Some cooks pride themselves on their mastery of the grill and are happy to spend hours tending to meats. However, if you love barbecue but hate the idea of being stuck next to one all afternoon, Char-Broil’s new SmartChef gas grill connects to a smartphone app so you can monitor your dinner while doing anything else.
This week, you photographed your Memorial Day BBQs. And what can we say other than, is it lunchtime yet?
Dry-aged beef. It's a phrase that gets fancy steak-lovers' mouths all drooly. The magic dance of enzymes and moisture reduction creates out-of-this-world flavor and tenderness that, unless you've got restaurant-grade equipment, you can't recreate at home. Steaklocker wants to change that, with a device on Kickstarter…
We're nearing the end of the summer, but that doesn't mean you need to hang up your apron. In fact, now's the perfect time to stock up on accessories that prolong the magic. For example, is there any better way to flip your burgers than this burger-shaped spatula?
Tornado hot dogs are the biggest thing since spiral cut ham on sliced bread. By carving a groove into the link around a meaty central core, the dog not only cooks faster with crispy edges but it also holds more condiments and prevents them from slopping out with each bite. The Cyclone hot dog slicer prepares these…
There's hardly a better day for grilling than the 4th of July, and what better way to celebrate a nation's independence than barbecuing with a charcoal grill that celebrates freedom from traditional geometry?
Grilling and patriotic holidays go together like stars and stripes, so New Jersey-based designer Jacob Riley-Wasserman's Star Spangled Spatula is a perfect fit for your July 4 barbecue.
Memorial Day is the first major patriotic holiday of the summer that demands grilling. You may use it as rare motivation to down some dogs and crack open a watermelon. You may interpret it as a directive to commence infinite cook outs. At Gizmodo we're pretty big on grilling, because it's hallowed ground at the…
Your grill may be an altar for red meat but why partake only in steak when there are so many other delicious animals and vegetables to try? Here’s what you’ll need to roast birds and bivalves alongside your bevy of beef.
It's never fun when it finally comes time to clean that grill. The residue has been building up for months, and you have no choice but to whip out the steel brush, pull off the grate, and literally get your hands dirty. But how about if you could get a cute little circular robot pal to do it for you? Enter Grillbot.
Not to ruin the surprise, but this is what my brother-in-law is getting for Christmas. He's likes to spend time cooking on the back porch, so this steel grill fry pan is perfect for him.
If you're going to grill up a nice cut of steak, you damn well better know how to do it well. And while taste certainly matters the most, there's something to be said for presentation. This grill can help out with that.
Mike Rowe, we love your stuff on the Discovery Channel. Dirty Jobs! But one job that isn't dirty is being a grillmaster, when your grill is an imaginary grill that's actually a metal shelving unit in a Ford advertisement. Yum!
July 4th and BBQs go hand-in-hand like a politician and their next sex scandal. But what isn't always certain is the grilling technique we will partake in on America's birthday. So here's a question for you: will you be filling up a propane tank or buying a bag of charcoal come Wednesday?
Sliding vegetables and chunks of meat onto a skewer is an easy way to grill without them falling into the fires below. But un-spearing them afterwards is often a pain-in-the-ass procedure that the GrillComb makes a lot easier.
June! The month your parents banished you to sleepaway camp as a kid. You'd learn how to waterski, tell ghost stories, and cook hot dogs over the fire using a bent wire coat hanger. Though you're not exactly packing up your trunk, you can still char your weiners on at your next backyard barbecue with these curly hot…
Vegetables and BBQs were meant to be together, but for every piece of grilled asparagus that makes it to the table, how many fall through the grill to a fiery death? It's a terrible summer epidemic that these Grill Clips should alleviate.
In college I was very familiar with card tables. But only for beer pong. Those were ugly, alcohol-soaked frat house fixtures that weren't exactly sanitary, but worked just fine for drinking games. Fast-forward to the present, when that's not exactly the kind of furniture I want to put out for company—something more…
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.