Handy Geng is back with another one of his crazy inventions that nobody asked for – a combination barbeque grill cart and electric piano. As he plays each key on the piano, it rotates a skewer of meat over its charcoal pit, ensuring its cooked evenly on each side. Oh, and it drives. English captions available, but not necessary.
While cooking out is generally associated with warm weather, we do it year-round. This 11-piece travel set is perfect for outdoor cooking and includes everything but the fire to cook over. It comes with tongs, a grill fork, shears, knives, a ladle, a cutting board, spice shakers, a corkscrew, and a zippered case to carry it all in.
This compact grill cooks deliciously smoky meals using applewood pellets. It can grill, smoke, bake, roast, and more, offering temperature control from 180º to 500ºF, displayed on a built-in digital display. New to this model is a tray that holds and vaporizes liquids, speeding cooking times, and increasing moisture.
An impressive and substantial grill for the true barbeque enthusiast, the handcrafted Kalamazoo Shokunin Kamado Grill is designed for perfect airflow and fire control. It has a 24″ x 18″ flip-up grilling surface and a three-level fire grate for grilling, roasting, or smoking. 2″ thick insulation minimizes heat loss.
There’s nothing quite like the flavor of food cooked over a fire and have invested in a great backyard smoker/grill. Still, we kind of prefer the ingenuity of this anonymous BBQ guru, who built a homemade water wheel rotisserie, a filing cabinet gas oven for baking potatoes, and a smoker inside of a propane tank.
Keep tabs on your grilling and smoking with Tappecue’s AirProbe2 wireless temperature probe. It uses two sensors to provide accurate readings of the internal temperature of both your meat and the cooking chamber via a mobile app. Comes with a charging dock that can provide up to 12 hours of use per charge.
Roxon’s compact but versatile BBQ tool offers up six useful features for outdoor cooking: a fork, spatula, knife, tongs, bottle opener, and wine corkscrew. It’s made from food-grade 430 stainless steel and comes with a nylon carrying pouch. It measures about 11″ long when folded.
It’s always a good time for grilled meats and veggies, so don’t let the cold weather stop you from using your BBQ grill. While you’re at it, you deserve some new grill tools. This set of 18″ long stainless steel tools includes a multi-use spatula, a fork, knife, tongs, and a carrying case. Three of the tools have built-in bottle openers too.
This portable cooker works differently from other propane grills. Rather than open grates, the Firedisc has a smooth surface that can cook just about anything you’d make in a pan or a griddle, from eggs to pancakes to meats, and you can even use it as a fryer. Its curved edges keep food warm, while its center cooks nice and hot.
While it’s not as fancy as a Kamodo Joe or Big Green Egg, this steel and porcelain kamado-style grill won’t empty your wallet. The egg-shaped cooker can hit temps up to 700ºF, and only needs a small amount of charcoal. Its cast-iron grate offers 153 sq. in. of cooking area, and its top and bottom dampers ensure smooth airflow.
Enjoy outdoor cooking year-round with this BBQ grill from Costway. It’s made from rust-proofed steel and offers a wide cooking area and an attached steel firebox to reduce smoking and offset the heat. It also has an exterior thermometer and a wooden shelf for holding plates and tools. Save 33% in The Awesomer Shop.
The Galaxy Grill is an unofficial tribute to Darth Vader’s fighter ship, the TIE Advanced X1. It’s made from steel and coated with heat-resistant paint. It uses the power of The Force, along with wood, kindling, and a lighter to heat foods up to 800º, the surface temperature of Mustafar. It’s a bit smaller than you might think.
Spice up your next barbecue with one of these tasty rubs from Spiceology. Each 8 oz. aluminum can is filled with a zesty rub infused with beer extract combined with various spices and natural flavors. Highlights include a cherry chipotle ale rub, a hickory peach porter rub, and a jalapeno lime pilsner rub.
Never burn your hands while using your BBQ grill again. These gloves are made from heat resistant Dayan aramid fiber, which can take temperatures as high as 1472°F. Silicone dots provide a non-slip surface for handling grilling tools and other items. One size fits all. Available with black, blue, red accents.
Proud Grill’s smartly-designed grill utensils work individually as a spatula and a fork, then join together using magnets to form a set of tongs or a serving tool. Each tool is made from long-lasting stainless steel. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.
Fire pit and camp stove maker Solo Stove’s stainless steel charcoal grill is designed to circulate heat on all sides of your food with its convection-style setup. This bundle includes the grill and stand, cooking tools, a cover, and one ready-to-use charcoal pack for up to 45 minutes of cooking. Special pre-order price is $150 off MSRP.
Like larger and more expensive BBQs, Asmoke’s compact grill burns wood pellets, imparting deliciously smokey flavors into meats and veggies. Its motorized auger and thermostat keep the temperature is just right for grilling, baking, roasting, or smoking. Its applewood pellets are designed to burn clean and minimize ash.
There’s nothing quite like the delicious flavor of grilled, seared, or smoked meats. But the way you cook and handle meats after cooking can dramatically improve its quality. SciShow explains tips for making the perfect BBQ meal and the scientific reasons that these techniques improve flavor and texture.
Everdure’s 4K charcoal grill can cook anything you can cook in the kitchen, and then some. It gives you precise control over airflow and temperature. It has temperature probes for the air and for meat, a side hatch for charcoal and a touch interface. Available Spring 2019.