners or one of... Read More
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The Texas Pit Crafters PM 500S is constructed with top quality 304 stainless steel and heavy gauge carbon steel. You don't see many shiny stainless steel pits outside of the Texas Pit Crafters catalog. This BBQ beauty has a removable water pan in the main cooking chamber and a removable ash pan in the fire box. The front stainless shelf wraps around the right side to provide extra work... Read More
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Vision's Classic B Series Kamado is slightly larger than standard, 18.5" large round kamados and has some unique and interesting features. The B Series models are standard kamados that do not feature Vision's unique ProZone slide-out damper and ash removal system.
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We purchased our Weber SmokeFire EX4 (the 24” model) in February 2020 shortly after Weber began shipping them, and we ran it through our thorough testing regimen. Unfortunately, we were scooped because within days of shipping, several consumers, YouTubers, and bloggers had already dismissed it as a “dumpster fire” after only a few cooks.
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The Southern Country 2 in 1 Water Smoker and Charcoal Grill, as the name indicates, can be used as a bullet style water smoker, or converted to a "lock and go" portable grill. The clever design allows you to remove the midsection, then place the lid on the base and turn clockwise until it locks. Grab the handle and go! When smoking, it is easy to add wood chips, chunks, or pellets with... Read More
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We do not like or recommend cheap offset smokers like American Gourmet. Yes, the sticker price is low, the big horizontal drum looks like your BBQ dream come true, and if you don't mind spending time and money for parts, (not to mention ruined meat), you may eventually get one to work OK. But they are a nightmare for a novice and by the time you add your hours and out of pocket expenses... Read More
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Char-Broil's Silver Smoker, for some strange reason painted black, is extremely popular because it is inexpensive. It is cheaply constructed and rusts easily. It leaks smoke around the chimney and doors, and rain gets in around the chimney. It has 738 square inches of cooking area, enough for about seven slabs of St. Louis cut ribs. Because it is not as tight as the more expensive... Read More
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The Cobb Premier Portable Charcoal Grill is a unique stainless steel grill. Weighing just 8 pounds and needing only 8 charcoal briquettes to cook for about 2 hours, Cobb Premier can grill (poorly), smoke (nicely), boil (just fine), fry (no prob), or bake (yes it can), although you'll need some additional Cobb accessories to fully utilize its capabilities. The problem isa that foods are... Read More

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