The Smartchef TRU-Infrared Gas Grill has features you’ll find on most pro-sumer BBQs: stainless steel burners, porcelain coated grates for easy cleaning & a sideburner for cooking w/pots and pans. It even has illuminated LED knobs for night grilling. But what sets it apart are its built-in sensors and probes that connect with a smartphone app, allowing you to precisely monitor your meat remotely.
The PK360 is a premium charcoal grill and smoker made of cast aluminum—the winning choice of pros for the past three SCA World Championship Steak awards 2014, ’15, &’ 16. It offers 360-inches of cooking surface, a removable tower stand and shelves, & it offers 2 zone cooking capability.
The FireDisc Carbon Steel was designed as a simple, portable propane-powered outdoor cooker that delivers at-home kitchen results anywhere you take it. In addition to the original model, a new shallow wok-style model (shown) is available in 24” or 36” heights, featuring a 22” diameter stainless cook surface & 3-zone temp control.
Very versatile; the Volcano Grill burns wood, charcoal & optionally propane. Plus, in addition to grilling, you can get accessories to make it work as an oven, smoker, fryer and griddle. Or, you can use it as a portable fire pit. Generous venting means high cook temps while the double-wall metal construction means very little heat transfer, making it safe for use on the patio or tabletop.
Italian design meets the portable grill and it cooks as good as it looks. With a unique tripod design that features an easy-to-light stainless steel mesh “fire hammock” beneath a collapsible cook top, the Grillo folds up into a slender package for easy portability.
Handmade in Japan, the Readymade Weekender is a mini Dutch oven for backyard, campsite or at-home roasting. It’s 13.4” long by 6.1” deep. Heavy duty cast iron construction means you can load it up, then drop it right into the coals or even the campfire for cooking.
Here’s how you transition from backyard barbecuer to full-on pit master. The Pro Series 34 is built with Traeger’s beefy pro body sawhorse chassis and boasts a massive 884 square-inch grilling surface: enough to fit 24 burgers, 6 chickens, 32 hotdogs, & 9 rib racks. It rolls on all-terrain wheels and includes an easy-clean pellet hopper that lets you change pellet flavors on the fly.
Many pit masters prefer a ceramic grill, due to the material’s ability to consistently hold heat. The charcoal-burning Coyote Asado Freestanding ceramic grill features a dual vent system for precision heating & gives you 254 inches of cooking space to smoke, grill, & sear. It stands on a stainless steel rolling cart that features wooden side shelves.
If you’ve been pondering how to take your brick oven cooking skills on the road, the Relic has you covered; it’s a portable brick oven with a stylish, durable, modular & most importantly, mobile design. The combination of a built-in firebox & lightweight dome create temps between 800-1100 degrees—exactly what you want for perfect brick oven pizza. The Relic fits directly onto 22” kettle-style grills like Weber’s Silver & Gold models.
Sure, it looks like a trash can but it cooks as good as any high-end grill. The Po’ Man is a simple and solid charcoal grill with the capacity to cook more meat than you can shake a skewer at. It is vented from the bottom where the coal box sits beneath the adjustable-level steel grill grates.