Powerful, versatile, and portable, the Uuni Pro Outdoor Oven is a great addition to any backyard cooking station. It's made primarily from 304 stainless steel and offers twice the cooking surface of the previous model, letting you bake pizzas up to 16" in size, or handle large loafs of bread, cuts of meat, or trays of veggies. Thanks to its ability to use pellets, wood, charcoal, or gas, you can decide exactly how you want each dish to cook, and since it tops out at 900º F, you can crank out pizzas in just 90 seconds each, letting you feed large groups easily and efficiently.
Created by designer Daniel Germani in collaboration with Dekton, the Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens ASA-D2 is far from your average grill. Integrated into the countertop is a Caliber BBQ grill, offering a 20,000 BTU Crossflame burner, radiant technology, and a "disappearing" lid that's counterbalanced for smooth operation. Its rugged, freestanding stainless steel structure incorporates plenty of storage, and is covered in your choice of four stylish Dekton counter colors.
Taking the idea behind the iGrill and expanding it to cover the entire cooking experience, the Char-Broil SmartChef TRU-Infrared Gas Grill is the ideal tool for the connected cook. It has built-in WiFi, letting you check up on and control a multitude of features, like the internal temperature of your food, burner status, remaining cook time, and your gas tank level — no more running out in the middle of a barbecue. Built-in recipes make cooking tasty meals foolproof, and thanks to dual probe ports, you can make sure your food is done, even if you're cooking two different kinds of meat.
First introduced in the 1950s as the Portable Kitchen, the charcoal grill quickly spread across the south until production halted in the 1970s. Over 20 years later, it was rediscovered in perfect condition at a yard sale by attorney Paul James and he started recreating the PK Classic Grill straight from the original. The cast aluminum creates a durable, rust-proof shell that has proven to last, while also conducting heat and holding temperatures better than its steel contenders. A set of four vents open and close for fast sears on steaks and burgers or lower temps for smoking. Every cast is poured by hand in the US.
Different fuels give different flavor but owning multiple grills isn't always practical. The Volcano Grill solves that dilemma with three fueling options. By adding a propane adapter, you can choose between gas, charcoal, or wood, while the collapsable frame allows you to take it to the campsite or the tailgate. With a variety of accessories, it can easily switch between a grill, dutch oven, wok, or even a fire pit for some late night s'mores.