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The Hibachinator

Host your own hibachi hangouts with The Hibachinator ($850). Made from welded steel, it weighs in at a hefty 50 lbs., and offers a large, table-friendly 8" x 24" removable grilling surface, grilling bars that are close together to keep small morsels from falling through, and an optional stainless steel grilling top.

  • Blacktop 360 Grill-Fryer

    Provide the full gamut of gameday goodness without a whole mess of tools with the Blacktop 360 Grill-Fryer ($250). Obviously designed by hungry — and possibly drunk — humans, the 360 combines a deep fryer, grill, griddle, and warming plate into a single circular gas-powered wonder, letting you grill burgers, cook bacon, fry onion rings and get your buns warmed up all without moving an inch. [Scouted by Dustin]

  • Carson Portable Rotisserie Grill

    Proper rotisserie cooking generally requires a large setup — which is a problem when you're wanting some perfectly-cooked skewers at your next tailgate. Enter the Carson Portable Rotisserie Grill. This suitcase-sized setup can hold up to seven rotating skewers — powered by an internal rechargeable battery or plug-in wall adapter — and offering a high-heat porcelain-coated charcoal tray, rugged, lightweight aluminum construction, 4,000 cubic inches of cooking volume, and the ability to turn 10-12 people into best buds with just a couple bites. [Scouted by Carl]