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Take Your Smoke Show on the Road with the PKGo Grill

Constructed of rugged, lightweight cast aluminum, the PKGo charcoal grill and smoker is built for go-anywhere portability. With a “Flip Kit” design that lets you quickly convert the lid into another grill, it effectively doubles its size. It features adjustable feet to sit flat on any surface & the lid locks for mess-free transport. Dimensions; 13” x 21” x 15.3”

Don’t Get Burned: Burch Barrel’s Stockman Gloves

For manhandling red-hot logs & cookware at the fireplace, burn pit, or BBQ grill, Burch Barrel’s Stockman Gloves keep your fingers from frying. Constructed of heavy-duty leather with heat-resistant insulators, these high gusset gloves offer protection for your hands, wrists & forearms, when duty demands that you reach into the fire.

Real Wood Flavor: Pellet-Fired Z Grills

They say if you switch to a pellet grill you’ll never go back. All the flavor of wood charcoal—minus the effort and wait. Z Grills combine 30 years of BBQ design know-how into a seamless system powered by pellets. All Z Grills offer 8-in-1 versatility. That means you can grill, bake, roast, sear, braise, barbecue, char-grill, and smoke your food, all with the same grill. They offer a range of models from compact to a 3-tier 1000 square-inch big boy.

Grill & Griddle with Masterbuilt Gravity Series 800

Combining the flavor of real charcoal grilling with a smart design & wi-fi connectivity, Masterbuilt’s Gravity Series 800 grill features the brand’s signature: a gravity-fed charcoal hopper on the right side, that’s monitored and fed by digital controls to deliver consistent, continuous heat using an integrated fan. It offers 800 square inches of cooking surface and in addition to grill grates, comes with a flat-top griddle insert for breakfast on the grill.

Tailgate Like a Pro with HitchFire

The patent-pending HitchFire grill is a compact gas grill designed to mount to your trailer hitch, and swings out wide on an articulated arm for pro-level tailgating. The 18” X 22” inch cooking surface is heated by a pair of burners that deliver 15,000 BTUs from standard 16-ounce propane bottles. The grill not only saves space in the trunk, it’s easier to clean and also detachable for tabletop use.

The Solo Stove Grill Burns Clean

People love the clean-burning Solo Stove firepit and for good reason. It works as great as it looks. Now the brand is back with a new one: the Solo Stove Grill. Boasting the same sleek, stainless steel construction & impressive efficiency, this portable charcoal grill uses convection heating & circular air-flow to reach cooking temps in just 10-15 minutes & cook consistently for over an hour. The grill stands at a comfy 37.5” & offers a 22” round cook surface.

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Applewood is What Makes This Grill So Good

Designed to burn all-natural applewood pellets, the Asmoke portable pellet grill gives you the freedom to barbecue, grill, and smoke, anywhere, infusing your foods with the wood’s sweet, smoky goodness. The grill features color LED temp controls, an auto pellet reloader, and a rugged, portable design with a 5 year warranty. A funded Indiegogo.

Indoors or Out, the City Grill is a Compact Performer

Ideal for apartment buildings, condos, and other small spaces, Kenyon’s City Grill will keep you cooking through quarantine. UL approved for indoor and outdoor use, this compact electric & flame-free stainless steel grill offers 155 sq. inches of cooking space and produces cooking temps of 500º in just 5 minutes. With minimal smoke & non-stick grill grates it cooks & cleans-up with with ease. The grill components are also dishwasher safe.

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This Foosball Cooler Cart is Pretty Clevr

The Clevr cooler is a party on wheels. A rolling drink cart with a built-in 65-quart ice chest & a foosball game top. The cooler can hold up to to 60 cans and 50 bottles. There’s a built-in bottle opener and a cap catch tray as well a storage tray to hold extra beverages, and a convenient drainage spout. It rolls on 4 multi-directional locking wheels. When it’s closed you can enjoy the fun of foos with your friends and party guests (eventually).

FireDisc is a Proper Skillet for When You Can’t Grill It

The FireDisc is a portable outdoor propane cooker that gives you the versatility of an oversized skillet and saucepan for all those foods that will slip between the grill grates. It stands at a comfortable 36” height. From big camp cook-ups to outdoor cooking at home, the FireDisc performs. Scrambled eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, stew, veggies, and even fish—whatever’s on your menu. It runs on standard 16.4 oz. green propane cans or larger 20 lb. tanks with an adapter and features long-lasting Carbon Steel construction. Available in black or Fireman Red.

Keep Your Grill Clean with a Natural Woody Scraper

The Wooden Grill Scraper is a tool well-known to black belt BBQers. The Woody 20-inch Shovel from The Great Scrape is made from solid Red Oak and Beech hardwoods, coated with an all-natural, non-toxic, food safe mineral oil. Pros choose wood scrapers because eating wire bristles left behind by brush cleaning is never tasty. At 20”, the Woody keeps your fingers from getting too toasty while you scrape. Works with porcelain, cast, and stainless grill grates.

