April 19, 2011

Bodum Fyrkat 13.4-Inch Portable Charcoal Grill

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Not really designed for the kitchen, but it will work great on your back porch or backyard grilling area. This 13.4-inch grill is for cooking whole fish, steaks for 4, portabellas, and more in the great outdoors. The compact design is for easy car transport to the picnic and for grilling on small balconies. The enamel-coated steel construction for corrosion- and scratch-resistance and easy, scrub-free cleaning makes keeping the grill looking great super simple. It features a latching lid which makes it easy to pick up the grill and carry with one hand and keeps charcoal contained during transport.

At Bodum Fyrkat 13.4-Inch Portable Charcoal Grill

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April 12, 2011

Handyman BBQ Tools Grilling Set

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Perfect for the handyman or girl who also grills, this Handyman BBQ Tools Grilling Set features all the utensils needed for a great BBQ but also includes standard tools on the other side if you need to fix something mid grill.

  • Spatula/Wrench - 3.5 inches x 19 inches
  • Fork/Hammer - 4 inches x 19 inches
  • Brush/Tape Measure - 2 inches x 16.5 inches (tape measure = 78in/200cm)

At HANDYMAN BBQ TOOLS GRILLING SET

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April 5, 2011

Bodum Fyrkat Cone Charcoal Grill Looks Like Alien Lander

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At $200 bucks this grill better fly, and it does with a very cool design. Built to grill and impress, the Bodum Frykat Cone Charcoal Grill will be the envy of neighbors here on earth and aliens when they stop by for a picnic.

Via Chip Chick at Bodum

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March 30, 2011

Stok Grill Has Inserts for Grilling Pizza this Summer and Hot Dogs

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The Stok Quatrro Grill and its insert system make it easy to change between between a grill grate, griddle, pizza stone and vegetable tray. You can combine any two inserts to combo cook pizza and vegetables or whatever grilling needs are. The $350 grill also comes with side shelf towel bars, internal spice racks, stainless steel and porcelain construction, a built-in temperature gauge, and electric ignition.

Via Gizmodo at Stok Grills

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March 11, 2011

Fuego Element Portable Gas Grill - Grill and Go for Any Event

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We love portable grilling, and we think given it's laptop appearance this grill might be the most portable we've ever featured. You can sit down and for $150 go Fuego with this grill. Okay - the grill is named Fuego and it weighs 15lbs and has 159 sq-inches of grilling surface - plus a dishwasher-friendly tray to collect all the grease. Buy it now and you'll be ready for any random grilling you might need over the summer. Hmmm...wonder if an iPad2 will fit in that grilling case as well?

Features include:

  • Roaring 8,000 btu/hr stainless steel burner fires up an unbeatable 350–650 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Removable, reusable and drip-proof grease collection cup makes clean up a breeze. Plus it’s dishwasher safe.
  • Locking legs fold into a handle and a travel band keeps it compact –– a take-anywhere, stash-anyplace winner.
  • A generous 159 sq inches of grill space and a cast iron grate lets you grill up a feast for the whole gang.
  • 15 lbs light-weight high quality powder coated steel construction.
  • Stylish red signature band included to lock lid in place for ease of transport.
  • The push button ignitor and 8,000 btu steel burner delivers powerful cooking performance in seconds.
  • The variable control valve keeps you in control of the cooking level, while the steel cooking lid keeps food warm and protects the cooking surface.

Via Gizmodo at Let's Talk Chef

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February 2, 2011

Steel Charcoal Grills from Fire & Steel

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We just found these very cool grills that look as if you're cooking for an away mission on Star Trek. The grills feature a 5-position adjustable pulley with chain that is used to regulate the distance between grilling surface and burning charcoal. Beam us up!

Via Appliancist at Fire & Steel

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December 21, 2010

A Weber Genesis Grill Makes the Perfect Holiday Gift

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If you pool your holiday spending resources and get a grill for the person in your house that does all the grilling you won't be sorry. Think about it - next Summer you'll benefit over and over, but they'll just be happy they have a new grill. This Weber Genesis is quite nice, and only costs about $699.

Features include:

  • New front mounted control panel; 3 stainless steel burners; individual electronic ignition system; 38,000 BTU per hour input
  • 507-square-inch primary cooking area; 130-square-inch warming rack; 637 square-inch total cooking area
  • Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates; enclosed cart with corresponding painted steel doors and stainless steel handles and accent-colored painted side and rear panels and porcelain enameled shroud with a center mounted thermometer
  • Porcelain enameled flavorizer bars; porcelain enameled heat deflectors and six tool hooks
  • 2 heavy-duty front locking casters and 2 heavy-duty back swivel casters

At Weber 6511001 Genesis E-310 Liquid Propane Gas Grill

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December 17, 2010

Bluetooth-Enabled, iPhone-Compatible, Meat Thermometer

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This iGrill meat thermometer will connect to your iPhone via Bluetooth, so that you can check the status of whatever meat you're cooking from any room in the house. The $100 meat thermometer features a range of 200 feet, will register temperatures up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, and if you don't have an iPhone, you can also use the simple display box that comes with it.

Via Gizmodo at iGrill

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August 10, 2010

Kitchen Basics Poultry Beer Can Roaster

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Shoving a full beer can up a chicken's butt is well - fun. We've always wanted to roast a chicken with the using the beer can method, and with this rack things look like they might take off food wise and not from an explosion.

You can roast your chicken using your favourite beer using this poultry roaster. Place the wire frame roaster in a roasting pan, insert an open can of beer into the center of the frame, and sit the chicken over the roaster in a vertical position. While roasting, the chicken will be infused with the flavour of the beer, and the fat will drip away from the chicken.

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August 4, 2010

DIY Flower Pot Smoker Makes Great BBQ

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This is a kitchen contraption to rival all kitchen contraptions if we've ever seen it - a flower pot and butcher block combined into a smoker. Why build your own? Commercial egg-style smokers can be expensive, and if you're looking to smoke something a bit smaller than they can handle, this DIY flower pot smoker may work great for you.

Check out the build guide at the link below for step-by-step build instructions and lots of pictures on how to make your own Flower Pot Smoker..

Via Lifehacker at Little Blue Egg

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