When your first product is one of the most innovative and straight-up coolest gadgets on the market, what do you do for an encore? That’s the problem Looft faced after the launch of the Looftlighter — now called the Looft Lighter I. How does the new Looft on the block measure up? We’ve got the answer below.
There are quite literally thousands of accessories marketed toward helping us with our grilling, BBQ, and smoking. But which are any good, and are we happy to recommend? Below we list a massive seventeen items that make outdoor cooking easier and more fun. Go grab a few!
If you’re looking for the best charcoal briquettes, then this helpful, unbiased buying guide will steer you in the right direction to get the right ones for you. We look at the most popular and highest quality brands, as used by ourselves, experts, professionals, and the keenest amateurs alike.
You want the very best wood pellets for smoking you can find, because it's not just fuel, it's an ingredient! They can have a dramatic effect on the quality and taste of your food. Find the right ones for your specific needs here.
You will never taste bacon as good as homemade! And with the cold smoke generators that we review in this guide, you can make your own, as well as cold smoke cheese, fish, nuts, garlic, and more. It’s highly addictive. You’re going to love it!
We work around a lot of fire and heat in the outdoor cooking game. Protect yourself with the best BBQ gloves that are heat-resistant, insulated, and will protect your hands perfectly around a hot grill. They’re cheaper and less painful than a hospital visit by far!
Check out the best grill brushes, scrapers, and cleaning tools in our helpful buying guide packed full of advice and product reviews, so you get the right tool for your needs. Not all products are best for all grill or grate types, so read our buying guide for the correct advice!
A charcoal chimney starter is one of the best, most efficient ways to quickly get a charcoal grill up to cooking temp. Here we review the top models available, discuss their features, their pros and cons, and what you should look for when picking the right model for you.
A man's work is only as good as his tools…or so the saying goes. So pick up some of the best grilling and BBQ tools from our roundup, complete with detailed buying advice. We advise on and review the essential tools, as well as some that are just nice to have.
There are so many brands of lump charcoal, it’s hard to know which is best. Low quality lump burns badly, generates low heat, and can even impart odd flavors onto your food. That’s why we put together this info-packed buying guide and list of top products.
We've noticed many people questioning the safety of grill mat use, stating that they give off toxic fumes. So we decided to dig into the details in a search for the truth and give ourselves the confidence to keep on using them. Which we have and will do!
These grill cart plans show you step-by-step how to make your own grill cart with storage and work surfaces for a 22-inch kettle grill. With exact dimensions, materials list, tools required, and step-by-step illustrated diagrams and images to help you every step of the way.
The kick ash basket promises to increase airflow, allowing for a hotter fire when desired, as well as greater control at lower temperatures. It also enables you to separate out and reuse unburned fuel with a simple shake at the end of a cook. Here are our thoughts in our hands-on review.
An electric Fire starter that looks a little like a lightsaber, gets a charcoal grill going quickly, and saves money over regularly buying firelighters. What’s not to like? In this review, I take a detailed look at the Looftlighter, what it is, how it’s used, its pros and cons, and more.
When it comes to charcoal, you have one main choice to make: Lump or briquettes? In this guide, we compare and contrast the pros and cons of each. We discuss when to use one or the other and the benefits gained from switching between the two at the correct times.
Which is the best material to cook on when it comes to grill grates? Or are different grates preferred at different times? What are the pros and cons of different grate materials? Let’s compare cast iron vs stainless steel to see if you should choose a clear winner.