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Industrial Barbecue Cooker
Industrial capacity grilling and smoking for more than just backyard barbecue use.
||Weber 2820 Smokey Mountain Cooker/Smoker
There's nothing better than slow-cooked barbecue. And, there's no better way to get authentic smokehouse flavor at home than with the Smokey Mountain Cooker/Smoker. Perfect for large gatherings, it's easy to cook a whole turkey and an entire ham at the same time in this roomy charcoal smoker. So there's no need to plunge straight into ham prep when you still haven't recovered from baking the turkey. Made of premium-grade steel, the smoker has two, triple-nickel-plated cooking grates measuring 18-1/2 inches in diameter-plenty of room for larger birds. Individual vents on the bowl and lid offer optimal air-flow control for tender meats and longer-burning charcoal. Rust-resistant aluminum vents and an aluminum fuel door ensure years of clean use. The bowl and lid are coated with porcelain enamel for optimal corrosion resistance. And, a porcelain-enameled water pan adds steam to the cooking process, so meats stay moist and juicy. Maintenance-free, glass-reinforced, nylon handles withstand the elements for the life of this innovative charcoal grill. The Smoky Mountain measures 41 by 19 by 19 inches, and rests easily on a park bench or patio. The purchase includes a Weber cookbook, a heavy-duty vinyl cover, and is covered by a 10-year limited warranty. --Brian Olson
||Brinkmann 810-5000-0 All-In-One Gas Outdoor Cooker
Designed for the highly versatile outdoor chef, the Brinkmann All-in-One cooker delivers five distinct uses in one minimally bulky unit. By removing or rearranging the All-in-One's separate components, you can fry, grill, or smoke with gas, or grill or smoke with charcoal. Constructed with an all-welded frame, the unit features a raised rim for extra stability and sturdy U-shaped legs. Switching between cooking methods is simple and straightforward. For gas frying, the cooker uses the standalone base with a flat pan, a stable enough construction to hold the large pots used to cook turkeys and lobster. For gas grilling, it features a vented, aluminized base pan that holds the included lava rocks securely above the LP gas burner. Replace the lava rocks with charcoal, and voila, you now have a charcoal grill. In its charcoal grill configuration, the All-in-One can be removed from its standing legs for camping, tailgate parties, or picnics. As a smoker, powered by charcoal or by gas, the cooker uses two racks to hold up to 50 pounds of food and a water/marinade pan to generate steam.
An integral part of the All-in-One's versatility, the dome lid fits every configuration and includes a simple heat indicator to cut down on guesswork. Its rounded shape also forces the circulation of heat, smoke, and steam, so food cooks evenly without the necessity of basting or turning. Both the chrome-plated steel grills and the porcelain enamel water pan on this model clean up easily, and the wooden handles stay cool. Brinkmann aluminizes the base pan to prevent rusting and equips the hose with an adjustable regulator for precise flame control. The unit also includes a rust-resistant drip pan to catch ash, embers, and grease. Assembly is required. --Emily Bedard