This trash can is the key to your next great meal. As strange as that may sound, the Po' Man Grill can help you make a meal as delicious as any BBQ joint, and is incredibly cheap to operate. It's portable and easy to set up, just light some charcoal, add the meat of your choice, tilt the lid, and get ready to feast. But don't try and replicate it with your own trash can, as the Po' Man is made using highly durable rolled steel and stainless metals. Great food and an even better conversation piece for your next backyard BBQ.
There's nothing more sacred than a perfectly cooked ribeye. The Otto O.F.B. Steak Griller is promising just that without leaving the house. Using radiant instead of convection heat, a pair of infrared gas units capable of 1,700º temps give your meat the steakhouse crust you long for while keeping the inside a juicy medium rare. A solid cast iron grid distributes the heat evenly and can hold the biggest Porthouse your butcher can dish out. And the grill isn't limited to just steaks — you can throw on burgers, chicken, fish, or whatever's hanging out in your meat tray.
Sure you can cook pizzas in your outdoor grill but you won't get that perfectly charred crust without an authentic brick oven. Crafted from layered heat-proof composite stone, the Relic Portable Brick Oven is composed of three interlocking pieces, giving you the mobility lacking in traditional brick and mortar ovens. Multiple high-temperature cores paired with a custom chimney design ensure you reach and maintain the perfect pizza-baking temp. Two different bases give you the freedom to bake on tailgates, picnic tables, your Weber grill, or wherever Neapolitan-style pies are needed.
Handcrafted in Texas out of thick 10 gauge steel, the sleek design of the M1 Grill betrays its meat-cooking prowess. It has a crank on the outside for moving the fire up and down, letting you get a good sear on foods like steaks while keeping chickens and hams from burning. You can keep an eye on the temperature with the Tel-Tru stainless steel thermometer, which comes in especially handy when taking advantage of the bottom-mounted, double wall-insulated firebox that has its own dedicated door, a slide out basket, and a fully welded baffle for indirect smoking. The grates are made from 1/4" thick stainless steel, and give you 481 square inches of grilling surface, which can be expanded by 328 more with the use of the secondary smoke rack — enough room to smoke three full-sized briskets at once. The industrial thermal paint that is baked on for a lasting finish, and should anything ever break, it's covered by a lifetime warranty.
The convenience of pellets. Anywhere you go. The Green Mountain Davy Crockett Wifi Grill is a portable cooker with some typically house-bound features. The grill is the company's first to use an open flame technology, giving your food added flavor, and has built-in Wi-Fi to let you set your desired grill temperature in 5º increments from 150-550º F, check on the internal temperature of your food using the included meat probe, and utilize presets to automate the process. The peaked lid helps accommodate larger cuts of meat, it can run on 12V or 120AC power, making it ideal for tailgating, and the foldable legs make it easy to transport.
Perfect for camping, tailgating, or really, really tiny houses, the Weber Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill combines a surprisingly large cooking area with a highly portable body. Using pivoting legs, the grill takes up very little space when stored/in transit, yet offers 160 square inches of cooking surface, a rust-resistant porcelain enamel coating, and a nickel-plated steel cooking grate. Available in black with gray glass-reinforced nylon handles.
There's nothing like perfectly-smoked meat. But traditional smokers require serious babysitting. The Char-Broil Electric Smoker delivers great-tasting meat without the hassle. It has digital controls to accurately dial in your temp, a box to hold up to four cups of wood chips for longer jobs, and a thermometer for checking on your meat's internal temperature. There's also a glass door and light that lets you check on your food without opening the door, but thanks to the remote control, you don't need to check on it until it's time to eat.
Simple and straightforward, the Landmann Napa Charcoal Grill lacks some of the bells and whistles you'll find on the grills at your local big-box store. And it's all the better for it. Crafted from heavy-duty powder-coated steel, it features cast-iron grates that help hold heat for a better sear, an adjustable firebox and hood-mounted thermostat that make it easy to control the heat, folding side shelves for easier storage, and a plain look that lets the focus stay where it should: on your food.
Keeping your grates well-oiled is the surest way to make sure your food doesn't stick. The Steven Raichlen Grilling Grate Oiler makes it easy. Its design combines a grill brush with a small reservoir for the oil, letting you get solid coverage with every swipe. It's made from temperature-resistant plastic and silicone, and is dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.
Normal machetes are made for clearing paths through the jungle. The Machete Spatula is made for clearing delicious cooked meats off your grill. It features a stainless steel "blade", an oak handle, an included bandana to ensure you look the part, and a trio of bottle openers built into the side. Why three, you ask? Why not.
