Sometimes it’s more peaceful to stand over by the grill, sip your beer, and stay out of the nonsense dinner-party chatter. On the other hand, instead of playing chef for your guests, this tabletop charcoal grill makes everyone responsible for cooking their own dinner. Steak not right? Not your fault.
Nothing kills the vibe at a barbecue like an empty propane tank. Avoid this backyard tragedy with Refuel, a system that uses a sensor on the tank and an app so you can monitor the propane level from your smartphone.
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.