Just when we thought we’d seen everything in the world of kamados, Kalamazoo unveils their striking Shokunin Kamado Grill. Kalamazoo occupies a rarefied space in the BBQ cosmos with some of the best grills money can buy, and you'll need a lot of money to buy one. They can cost as much as a car! We give this unique, ultra-luxury kamado our AmazingRibs.com Platinum Medal. Read our review to learn why.
The new Hasty Bake Gourmet PRO 258 is an upgraded version of their Gourmet 256. We have never tested and reviewed a finer charcoal grill. Hasty Bake easily earns our Best Value AmazingRibs.com Platinum Medal. There is nothing you can't do with this grill and it deserves a place in the back yard of every serious outdoor cook. It is the Swiss Army knife of grills.
The Ledge Prime from Green Mountain Grills might be the pellet cooker to show you the pleasures of these machines. It's their most popular model, a mid-size, mid-priced smoker with WiFi, a robust smartphone app, solid all-around performance, and more extras than most in its price range. Read our full review!
Iconic Weber Kettles are some of the most popular and respected backyard grills in the world. Those who've mastered a kettle can do everything on it from grill a steak to bake a cake and these Summit Kamados are kettles on steroids. If you like your Weber Kettle, you'll love their Kamados. We give these babies our AmazingRibs.com Best Value Platinum Medals!
The ChefsTemp Finaltouch X10 is a new instant read thermometer with solid construction, accuracy, response time, and water resistance. Read our complete review.
The Weber Genesis II SX-335 three burner with sear burner and side burner is, at its core, a wonderful gas grill. The electronics are disappointing but this grill still cooks like nobody's business. We're giving Genesis II SX-335 Smart Grill our Bronze Medal, with qualifications.
The Z Grills 450B is part of their Basic Series and, true to the name, it is a straightforward, no frills, mid-size pellet smoker. This generic model looks like many other value priced pellet smokers and has similar features and performance. It competes with lower priced models from Camp Chef and Pit Boss and is worth a look if you're on a tight budget. Read our review to learn why it gets our Best Value Silver Medal.
Read our full review of the new ThermoPro TP-620 instant read thermometer that has all the bells and whistles to make a cook's job easier.
Big commercial smokers like the Ole Hickory EL-EDX are made for the high output needs of restaurants and caterers. Pitmasters around the country swear by them. Read our review to find out why.
Keep safely distanced from the heat of your grill when adding, turning, and removing food thanks to the extra length of this set of tongs and spatula. The stainless steel tongs and turner are dishwasher safe.
At the time of this writing, the new PK300 wasn't available yet. However, we were treated to a compelling pre-launch presentation and based on what we've seen so far, it sure looks promising. Stay tuned. We'll do a detailed review when the new models roll out. Meanwhile, we felt PK300 was worthy of a Sneak Peek Review.
Read our complete review of the newest Thermapen - the Thermapen ONE - with a one second response time, improved accuracy, and a brighter backlight.
Read our review of the latest offerings from SmartFire, an Australian company that makes innovative products aimed at the outdoor smoker user.
Read our complete review of the GrillEye Max eight-channel, Wi-Fi enabled, wireless food thermometer that exhibits good accuracy and solid construction.
See our complete review of the ThermoPro TP-28B two-channel, long-range, wireless food thermometer with some handy features and a low price.