Meant for mounting on an outdoor wall, the Rocal Plek 66 Inox Grill is a stunning way to save space while keeping a way to cook outdoors. The stainless steel body appears to be nothing but a segmented box when closed, but open it up and you've got shelves on the sides, a bottom drawer for charcoal, a generous grill compartment, and an integrated hood and flue. And when you're done cooking, closing the grill compartment also closes the hood and lets the ash fall down into the dedicated collection drawer for easy cleanup.
There's something very rustic about cooking food over an open flame. There's also something rustic about this Carolina Pigtail Meat Turner. Hand-forged in the Tar Heel State from a single railroad spike, it can add some unique old-west flair to your grilling setup. The carefully curved bottom that makes it easy to flip steaks and other meat, ensuring your dinner plans don't get derailed.
Try as they might, few portable grills are truly portable, thanks to rigid bodies, weighty construction, and lengthy cool-down times. The GoBQ Grill solves all these problems. It's made from a silicone-coated fiberglass fabric that lets it fold down for easy packing and keeps the weight to a minimum while allowing it to handle extremely high temperatures. It sets up in under a minute, offers 196 square inches of cooking surface, and cools down quickly so you can get back to what you were doing, whether it was hiking, tailgating, or spending time with friends.
You can get a charcoal grill, a gas grill, and a smoker to handle your summer cooking duties. Or you can upgrade to a Kalamazoo Hybrid Fire Grill. Available in both freestanding and built-in models, these professional-grade grills use cast brass burners weighing 14 pounds and outputting 25,000 BTUs each to handle simple gas grilling tasks. The burners are also placed below the hybrid grilling drawer to help get your charcoal or wood going when it's time for live fire cooking. The result is the ability to grill, smoke, roast, and otherwise cook nearly anything using nearly any fuel. Formed, welded, finished, and assembled by hand from heavy-gauge stainless steel in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Living in an apartment that doesn't allow smoky grills shouldn't mean you can't enjoy great grilled foods — and neither should the impending cold weather. With the Kenyon City Grill you can grill no matter your situation, whether it's snowing outdoors, or you just live in a place without a porch or yard. Built from marine grade stainless steel, these grills will last a lifetime, fending off weather and rust. And because they run purely on electricity, you don't have to worry about them smoking up your place. So go ahead, grill fish, burgers, steaks, and more, all from the comfort of the great indoors.
There's still plenty of summer left — in spite of what the calendar may say — and there are few summer activities better than cooking in your yard. With the Ulaelu Outdoor Kitchen you get everything you need to cook outdoors, including the kitchen sink. It's made to be modular, minimalist, and durable, so you can add on all the pieces you need without worrying about it junking up your yard or falling apart in the elements. With an available sink, grill, stone work-top, and a firewood rack, it has everything you need to cook a great meal without ever setting foot indoors. And isn't that exactly what you want when the weather is warm and the sun is high?
It might look like it belongs outside the local modern art museum, but once you get a taste of the food coming off the Cesarre Kara Grill, you'll realize it's way more than just a pretty face. Beyond its stunning looks, it also features a deep stainless steel fire box, an electropolished stainless steel grille with roughly 400 square inches of cooking surface, a treated steel structure standing near six feet tall, and a powder-coated finish that stands up to the elements and works great as a prep surface around the grill.
Grilling outdoors can be challenging enough, requiring fuel, fire, and either a grate or a huge amount of patience. But rotisserie cooking? Nearly impossible — until now. The Kanka Grill packs a versatile, roomy rotisserie system into a trunk-friendly bag, using a battery-powered geared motor to rotate a pair of lengthy, flexible stainless steel skewers for hours on a single charge. The system consists of a ground stake, a support pole, the motor housing, and the skewer, with quick assembly, support for up to 15 pounds of food, and the ability to use it will pretty much any heat source, including open flames, charcoal, gas grills, electric grills, or even portable outdoor kitchens.
With the official start of summer just around the corner, it's the perfect time to get outside, scrape off the grill, and start cooking outdoors. But any time you baste meat, you know what a pain it can be to find a place to leave your basting brush. The Eva Solo Grill Basting Brush & Beaker is made with convenience in mind, letting you hang the brush on the edge of the beaker when you're not using it. The brush is made from silicon, while the beaker is made from BPA-free plastic, so they're both food-safe and dish-washer friendly.
Cooking a steak to the perfect level of doneness can be tough — no matter if you've spent years working a grill, or you're a novice when it comes to cooking meat — but with the SteakChamp Thermometer you can cook your beef to medium rare every time. Just insert this simple meat thermometer into your steak, turn up the heat, and wait. Once its built-in LED starts flashing rapidly, it's time to take it off the fire to let it rest (you'll know it's totally ready when the light turns off). And since it's made from high-quality stainless steel, you know it'll last for years and be easy to clean.
