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?
There's a certain pride that comes with donning the apron and tongs to handle grilling duties at a barbecue. Making sure everyone's steak is cooked exactly how they like is a lot of responsibility, though, which is why the JAG Grill table—that lets every dinner guest grill their own meat—is such a wonderful idea.
When you're cooking dinner in the woods, the last thing you want is to be responsible for burning down acres of trees down because you were careless with your campfire. A portable grill helps keep everything safely contained, and the folding Grillo even keeps your burning briquettes or kindling off the forest floor.
Got a big presentation to give to the board but haven't prepared one bit? They won't even notice your complete lack of research if you show up carrying a briefcase that unfolds into a compact grill.
If you're an avid fisherman you no longer have to wait to get back to shore to enjoy your catch. But it will require you to trade in your fishing boat for this $50,000 floating BBQ that can accomodate up to ten passengers.
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]
We are not strangers to a crazy BBQ design or two, but this BFG BBQ—think Doom weapon, not friendly giant—takes the proverbial biscuit. Spotted on Flickr, and the work of an unknown Texan, the grill stands 19-feet long, has a 36" x 60" primary grill and a 12" x 36" secondary grill. The handle houses a fire box, while…
If your meat could talk, it would probably scream in a high pitched voice about the cruelty of slaughterhouses, the pain of being cooked on the grill, and the indignity of being eaten by a chubby guy in an A1-stained "Vote for Pedro" t-shirt. Which is why there's no technology out there to give a voice to the silent…