This compact outdoor grill from Gyber makes quick work of meats, pizzas, and more thanks to its propane infrared heating element. It can hit temps as high as 1500ºF for quick searing, and perfectly crisp crusts. Includes a pizza stone and shovel for handling hot foods. Save $49 with code GASGRILL49. (Limited time offer)
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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.
Snow Peak’s packable, portable grill is great for camping and backyard cooking. The five-piece set assembles quickly and easily onto its baseplate, providing a compact cooking surface for deliciously charcoal- or wood-grilled meals. Remove the grill bridge, and enjoy a cozy fire.
Would you love to make super crisp, fresh-baked pizza at home? The Firepod is a compact propane pizza oven that can cook pizzas on its efficient hot stone surface. In addition it doubles as a hot rock cook set, or upgraded with a BBQ griddle. Save 10% off the regular price 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.
This tabletop Yakatori style grill burns charcoal. It has a closed container to minimize risk of sparks or embers flying out, along with a battery-operated fan to help oxygenate the flame, and minimize smoke. Its center heat plate sears skewered meats and veggies, while its outer grate keeps food warm.
Small but mighty, the petite, portable MiniMax edition of the Big Green Egg charcoal BBQ cooker is just as versatile as its big daddy. At 76 pounds and 19.5″ tall, it’s a heavy-duty workhorse: a grill, smoker and convection oven in one, cooking everything from pizza to smoked brisket to baked goodies in a minimum of space.
This portable, lightweight fire pit folds up small for travel and sets up quickly. Its mesh basket ensures great airflow, and optional attachments convert it into a grill or spit roaster too. Both its fire basket and legs are made from durable, heat-resistant 304 stainless steel. Comes with a roll-up storage bag 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.
A compact and portable charcoal grill from Heston Blumenthal’s Everdure line of barbecue kits. The Cube is made from stainless steel with a porcelain firebox. Its chrome handles remain cool to the touch, even while cooking. It has a built-in prep board and storage tray.
The PartyGrill is a compact tabletop grill that’s designed for communal cooking. In addition to its grill surface, it has eight individual melting pans for cheese or sauces, and comes with eight heat resistant spatulas. Available for a limited time from Touch of Modern.
The Big Green Egg is one of the most desired objects for backyard cooks, with its ability to turn out delicious charcoal grilled foods year round. Now, take a trip inside the factory where they’re made, and see how their ceramic construction has more in common with making pottery than making conventional grills.
Instead of directly applying flames to meat, Northfire’s outdoor grilles use propane to fuel an infrared burner, producing a 1500ºF heat source that can perfectly sear a 1″ thick steak in just 1 min per side. The Inferno 2G is big enough for cooking larger portions or even a pizza.
A look inside the Illinois factory where Weber makes their iconic kettle grills. They take sheets of steel, and press them into the familiar spherical shape that barbeque fanatics know and love. Then see how another factory makes the charcoal briquettes that go inside of them.
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.
Primus’ Kamoto is a foldable fire pit and grill – great for places where it’s difficult or prohibited to have fire on the ground. Its wood/charcoal pit is protected from wind on the sides but is vented underneath. It also has an ash tray to keep the ground clear.
We’d like to make the perfect steak at home, but sadly most ovens top out around 550ºF. To get that real steakhouse sear, you’ll need much more heat. Otto’s O.F.B. (over-fired broiler) uses infrared gas elements that can reach up to 1700ºF, resulting in beautifully seared meats.
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