Bring restaurant-quality wood-fired pizzas home to your deck or patio with the Alfa Forno Ciao Outdoor Pizza Oven. The Forno Ciao uses patented Forninox technology to heat up to over 570 degrees in just ten minutes, and features a fully insulated design that leaves the powder-coated dome cool to the touch. It assembles in just minutes and can be used with or without the base, but it looks so good — and is so easy to move around — with the base on that it's hard to imagine it any other way.
Step up your outdoor cooking game this summer with the Primo Oval Ceramic Grill. The only ceramic grill made in the USA, this beastly cooker offers 400 square inches of cooking surface — 680 if you use the rack extensions — and lets you cook using both direct and indirect methods at the same time. Other features include a cast iron chimney cap, a built-in thermometer, reversible grates, a stainless steel vent door, and support for temperatures as low as 95 or as high as 750 degrees. The only downside? You'll have to buy the handsome table separately.
Forget filling your deck or patio with various outdoor cooking tools, and instead just order up a Hephaestus Patio Pro. Made in the USA from 304 stainless steel, this multi-function wonder features a top chamber that you can use for barbequing and smoking, a middle chamber that functions as a wood-fired pizza oven — with cooking times in the minutes thanks to support for temperatures over 700 degrees — and a bottom chamber that holds the height-adjustable firebox, and which converts into a fire pit. Other than chairs, a table, and maybe a cooler, it's the only thing your backyard needs.
When normal lighters, matches, and fire-starter sticks won't quite get the job done, you need something a little more powerful — something like the Bison Airlighter. Capable of emitting a four-inch jet-powered flame, this lighter ignites charcoal and wood quickly, then blowing air rapidly over the fire to help it grow. Capable of igniting coals and wood without lighter fluid in just seconds, and producing a full-fledged fire in mere minutes, this lighter can have you ready to cook in only six minutes. Powered by batteries and butane, this lighter also features a USB charger port, a flashlight, a child-safety lock, and even a bottle opener.
Keep careful track of whatever you're grilling, even when you're in another part of your house, with the iGrill Mini. This connected meat thermometer communicates over Bluetooth with an app on your phone, alerting you when your meat reaches your desired level of done-ness. With pre-installed settings for a range of different meats — whether you're smoking ribs or grilling a steak — you'll know instantly when your food is ready to eat. And with 150 hours of battery life, and the ability to magnetically attach to your grill, you can always rely on it to make sure your food is cooked perfectly.
Cooking pizzas in a standard oven can be an absolute pain — none of them get quite hot enough to char the crust or properly melt the cheese — and you can forget about cooking them on your outdoor grill. But with the Kalamazoo Outdoor Pizza Oven Station you can independently adjust the top and bottom gas burners, letting you perfectly hone the temperature up to points most ovens could never reach. The station also includes a complete prep area, with plenty of storage to hold all your pizza-making tools. It comes with every tool you'd ever need to make delicious Neapolitan-style pies, including a spatula, brush, dough trays, and more.
Get perfectly cooked meat in less time with the Pit Barrel Cooker. Built around a 30 gallon steel drum, this "vertical cooker" combines the qualities of a smoker and a slow cooker, resulting in flavorful, tender meat without the need to constantly check on the temperature or smoke levels. Included in the kit are the drum, eight stainless steel hooks and two steel hanging rods for hanging cuts of meat, a charcoal basket, a grill grate, a wooden hook remover, a stand, and two packs of delicious rubs.
Grilling outside? Nice weather? Good company? Tasty food? All great things. Cleaning your grill after a summertime get together? Pretty much as far removed from that as possible. Which is why they created the Grillbot. This automatic grill cleaning robot features three wire brushes attached to three strong electric motors that work together to clean away burnt-on crud, an alarm and timer to let you know when it's finished, a smart CPU that controls the movement, speed, and direction of the brushes, a rechargeable battery, and dead-simple push-button operation.
If you grill with gas, chances are you've been there — you get all the necessary stuff together, and are all set to cook up a great dinner, when you realize you've run out of gas. But with the Refuel Smart Propane Tank you can leave these problems in the past, because you'll always know how much propane you have left. It uses a waterproof scale to keep track of your propane levels, wirelessly transmitting the information to an app on your phone. An included wired indicator attaches magnetically to your grill, so you can tell at a glance when it's time to fill your tank, even without pulling out your phone.