Grilling

Have you ever purchased a grill only to use it the one time you had a craving for chargrilled hot dogs and hamburgers? I'll admit that we did that. We bought a small Webber grill, grilled with it one time and then it sat in the garage for years until we gave it away. Maybe… Read More

There's something magical about charcoal grilling, especially during the long days of summer. You just can't replicate that taste on a gas grill. Since 2013 BBQ Dragon has been bringing new innovations to the charcoal grilling market, and I have one of their latest gadgets on the back patio for testing. It's the Chimney of… Read More

The weather is warming up and that means sun, fun and grilling season. This year Traeger wants to make your grilling and smoking even easier. With their new Timberline 850 and 1300 model grills they're introducing WiFIRE control. With WiFIRE you can control your Timberline grill from your phone. So you can adjust your grill… Read More

BBQ masters with nocturnal grilling tendencies will no longer need to juggle a flashlight in one hand while flipping burgers with the other if they use the Grillight Grilling Spatula. Made of restaurant grade stainless steel, this two-in-one meat flipper is also a flashlight too. It features a bright high powered LED in the handle… Read More

With the Stainless Steel Bacon Grilling Rack, you can cook some crispy bacon for your burgers right on the grill.  The rack is made of 430 stainless steel and measures 4.88" x 10.79" x 5.63".  It's big enough to hold 4-6 slices of bacon (you may need a couple if everyone wants bacon), and it cooks the… Read More

To me, nothing is better than freshly grilled meat and veggies at home during the warm (and cold) months. My boyfriend and I struggle to get our barbecue coals hot quickly using various tools, and have to wait well over 45 minutes for the coals to be ready.  I recently got the chance to review the BBQ… Read More

Hockey season is over and you're jonesing for some stick time, but the temperature outside could melt steel let alone your backyard ice rink. Hat Trick BBQ has the solution to get that stick back in your hands, or at least part of a hockey stick. Hat Trick BBQ has come up with a concept… Read More

Summer's here, and it's time for camping, tailgating, and picnicking.  If you want to cook your food at your destination, you'll have to hope there's some sort of grill there or that open fires are allowed.  If you take along the Cookout Crusader Portable Grill, you won't worry about the cooking situation.  The stainless steel… Read More

Winter is gone and that means it's time to get outdoors and fire up the grill for some burgers and hotdogs. I'm not sure about you, but it always makes me a little queasy when I have to squirt lighter fluid on charcoal. I know most of it burns away once the charcoal comes up… Read More

The Gadgeteer Kid and I are huge carnivores, as are many of our friends and family members. We barbecue year-round, especially during the summer months. As many of you aficionados of the grill know, cooking everyone's meal to perfection can be a challenge. Well, the folks at iDevices have recently introduced the iGrillmini, a smaller… Read More

There are robots to clean your floors and robots to clean your windows, so why can't a robot clean your grill?  Get a Grillbot, and a robot will use three powerful electric motors and three brass or stainless steel brushes to scrub your grill clean as a whistle.  You don't have to do anything other… Read More

If you like cooking outdoors on a grill but don't like the chemical aftertaste in your food, you'll be interested in the Afire Koko Coconut Charcoal from Williams-Sonoma.  Afire makes this charcoal from renewable coconut shells (left overs from other coconut uses) with no added propellants or other chemicals, fillers, glues, or nitrates.  The hole in… Read More

One of the perks of a charcoal grill is the charred taste that comes from the searing heat of the coals. The most annoying part of a charcoal grill is waiting for the coals to heat up. With the BBQ Dragon, your wait time is reduced to a mere ten minutes. The BBQ Dragon clips… Read More

The m.iGrill from Brookstone not only cooks your burgers, it also cranks your tunes.  The m.iGrill has 160 square inches of cooking surface, and it produces 8,500 BTUs of cooking power from a 1 lb. disposable propane container.  The cooking surface and drip pan are dishwasher safe.  The base has a couple of speakers that… Read More

SolidWorks is a 3D CAD software package used in business and education to design and prototype products.  Many cool and useful products have been developed using SolidWorks, and they wanted us to know about some of them, including the Carson Portable Rotisserie Grill.  (See their full press release for other products, including the Zoku Quick… Read More