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Traeger Flatrock Flat Top Grill Reviewed and Rated

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Huskee, AmazingRIbs.com’s Pitmaster Club Head Moderator

The Traeger Flatrock griddle is more expensive than most residential griddles, but unique features and a hefty build quality set it a few paces ahead of many competitors’ models available at the time of this writing. Is the Flatrock worth its equally hefty price point? Read our review to find out.

Roccbox by Gozney Pizza Oven Reviewed And Rated

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Making quality pizzas at home has never been easier thanks to the growing number of pizza ovens now available. Check out our review of one of the more price accessible options -- the Gozney Roccbox.

Ninja Woodfire Outdoor Oven Reviewed and Rated

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Max Good, AmazingRibs.com’s Full-Time Grill Tester

Ninja Woodfire is an interesting entry into the small tabletop grill marketplace. But unlike most others, Woodfire at least attempts to offer a smoking option. The majority of Woodfire owners are pleased with their purchase so read our hands-on review.

ThermoPro Twin TempSpike Reviewed And Rated

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Bill McGrath, AmazingRibs.com Chief Thermometer Reviewer

The ThermoPro TempSpike II will extend the functionality of the original offering, giving the cook more control options while preparing a meal. The charging bay's temperature display adds the ability to cook without dealing with your smart phone. We award TempSpike II our Gold Medal.

Blackstone Pizza Oven With Stand Reviewed and Rated

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Dave Joachim, AmazingRibs.com Contributing Author

Many backyard pizza ovens suffer the same problem: they don’t get hot enough, and they heat unevenly. Blackstone’s solution? Pizza stones on the bottom and top help set the Blackstone Pizza Oven With Stand apart from others in the space.

Camp Chef Italia Artisan Pizza Oven Rated And Reviewed

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Dave Joachim, AmazingRibs.com Contributing Author

Camp Chef has a knack for reaching a moderate price point with products that cut production costs yet still manage to get the job done. There is a temperature imbalance between the lightweight hood and pizza stone over the burner, but setting Italia to medium heat produces a properly cooked pizza without burning the crust.

FinaMill Battery-Powered Pepper And Spice Grinder Starter Pack Review

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Max Good, AmazingRibs.com’s Full-Time Grill Tester

Elegant, attractive, and well-made; we love FinaMill! The ease of use is second to no other spice grinder we've seen. And the price is surprisingly affordable. Check out our full review.

Tappecue Airprobe 3 Reviewed And Rated

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Bill McGrath, AmazingRibs.com Chief Thermometer Reviewer

The Tappecue Airprobe 3 is an evolutionary wireless temperature probe that incorporates two sensors per probe and connects via a Bluetooth signal to your smart devices. Check out our review.

Combustion Predictive Thermometer Reviewed And Rated

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Bill McGrath, AmazingRibs.com Chief Thermometer Reviewer

The Combustion Predictive thermometer is a truly wireless probe that uses a unique sensor array to measure and predict cooking times. Check out our review.

SteakAger PRO 40 Reviewed And Rated

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Chef Rick Gresh, AmazingRibs.com Culinary Product Tester

In order to ensure safe dry aging at home, SteakAger PRO 40 features humidity control and a UVC light to manage bacterial growth. All in all, the PRO 40 is a good choice for steak lovers who need capacity, have the budget, and want to knock their guests' taste buds out of the park.

Nexgrill Neevo 720 Smart Grill With Air Fryer Reviewed And Rated

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Max Good, AmazingRibs.com’s Full-Time Grill Tester

Smart grills and smokers are popping up everywhere, but Neevo is alone in the growing class of 2023 because it's the first, viable residential gas grill we've seen with both thermostatic control and 2 zone setup capability. And this model comes with an air fryer mounted next to the grill. Nexgrill is onto something with this unique device, but it needs work.

Traeger Ironwood and Ironwood XL Reviewed And Rated

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Max Good, AmazingRibs.com’s Full-Time Grill Tester

The Traeger mid-size Ironwood and large Ironwood XL are upgraded versions of their Ironwood 650 and Ironwood 885. The new Ironwood includes some of the same features we liked in the older models plus a few upgrades along with a more modest MSRP.

UMAi Dry Steak Aging Bag Reviewed And Rated

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Chef Rick Gresh, AmazingRibs.com Culinary Product Tester

Dry aged steaks are gaining popularity coast-to-coast. Dry aging makes beef develop a distinct, appealing, and interesting flavor but equipment for doing it at home can be expensive. That's why Umai Dry's affordable dry aging bags are popular. Read our full review and rating.

Sneak Peek: Weber SmokeFire Sear+ Reviewed And Rated

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Max Good, AmazingRibs.com’s Full-Time Grill Tester

The new Weber SmokeFire Sear+ continues to improve upon the many impressive features of Weber’s innovative, one-of-a-kind pellet grill design. Sear+ will not be available until sometime this spring, but we were treated to a sneak peek at Weber's test kitchen. We’ll test Sear+ and publish our full, detailed review soon. Stay tuned.

Weber Griddle 28 Inch Reviewed and Rated

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Max Good, AmazingRibs.com’s Full-Time Grill Tester

Weber aims to capitalize on the rising popularity of backyard griddling with their line of stand-alone griddles, griddle inserts, and various griddle accessories. In recent years Weber had a couple high profile rollouts that, uncharacteristically, seemed forced into the market before ready but this one is a different story. Find out why with our full review.

 

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