For those with a good memory, you may remember back to a time where DJBBQ only had one book out and had a rub back then called ‘Mix of Rad’. Fast forward to 2020 and he has 3 books now and brand new line up of 6 rubs. These rubs have been in existence for a little while but us UK fans have had to wait to get our hands on them, so are they worth the wait?[Read more…]
This is my PK TX Grill Review, I’ve been cooking on it for a while now and I wanted to share my thoughts on this cracking little grill from Portable Kitchen. These PK Grills are imported into the UK by Pro Smoke BBQ and are now readily available.[Read more…]
The Traeger Ranger is one of the smallest pellet grills out there, it packs down into a large briefcase sized shell with a handle which makes it pretty transportable. I found it a lot of fun to cook on, with some great results.[Read more…]
The PK360 Grill is a solid cast Aluminium grill hailing from the USA. It’s a grill that’s been hard to get here in the UK until relatively recently with Pro Smoke BBQ importing the grills into the UK.
The PK stands for Portable Kitchen and the PK 360 Grill certainly is this. It’s very sturdy and rugged a real retro grill, but without the weight of a ceramic grill. The main body of this charcoal grill is 2 cast Aluminium clam shells, even the hinges are cast into the body. This gives real feeling of longevity, that it won’t rust away, and that you’ll be handing this grill down to your grandkids.
Heat control is really effective with rotating air inlets in the base, and swivel vents in the top of the grill. This allows you to control heat and give zones and good heat flow within the grill. A small amount of charcoal very effectively cooks a whole load of food.
I’ve been really impressed with the PK360 and have some great cooking vids on their way, but I wanted to give you an idea of the features of this grill.
Make sure to check out my full video of this grill below.
I was given this grill to review, but am free to express my thoughts on it.
If you are cooking big cuts of BBQ frequently it’s likely you will end up with leftovers, and I used to stuff these into freezer bags and stick them in the freezer ready to reheat.
I was kindly sent the SmokeFire EX4 for review by Weber as part of a new campaign to raise awareness of the product. The following overview is formed, based on having cooked on the grill for 1 week, covering a range of cook types and styles and utilising all the grill’s features. Whilst I was gifted the SmokeFire grill and accessories and as such is a paid promotion, this review will be unbiased and fully my own opinion.[Read more…]
Big name for a small unit. Icon. But they say good things come in small packages, so does that apply to this model from the Monolith range? Little ceramic grills like this have become quite popular in the last few years with some of the budget supermarkets even getting in on the action.[Read more…]
Ever craved real Texas style BBQ but just not had time to cook it yourself?
Is smoked brisket your nemesis and the one cook you shy away from?
Do you have lots of friends who like to eat your BBQ but don’t cook themselves?[Read more…]
A pellet grill is a great way of cooking for many, it’s simple and easy to control the temperatures, here I take a first look at the Broil King Pellet Grill – Regal 400 model.[Read more…]