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Maximize Rib Cooking Space With the Rib Ring

By:

Clint Cantwell

Maximize the grilling space with the Rib Rings from BBQ Guru. This patent-pending design holds three racks of ribs upright in a circular pattern in the outermost ring, two racks in the middle, plus one rack or a whole chicken in the center ring.

Published On: 11/7/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

Replacement Charcoal Grate For Weber Kettle Grills And WSM Smoker

By:

Meathead

On the Weber Smokey Mountain and the Weber Kettle, as charcoal burns down to small nubs, the tend to fall through the grates. The way to remedy the situation is to put a second charcoal grate on top of the one that came with your device so they form a cross hatch pattern.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 12/21/2021

Upgrading Your Flimsy Weber Smokey Mountain Door

By:

Meathead

Upgrade your flimsy Weber Smokey Mountain door with this quality version. Arguably the biggest weakness with the otherwise solid build of the Weber Smokey Mountain is the removable front door which is flimsy and leaks. A great solution is to replace it with the heavy duty stainless steel door from Cajun Bandit.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

Weber Smokey Mountain Gaskets Create Airtight Seals

By:

Meathead

The door on a WSM is a bit flimsy and the lid doesn’t always fit tight, leading to a leaky cooker that allows heat to escape. Create airtight seals on the door and/or lid with a Weber Smokey Mountain gasket kit, helping you to maintain perfect temperatures longer in the cooker.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

Lid Hinge Add-on For Weber Smokers And Grills

By:

Meathead

Adding a hinge makes opening and closing a Weber Smokey Mountain smoker and Weber kettle grills effortless. It has a clever little latch so when you open the lid it stays open and won’t slam on your head when you stick it in there to smell your meat and a pin that you can remove so you can take the lid off completely.

Published On: 5/15/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

The Smokenator Hovergrill Expands Your Grill’s Cooking Capacity

By:

Meathead

Made by the Smokenator people, this is a quality stainless steel grate with legs can do three great things for your cooking.

Published On: 5/14/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

Cold Weather Jacket For Your Smoker

By:

Meathead

The Cold Weather Jacket is silicone coated jacket is designed to insulate your Weber Smokey Mountain while cooking and can be adapted for a Weber Kettle. It has a flap for reading the temperature, grasping the handle, and adjusting the exhaust vent, and another flap through which you can attach a thermostat controller.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

Weber Smokey Mountain Gasket and Hinge Kit Reviewed

By:

Meathead

If you’re tired of looking for a place to set your hot Weber Smokey Mountain lid then you’ll love this easy to install lid hinge. A latch makes sure the lid stays open and won’t slam on your head when you stick it in there to smell your meat, and a pin that you can remove so you can take the lid off all the way.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

The Rib-O-Lator, A Rib Rotisserie Insert For Grills

By:

Meathead

Adding the Rib-o-lator to the rotisserie on your grill allows you to cook multiple racks of ribs perfectly. There is a rod that connects to your rotisserie motor. Turn on your motor and round and round they go like a food Ferris wheel. That said, it can only handle narrow slabs that can be confined within the shelves.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 5/11/2021

Convert A Smoker To Propane With These Simple Kits

By:

Meathead

Just because you live in a building that doesn’t allow charcoal smokers and grills doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy cooking on the popular Weber Smokey Mountain smoker thanks to this simple kit from GasSmoker.com for converting it and other smokers to propane.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021


Maximize Rib Cooking Space With the Rib Ring

By:

Clint Cantwell

Maximize the grilling space with the Rib Rings from BBQ Guru. This patent-pending design holds three racks of ribs upright in a circular pattern in the outermost ring, two racks in the middle, plus one rack or a whole chicken in the center ring.

