Tag Archives: barbecue

  • The McRib is Back

    The McRib is Back

    The McDonald’s McRib is the closest thing the dead-souled 21st century has to a recurring deity in the vein of the Phoenix myth – every time it goes away, it’s never for the last time. And now, as a public service announcement (to the degree that informing the public about a fast food pork sandwich […]

  • Imitated Human Skull Fire Gas Logs

    Imitated Human Skull Fire Gas Logs

    I’m no marketing expert, but if I were the proprietor of Myard DELUXE Logs, I would try to come up with a catchier name for my Imitated Human Skull Fire Gas Logs. For instance, and this is just off the, uh, top of my head: Skull Logs, Grilling Skulls, Fire Skulls. All GREAT names, very marketable. […]

  • Grillo: The Portable Barbecue From formAxiom

    Grillo: The Portable Barbecue From formAxiom

    Generally, portable barbecuing is limited to a small kettle grill you can throw in your trunk or the back of your car, but formAxiom weren’t content with standard procedure in the field of portable barbecue grills. And so we have Grillo, an “ultra-portable barbecue” that doesn’t sacrifice functionality or safety for (ultra-)portability. Grillo uses an […]

  • Weber 121020 Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill

    Weber 121020 Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill

    As much as it pains me to write it, summer is almost over, but you still have time to reinvigorate your own BBQ game with some much-needed equipment upgrades if you put your mind to it. And one possible way to do that is by grabbing a Weber 121020 Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill. The Weber 121020 […]

  • Napoleon Pro 665: Grill 40+ Burgers Simultaneously (Photos)

    Napoleon Pro 665: Grill 40+ Burgers Simultaneously (Photos)

    Summer is approaching fast, and with it peak grilling season. But if you’re hoping to grill up some good eats for not just your immediate family, but perhaps an attachment of soldiers or a traveling circus troupe, there’s a grill that lets you cook all that food at one time – the Vito Corleone of […]

  • GrillTimer: “The World’s First BBQ Timing Watch”

    GrillTimer: “The World’s First BBQ Timing Watch”

    When I think about fashionable essential grilling accessories, my brain immediately jumps to those “Kiss The Cook” aprons favored by goofy sitcom characters everywhere. But there may be a new top-of-the-heap coming to grillers’ wardrobes, and it’s a lot more useful than any novelty apron.  It’s the GrillTimer, billed by its makers at Little Griddle […]

  • ‘Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto’

    ‘Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto’

    When Barack Obama was in Austin, TX, he ate at Franklin Barbecue (he didn’t have to wait in line with everybody else, though). He wasn’t alone, as seemingly everyone in the city lines up outside those hallowed doors just to get some of that sweet smoked meat. But now you won’t have to wait in […]

  • Grandpa’s FireGrill From Light My Fire

    Grandpa’s FireGrill From Light My Fire

    It’s already practically the middle of August, but you’ve still got a few weekends of barbecue and camping season left. So you might be interested in the new Grandpa’s FireGrill from Light My Fire, a low-tech solution to a low-tech problem: How to efficiently and effectively grill over an open flame. That low-tech sensibility extends […]

  • 9 Best Meat Smokers Money Can Buy

    9 Best Meat Smokers Money Can Buy

    Summer is practically breathing down your neck, and if you want to step up your barbecue game to the next level it might be time to get a meat smoker. Luckily, they come in all shapes, sizes, and prices, so even if you don’t feel like blowing a couple grand on some state of the […]

  • 9 Ways to Make this Weekend’s Barbecue Healthier

    9 Ways to Make this Weekend’s Barbecue Healthier

    Well, Memorial Day weekend is finally here, and that means you’ll probably be barbecuing or attending a barbecue for the fist time this year. (Unless you live in Canada or some other English-speaking country, in which case it’s just another weekend…sorry.) Unfortunately, the arrival of barbecue season also means most people will soon be stuffing […]