The O-Grill 3000 ($175) proves that portable grills don't have to look like relics from a 1970's camping trip. Weighing in at only 24 lbs, the orange clamshell opens to reveal a 225 square-inch grilling surface and a 9450 BTU stainless steel burner that will run for over 4 hours on a single propane cylinder. The space-saving design and retractable legs make it great for activities like tailgating and camping, or set it up as a permanent fixture on your deck or balcony.
Give your favorite foods a smoky flavor while keeping them moist and tender with the Smokin Tex Hot-or-Cold Smoker ($800). Made from stainless steel, this fully-insulated smoker can handle meat, seafood, and veggies, easily — just place some wood chips in the box, set the temperature, and cook. In addition, it comes with a cold-smoke plate, letting you add the same burst of flavor to cheeses, pasta, and more.
The weather has turned warm, and that means it's time to break out the grill. And with the Kingsford Competition Briquets you'll grill like an expert even if it's your first time behind the fire. These cook-off quality briquets combine the higher heat you'd expect from lump charcoal with the long-lasting and consistent burn you're used to from traditional briquets, perfect for a quick sear or a slow BBQ. Available in 12-pound ($10) and 16.5-pound ($17) bags. It's time to show ol' boy next door whose grilling skills are superior.
The Radius Blitzgrill ($600) is perfect when you need to grill but don't have the space for a full-size or permanent installation, or when you're catering an impromptu, shotgun-style wedding. Available in black, red, or green, and ready in only five minutes, this gas powered, stainless steel grill has a fabric cover and a cast-iron grill plate that's removable and easy to clean. Remember, only flip your steaks once.
The HCC Keg ($225) is a smoker grill made from — that's right — a beer keg. When loaded with kindling or coals, the smoker will maintain cooking temperature for over 11 hours, allowing you to slow cook your BBQ like the pros. Hopefully you'll be able to tell it apart from the other kegs you're storing on the back patio. Just remember, it's the one that's hot to the touch. [Thanks, Christy]