Instead of standing around commandeering the grill all evening while your so-called friends hit on your lady, get this app-controlled meat thermometer. It offers 4 probes, a grill-side LCD, and sends real-time temp data to your phone, allowing you to socialize without risking a situation with the pork.
This crack torch is actually a lighter for your barbecue. A refillable, air-driven fire lighter that jets out a 2600º 4-inch flame that will ignite your charcoal in 10 seconds & have your grill red-hot & ready to cook in just 5-6 minutes.
I-Grill. Yeah, so do we. And being the tong-wielding experts that we are, we’re happy to share this one. The I-Grill has the key features & does everything a good portable charcoal grill should do. Small & lightweight with a fold-up design, it features a handle for easy carrying & 175 sq. inches of grilling space.
In the oven or on the grill, this stainless steel chicken roaster suspends your bird upside-down in the air, providing 360-degree airlow, which ensures uniform cooking & crispy skin every time.
The Dutch design pros at Eva Solo make good-looking, functional products. Like the ‘To Go Grill’: Taking it to the tailgate, beach, or camping is easy. All the pieces stack together for portability plus it has a strap that holds everything in place for transport. Just throw it in the trunk & go.
The depth of the 30-gallon steel drum is what gives you that deep, smoky pit barbecue flavor. This complete, pit cooker system is equipped with everything you need to make mean meat & they’re made in Colorado, U.S.A.
To get your charcoal grill glowing properly you need to stoke up your coals in the chimney first. Williams-Sonoma’s stainless steel drop-bottom chimney does it right. After about 15 minutes heating up, just pop the lever and the chimney drops your coals into the grill & then you’ll be cooking.
If propane flavored steaks aren’t your thing; if a stainless steel grill the size of your garage also isn’t your thing, maybe this compact charcoal grill is. It’s classic, featuring cast iron grates, an adjustable firebox, and a chimney with an adjustable damper for optimum smoke-age.
Trade in your boring existence for the unending parade of satisfaction, respect, and grilled meat that comes with being a high profile Professional Barbecuer. When you take that leap, this will be your Excalibur: the Gaucho Grill, a 726 square-inch height-adjustable wood-fired grill with a 36-inch spoked Santa Maria wheel and a chain-driven rotisserie.
This is the G-Wagen of smokers. The Frontiersman Competition Smoker from Yoder is a 1.5-ton, tow-behind mobile unit with over 2000 sq. inches of cooking surface. Basically, yeah, Brontosaurus burgers for the whole crowd.