Cowboy Cauldron

Cowboy Cauldron

You don't have to be in a western to enjoy the open expanses of the Cowboy Cauldron ($1,300-$3,000). Available in three sizes — from 30 to 41 inches in diameter and weighing anywhere from 75 to a back-breaking 250 lbs. — this durable fire pit/grill comes with a six-foot stand, a suspended firepit basin that spreads heat across a large area, the chains for hanging the basin, and a grill top. It's also designed to be quick and easy to tear down and move, allowing you to take it wherever there's a need for fire, heat, and a lot of grilled meat.

  • Weber Ranch Kettle

    That's right. Ranch. As in big steers, big sky, and big spaces. Or big-ass grills, like the Weber Ranch Kettle ($1,100). Featuring a heavy-duty steel cart, all-weather wheels, locking casters, and a porcelain-enameled bowl and lid, this oversized kettle boasts a whopping 1,104 square inches of cooking area, enough to handle multiple turkeys, chickens, or more burgers than you and your entire fantasy league can eat, with room left over to cook up some tofu patties for your more sensitive pals.

  • Grill 'N Chill Tailgater

    Forget bringing a simple grill — you can bring the equivalent of an entire bar to your next tailgate outing with the Grill 'N Chill Tailgater ($3,000-$3,500). It includes the obvious 24,000 BTU infrared grill, but steps things up a notch with a 50 qt. ice chest, a chrome tower draft system to keep the booze flowing, an included Go! Chassi for easy portability, and a built-in 210-Watt stereo with dual marine-grade speakers. Add in a TV, some chairs, and some companions, and you've got the makings of an all-star sports day, even if never leave the driveway. [Thanks, Gerald]

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