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.
Ever dreamed of turning your iPhone into a meat thermometer? No, not the start of a joke. An actual product. Range Smart thermometers plug into your phone & not only monitor the precise temp of whatever you’re cooking but it also creates graphs and charts you can use to perfect your recipes. Of course if you’re a microwave-only chef, as many of us are, you will not need this.
The compact E Churrasco Barbecue combines the flavor of real charcoal grilling with the speed of a gas grill. Push the button to turn on the gas & in 15 minutes it’s ready to cook. At that point, turn off the gas and continue cooking over the red-hot coals.
Pizza on the grill is the best. Make it once & you know. With this 12 1/2-inch stainless steel pan purpose-built for the task, you’ll do it right the first time. And the secret to the perfect crust: the perforations in the pan.
The smokeless Lotus BBQ grill doesn’t just look great, it cooks great. Powered by 4 AA batteries, it creates no smoke and the design uses a bellows system that gets it up to cooking temp in just three minutes. At the same time it uses 90% less charcoal than a traditional grill. If that doesn’t convince you, let us also mention that it comes in purple, orange, red, yellow, green, and of course, black, too.
For grilled ribs done right, this stainless steel rib rack from Williams-Sonoma is a summer essential. It holds six slabs, allowing for better basting and flipping while exposing both sides of the meat to the heat. Also great for chicken & chops. Yup, nice rack.
This solar powered grill isn’t just another nerd’s novelty. The SolSource was developed to help nomadic tribes in the Himalayas improve their nutrition. Now this fuel and emission-free cooking system will work for you, too. You can quickly grill, steam, bake, or boil your meals outside under the sun & you’ll never run out of gas again.