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Tag: Grilling

The Float ‘N’ Grill, A Floating Propane Grill for Cooking on the Water

The Float ‘N’ Grill, A Floating Propane Grill for Cooking on the Water
The Float ‘N’ Grill is a portable propane grill that attaches to a flip-resistant buoyant plastic raft so you can grill out on the water and not set your deck or raft on fire. The unit is available in patriotic red or blue and can be found on Amazon (affiliate link).

Korean BBQ Coffee Table: For Proper TV Dinners

Korean BBQ Coffee Table: For Proper TV Dinners
Because nothing says ‘Honey, I’m home!’ like the delicious smell of sizzling bulgogi wafting from the living room, this is the Korean BBQ coffee table sold by woojuCorporation on Etsy. The table costs $650, has a removable grill and collapsable legs for slimline storage, and is quickly going to become my new favorite piece of home furniture.

Motorcycle Beer Can Chicken Stands: Born to Be Barbecue

Motorcycle Beer Can Chicken Stands: Born to Be Barbecue
Just when I thought you couldn’t make beer can chicken any better, Etsy seller Tom’s RiDICKulous Things (real mature, Tom!) starts manufacturing these motorcycle beer can chicken holders. I can already close my eyes and sense the jealousy of all my friends when I lift the grill lid and they see this easy rider.

The NOMAD Briefcase Grill & Smoker: For Cooking on the Go

The NOMAD Briefcase Grill & Smoker: For Cooking on the Go
Because you never know when the need to grill or smoke some meat is going to hit you, NOMAD has developed the Briefcase Grill & Smoker, a $600 portable grill and smoker in the form of a 28-pound briefcase.

Grillbot Grill Cleaning Robot Review: Single-purpose Bot Takes the Pain out of Grilling

Grillbot Grill Cleaning Robot Review: Single-purpose Bot Takes the Pain out of Grilling
I love to cook on the grill. Steaks and burgers cooked inside on the stove just don’t taste the same. The problem is that I hate to clean the grill. All that baked-on goo hardly ever comes off without spending 20 minutes scraping.

Rib Eye Steak Grilled with 2,000-degree Molten Lava

Rib Eye Steak Grilled with 2,000-degree Molten Lava
“Cooking With Lava” is the name of this video by Bompas & Parr studio. And that is just what they do. This video features professor Robert Wysocki of Syracuse University in New York State using the 2,000-degree heat of molten lava to cook a 10-ounce rib eye.

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