It's not often that you can call a grill a work of art, but that description is fitting of the Pot-de-Feu Portable Grill ($75). Hand-cut by artist John T. Unger from scrap 20 lb propane tanks, each Pot-de-Feu (which means Pot of Fire) features unique flame designs rising with the real flame from the grill. It's not the most elaborate grill we've seen, but it's certainly one of the coolest. [via]
So you want the biggest, baddest, meanest grill on your street? Check out the Bread Breaker Two Dual-Fuel Hybrid Grill ($12000). The Breaker's unique hybrid grilling system allows you to use wood, charcoal, gas, or a combination of the three to cook your food, letting you impart new, rich flavors to favorite dishes. It boasts a 864 square inch primary grilling area with a 32,000 BTU side burner, and a 22,000 BTU infrared rotisserie cradle system, for a grand total of 154,000 BTUs. Your neighbors will shake in fear.
This is no April Fool's joke. The new George Foreman iGrill ($150) is an iPod-ready version of everyone's favorite lean mean fat-reducing grilling machine. The indoor/outdoor electric grill has a 200-square-inch nonstick grilling surface and an integrated 10-watt speaker system that plays your latest hip-hop downloads or cooking podcasts right from your iPod.