This 36,000 BTU grill features a 13,000 BTU side burner and a 500 sq. in. cooking surface. A perfect addition to any backyard or patio, it is constructed from stainless steel and is dual fuel compatible.
A classic, this heavy-duty camp grill is constructed from cast iron and features a 11,000 BTU tube burner. The wind blocking shield is collapsable, allowing for easy set-up and increased portability.
This smartly designed unit, which can be used on its stand or on a table top, features removable grill, griddle or stove surfaces. Two independently controlled burners (20,000 BTU) allow for simultaneous cooking at different temperatures, while convenient hooks for utensils and detachable side tables make for a pleasurable grilling experience.
This electric grill has 240 square inches of cooking surface (17.5" diameter) and a lid with adjustable steam vent. The grill is fully immersible when the temperature probe is removed, features an adjustable temperature control, a nonstick cooking surface, and a channel that drains and collects grease.
With 1167 square inches of grilling and independent cooking zones, this large grill is perfect for rotisserie, direct, and indirect cooking. Additional features include towel hooks, generous side shelves for food preparation, and twin drawers.
This grill features 840 square inches of cooking area, five stainless steel burners (52,500 BTU), and a 11,000 BTU side burner. Sleek stainless steel construction, plenty of storage space, and a temperature gauge makes for convenient grilling.
Kenmore's 48,000 BTU grill has an additional 12,000 BTU infrared side burner and back burner. Independent cooking zones (840 sq. in.) allow for rotisserie, direct, and indirect cooking when entertaining both small and large parties.
With a traditional appearance, this electric grill features a 1670-watt heating element that can be adjusted to three positions, including vertical for indirect rotisserie cooking. The cooking surface measures 12 1/4 inches x 16 1/2 inches and side trays are removable and dishwasher safe.
With an 8500 BTU output and 189 square inches of cooking area, this table-top grill comes nearly completely assembled. It is portable (35 lbs.) and is fueled by standard 14.1 oz. propane cylinders.
This basic grill features a 26000 BTU-per-hour input and a total cooking area of 528 sq. in. Its compact size (59.5 in. high, 51.5 in. wide, and 28 in. deep, with lid open) makes it an attractive addition to any patio or backyard.
Created from wood-mill scraps and fired in a non-polluting wood-retort plant. It's available at Whole Foods as well as at Lowe's. They produce cleaner-tasting food (not petroleum after taste) and fewer ashes, so clean-up is a breeze.
Greenlink's got two eco-charcoal options. One is produced from waste coconut shells, a natural food grade binder, no fillers like anthracite, and no chemicals. The other is natural wood charcoal, made with a natural food grade binder, no fillers like anthracite coal, and no chemicals.
Available made with either waste coconut husks or sustainably-harvested wood, Kamado's charcoal is eco-friendly all around. It's free of additives and made from renewable materials and boasts smokeless, ashless burning.
Sustainably harvested from pruned and selectively-thinned mesquite trees. Mesquite's high, long-lasting heat makes it a favorite among grillers. These can be purchased at Raley’s, Lucky Stores, Andronico’s, Mollie Stone’s, Orchard Supply Hardware, Market of Choice, Fred Meyer and QFC.
Made from selectively cut timber (scrap tree limbs and trunks that don't meet construction specifications) under a strict Canadian government reforestation program. They burn much cleaner, producing 250 times less sulphur dioxide and 3 times less nitrogen oxide than composition briquettes.
Made with cornstarch binder and no chemicals, these briquettes burn really hot and very long. And they produce far less ash than most other briquettes around. And if you properly put out your barbecue flame after each session, these briquettes are reusable! And some are even produced from timber certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
This electric charcoal starter enables you to have hot coals without using newspaper or lighter fluid. It features a heat-resistant plastic handle and comes equipped with a stainless-steel sheath.
You can have smoldering coals in minutes without the use of lighter fluid with this heavy duty charcoal starter. It features a heat shield that keeps the bamboo handle cool, holds up to 4 lbs of briquettes, and measures 10 1/2" high with a 6 1/2" diameter.
TheGrill Life Electric Charcoal Starter provides hot coals in a few minutes. It eliminates the need for lighter fluid or newspaper and features a stainless steel sheath, heat-resistant plastic handle, and 24" power cord.
This durable chimney starter is constructed from aluminized steel and allows for grilling without using lighter fluid. It holds enough briquettes for a 22-1/2-inch kettle grill and its handle stays cool to the touch.
Use the power of the sun (no polluting fuel or flames needed) at your next cookout. The Sun Oven is a box-style solar cooker the size of a small suitcase and has a convenient carrying handle for easy portability. Reaches temperatures of 360°F to 400°F .
The Tulsi-Hybrid Solar Oven uses the sun's energy to cook all types of food, reaching temperatures of over 400 degrees. It also features a built-in energy-efficient, low-wattage electronic heating backup unit so it can operate even if the sun's not shining. To use, place food inside the oven, position the reflector toward the sun, and let it bake.
Made from recycled soda bottles, this lightweight two-pot solar box cooker holds two 10-inch pots (3 quarts each) and reaches temperatures close to 300°F. It can be ordered with optional detachable reflectors that help lengthen the outdoor cooking season beyond just the summer months.
This lightweight panel-style solar cooker is constructed of crushable, water-resistant foam. It folds flat for easy transport and reaches temperatures in the mid-200°F. Comes with a high-temperature cooking bag, required for cooking.
This lightweight solar cooker allows only the food to get hot, like a microwave oven. It also features a built-in thermometer that shows food temperature, not oven temperature. Food cooks even in haze and low-sunlight conditions. The Surfer Chef solar oven system shows when there is enough sunlight to cook.