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Blacktop 360 Grill-Fryer

Blacktop 360 Grill-Fryer

Provide the full gamut of gameday goodness without a whole mess of tools with the Blacktop 360 Grill-Fryer ($250). Obviously designed by hungry — and possibly drunk — humans, the 360 combines a deep fryer, grill, griddle, and warming plate into a single circular gas-powered wonder, letting you grill burgers, cook bacon, fry onion rings and get your buns warmed up all without moving an inch. [Scouted by Dustin]

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