2. Cook -N Dine Flameless Cooking Grill Table
Whether you want to grill indoors or outdoors this Cook-n-Dine flameless cooking grill-table covers you. All you need is electrical outlet and you’re on your way to grilling up a meal in just a few minutes. The stainless steel grill suruface heats to about 430 degrees F but the outer table area stays completely cool. The shallow cooking pit means no pots or pans. This little piece of backyard beauty table-grill comes in 3 diameters: 35.5″, 43″ and 47″ and a starting price of $1,600.
2. Hemi V8 BBQ
If you’re looking for caveman, this is a man’s barbecue. Pictured is Tim Kowalec firing up Chrysler Group’s one-of-a-kind HEMI-powered grill. The HEMI engine used on this grill was typically only found in Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge vehicles. The power and torque of the 5.7-liter V-8 HEMI engine ensures the grill can cook 240 HEMI dogs in three minutes on its more than 330 square feet of steel.
3. World’s Largest Mobile Bbq Pit
The smoker is 57 ft. in length and 60″ in diameter. It has 90,000 sq. in. cooking surface and weighs 25,000 lbs. It’s claim to fame is the World’s largest mobile BBQ pit and it hails from Texas where they’re known to do it big and proud.
4. Ted Reader
He’s a celebrity Chef, Author, Product Development Chef, Food Entertainer, BBQ Expert, Caterer, Food Lover, Beer Drinker & all around happy guy.
Ted Reader is now one of Canada’s most famous chefs and food entertainers with a passion for the open flame that is legendary. Ted owns over 100 barbecues; he’s set the world record for the largest hamburger ever grilled (590 pounds); he’s been profiled in the best magazines, including GQ; and he’s the celebrity spokesperson or culinary consultant for some of the country’s largest food conglomerates and retailers like McCain, Jack Astor’s Safeway, Costco, TGI Friday’s and more.
You can read more about Ted’s big, shiny, 1973 vintage Ford fire truck, with all the loud bells and whistles,one-of-a-kind BBQ rig that includes customized BBQ grills and smokers from partner Ontario Gas BBQ — The World’s Largest BBQ Store, along with the latest leading–edge draft technology from Labatt Breweries of Canada — you’ll most likely see this state-of-the-art vehicle travelling to food events and special occasions in our article here.
5. Breakaway Truck
What do you need to take your BBQ party on the road? Well this baby may just be all that you need to get the party started.
Hailed as the X-Grill, with a push of a button you will reveal a 42 inch grill, a stainless steel prep counter and a four burner stove.
The X-Grill was born after a 1987 Ford tank truck was converted into a grill. This bad boy means business.
6. The Guardian of the Feast
The Guardian of the Feast is described as an unbelievably awesome dragon barbecue. It was made by Ed McBride, a sculptor and welder (and, presumably, Zeppelin fan) based in California.
With both a grill and a smoker built into it, it truly is usable art.
This beauty of a beast sold for $65,000 a few years ago. (Credit: McBride’s Metal Works)
7. The Most Expensive Grill Ever Made
Why settle for utilitarian when you could be grilling on gold?
This last minute Christmas gift item was designed and built by the Australian grill company BeefEater. They decided to cover one of their Series 6 Burner LS4000s in 24-carat gold. That’s right, GOLD. From the warming rack down to the nuts and bolts holding the whole thing together it is the stuff well, gold, is made of. And it is the most expensive grill in the world with an estimated price tag of 100,000 British pounds (roughly $155,000 U.S.dollars).
But don’t break out your wallet just yet, that price will fluctuate depending on the sale price of gold on any given day.
8. Colt 45 Gun
BBQ Ready, aim…fire up the grill! The writer of this discovery wants to know “What kind of meat are you packin’?” The BBQ was conceived by Randy McKnight who fabricated the Colt .45 grill’s barrel and cylinder out of gun blue, heavy-duty steel, and the hand grip out of mahogany.
This grill features bat wing doors which open to reveal this Goliath revolver’s fuel tank. A push button spring door at its cylinder release opens to reveal the drippings pot.