If all you can see from your back deck is your neighbor’s pasty ass trying to get sun, you may want to take the grilling somewhere else. For those times we roll with the Q Portable Grill from Thane ($100). It folds up to maximize portability, has ample grill space, and starts up immediately, which means no more beached whale action for you.
The Weber Flame ($550) is basically a smoke-free, no-cleanup campfire for your backyard or patio. Available in liquid propane or natural gas versions, the fireplace features a one-push igniter, stainless steel burner, fuel gauge, and provides 8 hours of burn time with 62,000 BTU per-hour heat output. It's also got three removable weather shields that let you direct the heat where you want it.
It’s summertime, and there’s nothing like taking advantage of the nice weather to go outside and do some grilling. If we had our way we’d be grilling on the Genesis Platinum C Gas Grill from Weber ($750). This bad boy features a 611 square inch in-box cooking area, a side burner with 12,000 BTUs of heat, and a fully enclosed cart with stainless steel doors and handles. Yes, if you haven’t noticed, we like stainless steel. A lot.