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.