Franklin Barbecue Pits Are No Joke, All Smoke

Widely regarded as among the most influential pitmasters in the U.S., Aaron Franklin’s latest endeavor is producing the ultimate backyard smoker in his Austin-based welding shop, under the nameplate Franklin Barbecue Pits. The first in his forthcoming line of prosumer BBQ equipment is a big boy smoker. Weighing in at 550 pounds it boasts a grill surface that’s 19 by 36 inches, a double-walled firebox, a 5/16-inch-thick cook chamber big enough to fit three briskets, a removable smokestack, a water pan shelf, and the whole rig rolls on industrial 5-inch casters.

Cuisinart’s Woodcreek Pellet Grill Cooks with Wood or Charcoal

The ability to cook with wood or charcoal makes Cuisinart’s Woodcreek 4-in-1 Pellet Grill a versatile backyard grill. It’s got a 30-pound pellet hopper, a briquet insert and removable tray for charcoal—so you can choose your fire, whether you’re grilling or slow-smoking. The system includes a pair of bluetooth meat thermometers that will send cooking & temperature data to your device via the Cuisinart App.

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When Steaks Are At Stake, You Need This Smart Grilling Hub

If you spare just one steak from becoming a charred slab of shoe-leather, Weber’s Connect Smart Grilling Hub has earned its place at your grill. More than just a smart thermometer, this device connects with your phone to provide step-by-step updates and real-time progress on whatever you’re cooking. Track temps live & get notifications when it’s time to flip. If this doesn’t make grilling foolproof, call for takeout.

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The Noori V01 is a Great Grill & So Much More

No matter what you’ve got going on in the backyard, when you roll out the Noori V01, it’s gonna be lit. It’s a uniquely versatile & international award-winning design; the world’s first combination rocket stove/BBQ grill/pizza oven/firepit. Features include a refractory concrete fire-bowl, a porcelain enamel lid and it stands on stainless steel legs with smooth-rolling industrial casters. Easy-to-convert modular components make it simple to mix & match for your cooking & entertaining needs.

Weber Introduces The SmokeFire, Its First Pellet Grill

Weber’s pellet-powered SmokeFire grill & smoker utilizes smart technology from appliance upstart June for flawless wi-fi enabled outdoor cooking. This heavy-duty grill is offered in 2 sizes, with a 24″ or 36″ grilling surface. The Weber/June app offers precision cooking control from your phone as well as step-by-step instructions that will take all the guesswork out of grilling & smoking.

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This is the Most Advanced Charcoal Grill We’ve Ever Seen

Triple Michelin-Star chef Heston Blumenthal has just launched the 4K, a new charcoal-fired barbecue grill with Australia’s Everdure. The renowned British chef says the grill design is “inspired by the 4,000-year tradition of Kamado-style and man-made ceramic clay cooking.” Charcoal is ignited with the press of a button & the grill gets super-hot, enough to cook a perfect Neapolitan pizza in just 2 minutes. In addition to high heat & giving you an award-worthy sear, it also functions as a slow cooker & smoker. Can be controlled remotely using the dedicated app.

Otto Wilde Teams Up with the King of Meat to Create the Ultimate Steak Grill

World-renowned butcher Pat LaFrieda supplies America’s Michelin-star restaurants with nothing but the finest cuts. Now this famous meat man has teamed up with Otto Wilde Grills to create a  gas grill capable of properly cooking his top-shelf steaks. The compact Pat LaFrieda Series grill can reach temps of up to 1500º to ensure the perfect sear and gourmet results every time.

The Cube Grill

Designed in collaboration with famous Michelin star chef Heston Blumenthal, the Cube Grill is a high-quality cooking device that’s easily transportable.

The compact charcoal grill is perfect for grilling food for small parties at the park, beach or tailgate. It measures 16″ x 13″ x 9″ and weighs in at less than 16 lbs.

A porcelain enamel firebox with removable coal tray ensures durability and great heat retention, while a built-in shield protects users from high temps.

Complete with stainless-steel racks, removable cooking tray, stay-cool chrome handles, integrated food-grade storage tray with a bamboo prep board that doubles as a lid, and two safety latches keeping it tightly sealed for transport, the Cube is an elegant piece of cookware that can handle a great deal of grilling on the go.

Buy From Williams Sonoma $200

Aquaforno II Multipurpose Outdoor Cooking Stove

Since 2011, the folks at Aquaforno have been making award-winning telescopic multi-stoves that use wood, charcoal or gas. Their latest “kitchen in a backpack” is the Aquaforno II, a multipurpose outdoor cooking stove that doubles as a grill, pizza oven, smoker, brazier, and even water boiler.

The beautifully crafted portable stove is made of 430 stainless steel and features a base that sits on adjustable tripod legs and works as a standalone grill, boiler, and fire pit. The second section allows you to raise the grill for frying food in a pan or wok, while the enclosing top section is an oven with a baking stone, insulated lid & thermometer, with plenty of space for cooking a casserole or a whole chicken.

Assembling the Aquaforno II is super easy and requires no tools, however, the whole thing weighs a considerable 44 lb so you’d better use a vehicle to haul this bad boy to the camping spot.

Preorder From Indiegogo $240