Sometimes size does matter. Sometimes! Whilst it would be ideal to have lots of space to fill with BBQ’s and the likes, for most space is precious and so we need to be careful with the equipment we choose.
The age-old BBQ argument. Convenience of gas, flavour of charcoal. But which do you prefer?
The Camp Chef Woodwind Wifi 24 is a new Pellet Grill to the UK BBQ Market, I've been really enjoying cooking on this grill, and it has a lot of features that make it stand out from the competition.
This week I have a look at the Hamrforge Old Ironsides reverse flow smoker that is pretty compact and will sit on a tabletop.
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.
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?
Here I put the Broil King Regal 400 Pellet Grill through it's paces