Published On: 11/7/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

Replacement Charcoal Grate For Weber Kettle Grills And WSM Smoker

By:

Meathead

On the Weber Smokey Mountain and the Weber Kettle, as charcoal burns down to small nubs, the tend to fall through the grates. The way to remedy the situation is to put a second charcoal grate on top of the one that came with your device so they form a cross hatch pattern.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 12/21/2021

Upgrading Your Flimsy Weber Smokey Mountain Door

By:

Meathead

Upgrade your flimsy Weber Smokey Mountain door with this quality version. Arguably the biggest weakness with the otherwise solid build of the Weber Smokey Mountain is the removable front door which is flimsy and leaks. A great solution is to replace it with the heavy duty stainless steel door from Cajun Bandit.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

Weber Smokey Mountain Gaskets Create Airtight Seals

By:

Meathead

The door on a WSM is a bit flimsy and the lid doesn’t always fit tight, leading to a leaky cooker that allows heat to escape. Create airtight seals on the door and/or lid with a Weber Smokey Mountain gasket kit, helping you to maintain perfect temperatures longer in the cooker.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

Lid Hinge Add-on For Weber Smokers And Grills

By:

Meathead

Adding a hinge makes opening and closing a Weber Smokey Mountain smoker and Weber kettle grills effortless. It has a clever little latch so when you open the lid it stays open and won’t slam on your head when you stick it in there to smell your meat and a pin that you can remove so you can take the lid off completely.

Published On: 5/15/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

The Smokenator Hovergrill Expands Your Grill’s Cooking Capacity

By:

Meathead

Made by the Smokenator people, this is a quality stainless steel grate with legs can do three great things for your cooking.

Published On: 5/14/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

Cold Weather Jacket For Your Smoker

By:

Meathead

The Cold Weather Jacket is silicone coated jacket is designed to insulate your Weber Smokey Mountain while cooking and can be adapted for a Weber Kettle. It has a flap for reading the temperature, grasping the handle, and adjusting the exhaust vent, and another flap through which you can attach a thermostat controller.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

Weber Smokey Mountain Gasket and Hinge Kit Reviewed

By:

Meathead

If you’re tired of looking for a place to set your hot Weber Smokey Mountain lid then you’ll love this easy to install lid hinge. A latch makes sure the lid stays open and won’t slam on your head when you stick it in there to smell your meat, and a pin that you can remove so you can take the lid off all the way.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

The Rib-O-Lator, A Rib Rotisserie Insert For Grills

By:

Meathead

Adding the Rib-o-lator to the rotisserie on your grill allows you to cook multiple racks of ribs perfectly. There is a rod that connects to your rotisserie motor. Turn on your motor and round and round they go like a food Ferris wheel. That said, it can only handle narrow slabs that can be confined within the shelves.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 5/11/2021

Convert A Smoker To Propane With These Simple Kits

By:

Meathead

Just because you live in a building that doesn’t allow charcoal smokers and grills doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy cooking on the popular Weber Smokey Mountain smoker thanks to this simple kit from GasSmoker.com for converting it and other smokers to propane.

Published On: 5/17/2018 Last Modified: 4/29/2021

Published On: 12/23/2020 Last Modified: 8/31/2022

 

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Grilla Proves That Good Things Come In Small Packages

The small 31.5″ x 29.5″ footprint of the Grilla Pellet Smoker makes it ideal for use where BBQ space is limited, including on a condo patio. Click here for our review on this unique smoker.


The Efficiency Of A Kamado Plus The Flexibility Of The Slow ‘N Sear Insert

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Built around SnS Grill’s patented Slow ‘N Sear charcoal kettle accessory, this 22-inch kamado is a premium ceramic grill that brings true 2-zone cooking to a kamado. Click here for our article on this exciting cooker.


GrillGrates Take Gas Grills To The Infrared Zone


GrillGrates amplify heat, prevent flare-ups, make flipping foods easier, kill hotspots, flip over to make a fine griddle, and can be easily moved from one grill to another. Click here for more about what makes these grates so special.


The Cool Kettle With The Hinged Hood We Always Wanted


It’s hard to beat a Weber kettle, but Napoleon holds its own and adds some unique features to make their 22″ Pro Cart a great alternative! Click here for more about what makes this grill special.