The portable NOMAD is a grill and smoker you can carry like a briefcase. It burns charcoal for fast heating and offers 425 square inches of grilling space with its optional second grate. It smokes, sears, bakes, and barbecues and has features like a heat-dissipating shell, lightweight stainless steel grates, adjustable air vents, and a built-in thermometer.
The Arden promises to smoke meats indoors. The tabletop pellet smoker has an innovative catalyst system that turns smoke into harmless water vapor and carbon dioxide, keeping room air clean while cooking. Unlike traditional smokers, it uses electric heat to cook and lets you dial in the amount of smoke you want.
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.
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.
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.