If you're in need of a hardcore grill that can take anything you can throw at it, check out The Grillworks. Handmade in the USA, this wood-burning beast has a large grill area (18" deep by 42" wide) that can be cranked up or down with an old-school cast aluminum wheel for added heat control. It has slanted V-Channels that capture tasty juices for post-grill prep, and is also available with a built-in motorized rotisserie rack, or with two independently moving grill surfaces. For smaller spaces, order The Grillery, the 20-inch little brother of The Grillworks. And don't forget the wood.
Whether you're into Big Apple nostalgia or just happen to love hot dogs, this New York Hot Dog Vendor Cart ($5,500) is sure to make your day. Made of food-grade 18-gauge stainless steel, the cart features two 20" pneumatic wheels, two handles, three removable steamer trays (that can each hold up to 20 hot dogs or sausages), a propane tank hookup (which provides fuel for the dual burner assembly), an integrated 3,000 cubic inch cooler, and a removable umbrella.
Created by pro griller Steven Raichlen, this mop and bucket set is the best way to coat ribs and chicken with your special concoction. The Steven Raichlen Sauce Mop & Bucket ($18) includes a mop-style brush with detachable head, and a metal bucket with food-safe insert.
There are plenty of grills out there, but only one Grillery. The 2007 Standard Grillery ($1900) is a beast of a cooking machine, constructed of stainless steel and sporting a 23" by 18" cooking surface. Features include a crank wheel that lets you adjust the height of the cooking surface 16 inches, a six-position locking system that lets you rotate the spits to apply heat to specific areas, and a patented system to catch and collect juices, preventing flare-ups and letting you add more flavor.