Grills

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KettlePizza BBQ Insert

Since it's the time of year when your cooking happens mostly outside of the kitchen, you need to figure out ways to eat things other than burgers and dogs. The KettlePizza Insert is an ingenious way to turn your kettle grill into a pizza oven and expand your meal options. Simply take the lid off your grill, place the ... continue reading
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Tactical BBQ Apron

It's just about time for the scent of smoke to start wafting from grills around the country. As you prepare to gear up for BBQ season, consider taking your grill game to another level this year. First step, this Tactical BBQ Apron. Forget ever having to run into the house to grab some tool, condiment, or seasoning ... continue reading
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STEAL: 15% Off Sitewide in the Cool Material Shop STEAL

We've been adding new items to our shop on a weekly basis for a while now, and this week is your chance to save on all of them. Head over to the shop, enter your email into the pop-up, and you'll save 15% off sitewide! Snag a new watch, pocket knife, machined pen, or any of the other goods that line our virtual shelves. Hurry up, sale ends Monday, Oct. 6. ... check it out
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BioLite Portable Grill

If you were one of the many who purchased perhaps the coolest gadget to come out last year—The BioLite Stove—you've no doubt been extremely pleased with your decision. Any little pack that can both juice up our cell and keep us warm in the outdoors is pretty spectacular. There has been one issue however, if you ... continue reading
$60 buy MORE: Camping, Gear, Grills, Outdoors.
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Darwin Triangular Briefcase BBQ

It's time to ditch that briefcase you carry to work everyday. You know, the one filled with magazines, an assortment of snacks and a surprisingly lack of things related to work. Instead, bring this Darwin Triangular BBQ in to the office and we guarantee you'll earn more points than you would with a solid PowerPoint ... continue reading
$39 buy MORE: Food, Grills, Home.
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City Boy Picnic Grill

Blanket on the grass or the sand. Cool beer within arms reach. Ladies in sundresses or bikinis. Maybe even a good book or some quality tunes. Picnics can be fun, but there always seems to be something missing from the outdoor, day drinking party. The one thing that you need to set it over the top is the smell of cooking ... continue reading
$229 buy MORE: Cooking, Grills, Home.
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Stake 3-in-1 BBQ Tool

It's finally here! Grilled meat season is upon us ladies and gentlemen. Manning (or womanning) the grill takes a few things: meat (some encased), cold beer, fire, an appetite and tools. Bare minimum, you'll find yourself using a spatula and tongs. Having a stabbing tool for serving purposes is a bonus, but it's not ... continue reading
$46 buy MORE: Cooking, Food, Grills, Home.
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Portable Wood-Fire Grill

Wood-fire grills impart a flavor to our steaks and burgers that is about as irresistible as a "Win a Date with Kate Upton" contest. The problem is, by the time the grill heats up, we've built up such a hunger that we consume two full cows. Our guts don't like that. For wood-grilled treats with a bit of urgency no ... continue reading
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The Cuebe Grill

How many times has this happened to you? You're out back enjoying a few beers with your friends when you get the urge to fire up the grill for a couple of burgers. You leave the group to keep eye on the patties so you don't serve up a round of hockey pucks. While you're away, your friend Jerry starts putting the moves ... continue reading
$3800 buy MORE: Grills, Home, Tools.
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Grill Cube

When it comes to grilling, we try to be purists. We're guilty of the occasional gas cook out of sheer convenience, but we always feel bad about it when we take the first bite out of whatever meaty concoction we just charred. Charcoal with a chimney is the best way to go, but it's also a pain. Until now. Grill Cube ... continue reading
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Flameless Grill Smoker

When we smoke meat, we want it to taste like we just walked into a Parisian jazz bar back in the day—extra, extra smokey. The problem is, due to limited space and our sometimes limited budget, getting that flavor is often easier said than done. If you're like us, and happen to always be on the lookout for a quick ... continue reading
$40 buy MORE: Cooking, Food, Grills, Home.
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Stove In A Can

Sometimes a product's name really says it all. We're happy to find these because, frankly, it means we don't have to do any work. Take for example Stove In A Can. What is it? Well, you see, it's a stove in a can. Okay, we're gonna hit the bar. Alright, a bit of an explanation is warranted even though Stove In ... continue reading
$30 buy MORE: Cooking, Gear, Grills, Outdoors.
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Slat Grills

We can't think of any successful camping trip that didn't include s'mores, copious amounts of grilled meat and Jiffy Pop. All you need to make any of those things delicious is a fire, but a grill also opens up options like coffee and cheese on your burgers. That portable propane grill you've got lying around just won't ... continue reading
$110 buy MORE: Cooking, Grills, Home.
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CB500X Portable Charcoal Grill

For a devoted tailgater, spending the day in a parking lot outside the stadium is a given. Kickoff is 8 at night? You'll be there before noon. Put it this way, an experienced tailgater will be there long enough to smoke some ribs, and with the CB500X Portable Charcoal Grill, you could. The stylish little charcoal ... continue reading
$155 buy MORE: Cooking, Food, Grills, Home.
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Element Portable Gas Grill

We recently got all philosophical about our favorite tailgate beers (hey, that will happen after some PBR 24-ouncers). Well the fact is, the beer is only part of the tailgate equation for success. The obvious other variable is the food. The biggest issue with tailgate cooking is portability—good luck convincing ... continue reading
$150 buy MORE: Food, Grills, Home.
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Tactical Grilling Apron

We've never had an experience where we were manning the grill and some sniper tried to pick us off and snatch our porterhouse or a grenade was lobbed at our feet and a gang of guerrilla fighters waited on our soon available Igloo Cooler.  We have however needed two tables worth of room to spread out all the gear we ... continue reading
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