Ceramic Charcoal Cookers
Primo Oval XL 400
Read our review of the only oval cooker in town, and the only cooker primarily made in the United States!
Vision Grills Classic B Ceramic Charcoal Cooker
This is a lower-priced cooker available in membership stores like Sam's and Costco. Here's our review!
Kamado Joe BigJoe Ceramic Charcoal Cooker
This is the big version of the Kamado Joe ceramic cooker. Here's our review!
2011 Komodo Kamado 23-inch OTB Gen 2.4 Ultimate Refractory BBQ Cooker
Here is our review of Komodo Kamado's latest and greatest cooker yet!
Kamado Joe Classic Ceramic Charcoal Cooker
Here's our review of one of the newer entries into this market!
2006 Komodo Kamado 23" Supreme OTB Refractory BBQ Cooker
We report on our experience with the 2006 edition of the Komodo Kamado Refractory BBQ Cooker.
BBQ Temperature Controllers
The new Flame Boss 200 Wifi and Flame Boss 100 temperature controllers!
We review both the 100 and 200 Wifi models from Flame Boss.
The New PartyQ Controller from BBQ Guru
The BBQ Guru has updated the PartyQ temperature controller. So how did it do?
The pitmasterIQ.com IQ120 Controller
PitmasterIQ brings out a new unit with a temperature probe and a host of new features!
The BBQ Guru CyberQ Wifi
Our in depth review of the new BBQ Guru wireless model!
The Stoker Wifi
Our in depth review of the new Stoker wireless model!
The PartyQ from The BBQ Guru
This is the first all-in-one battery-powered controller!
The pitmasterIQ.com iQue 110 Controller
This unit is low cost and simple to operate!
The Auber Intruments Controller
Auber Instruments has entered the market with a low cost basic model.
The NanoQ PitMinder from The BBQ Guru
The BBQ Guru has replaced their original analog PitMinder with the new digital NanoQ PitMinder. Here's our review of this new model!!
The CyberQ II from The BBQ Guru
Here's our in-depth review of the latest offering from The BBQ Guru which features computer connection and dual-cooker control!
The DigiQ II from The BBQ Guru
Here's our in-depth review of the latest offering from The BBQ Guru!
Feature Comparison Between The BBQ Guru Competitor and The Stoker
Here's a table showing features side-by-side for each of these two popular devices!
The Stoker Temperature Controller
There's a new temperature controller for barbecue cookers in town and it's called The Stoker for Rock's Bar-B-Que.
The BBQ Guru ProCom4 Wireless Temperature Controller
Here's our first look at this new product from The BBQ Guru, the wireless version of The BBQ Guru.
The BBQ Guru Competitor Temperature Controller
It's been around for several years now, but finally here is a review for your information!
Kingsford Competition Briquettes
Kingsford brings out a "natural" briquette. How did it do?
BBQ Brick Quick and Easy Charcoal
Easy to light, quick to get ready, long burning fuel for grilling.
The Original Charcoal Company Rancher Briquettes
Another brand of natural briquette makes its national debut in Home Depot stores across the nation.
Wicked Good Charcoal 100% Natural Briquettes
The good folks at Wicked Good Charcoal have taken their Weekend Warrior blend of woods and produced a remarkable briquette!
Old Kingsford vs. New Kingsford
Kingsford claims their new briquettes are faster starting and longer burning, while only burning slightly hotter? How do the new briquettes really stack up against the old? Read our comparison!
Old Kingsford vs. New Kingsford, Part 2
One more test that confirm what we already reported.
Original Charcoal Company Instant Light Lump Charcoal
This is a single use, barbecue in a bag, instant light, petroleum-free lump charcoal from the Original Charcoal Company. See how it stacks up against Kingsford Match Light.
KingsGrill Premium Brick Charcoal
A new and unbelievably easy-to-light extruded coconut charcoal that's great for grilling.
Mr. BBQuick Disposable Mesquite Grill
A new disposable grill which uses mesquite LUMP charcoal for its fuel.
Fire Starting Products
FireJel Charcoal and Fireplace Lighter
This is an alcohol-based starter gel that comes in a tub which burns with the gel! See how it compares with lighter fluid, cubes, and a chimney.
This new starter product from Denmark is making its way to America. See how it compares to Weber starter cubes.
Olde Barbeque Smokecones
Do you just want to cold smoke occasionally? Don't want to mess with soldering irons or paint cans or whatever? Take a look at this new product!
Hickory Smoking Chunks
We took eight different brands of hickory smoking chunks and tested them side-by-side. Are the expensive brands worth the price? Can you find good hickory chunks at the store? Read our report to find out!
Other Miscellaneous Products
The Kick Ash Basket
Here is a charcoal basket made for many brands of kamado-style cookers. Before you light your fire, pick up the basket and give it a shake!
Cast Iron Plate Setters
These cast iron plate setters come from Innovations by Chance. The offer the prospects of no more broken plate setters while including a cast iron grilling surface also!
Ceramic Grillworks Swing Rack System
This is a two-level steel grate system that allows you to swing the top rack out of the way to get to the bottom rack. Here's our report!
The Bright Grill Light from Innovations by Chance
Here's a handly light that you can clip to the handle of your ceramic cooker, as well as detach and use in other locations!
Smokeware Vented Chimney Cap
If you need a replacement for the normal top caps for a number of cookers, check out the Smokeware Vented Chimney Cap!
Michael's Custom Grill Works 15" Stainless Steel Cooking Grid
If you want a beefed up cooking grid or fire grate for your cooker, check out these heavy duty stainless steel grids from Michael's Custom Grill Works!
High-Que Replacement Grate for Large BGE Cookers
If your old stock grate doesn't give you the airflow you want, take a look at this stainless steel replacement grate!
CozyCrafted Salt and Pepper Mills
Take a look at this stunning pepper mill from CozyCrafted! Not only is the workmanship beautiful, but the grinding mechanism is top notch!
GrateMates Solutions For Ceramic Chefs
These have been around a while, but we finally got around to doing this review. This is a brilliant solution for creating multiple cooking setups for the small Big Green Egg!