It only makes sense that a barbecue that looks like a jet engine fallen off a plane is called the Jet Grill, but—and some of you might be disappointed in this—it doesn't cook your meats via some high-powered afterburner. The design and functionality is still clever, though, as it harnesses rising heat to keep your…
Inspiration can strike at any time, and presumably the creator of this unique BBQ happened to be watching Contact while trying to come up with a new design. How else can you explain its concentric ring design that looks like some kind of worm hole generator or time machine?
The general rule of thumb is that whoever's throwing the barbecue gets to be the grillmaster—but that's not always a coveted title. Picky eaters and those who prefer their steaks burnt to a crisp take the fun out of it, so the folks at Unikia have created a communal tabletop grill that makes everyone responsible for…
The end of summer usually means the end of grilling and scorched steaks for dinner. But T-fal has come up with a solution to both those problems. Its new OptiGrill can not only be used indoors, all year round, it's also smart enough to let you know when a steak is perfectly done—whether rare, medium, or charred.
The perfectly grilled steak starts with a perfect bed of coals. And instead of drenching your charcoal briquettes in lighter fluid to ensure they light, this simple cardboard Grill Cube promises a piping hot BBQ in about ten minutes.
Thanks to a set of four large rubber wheels and an extremely compact design, the Cuebe grill can be easily rolled to wherever grilled meat is on the menu. It's a portable kitchen devoted to steak and burgers, but with an added healthy twist.
Though they were barely needed this year, it's time to pack away the shovels, scrapers, and other implements of Winter and break out the tools of Summer. Including this set of grilling gear that protects your knuckles from burns.
As a pescetarian, I refuse to clean the barbecue grills of their meat-soaked char-marks. I would probably consider using this Grand Grill Daddy though, as it'd keep my hands animal-free and wouldn't look too shabby hanging by the barbie, either.
How to stand out from the crowd on those long summer days, now that every man and his dog is donning a novelty apron? Bodum's Fyrkat Cone charcoal grills are not only brightly-hued, but have a particularly special shape so it can fit a rotating spit in as well. On sale now, they cost around $200. [Bodum via Uncrate]
My small Weber is already pretty portable, but there's no way I could just sling it over my shoulder and trot off in search of a grassy patch. If you're willing to spend $150 on portable grilling, Fuego has come up trumps with its canvas handle model, which weighs 15lbs and has 160sq-inches of grilling surface. Plus a…