Let’s face it, not everyone wants to be connected to a cloud in order to monitor their temperatures. Not everyone has the need to chart and track their cooking temperatures. If this is you, the ThermoWorks Smoke X4 gives you a perfect option that simply works.
The MeatStick is for anyone looking to cut the cable on their remote read thermometers.
The Space Grill is a perfect example of a high quality fold down grill — recently made available in the US for those with limited outdoor space.
We’ve reviewed nine of the most popular indoor grills on the market and offer our definitive recommendations for the best countertop grilling experience.
The Thermoworks Signals is a splash proof four-channel digital meat thermometer that allows you to monitor up to four different temperatures probes simultaneously.
The Ninja Foodi Grill, unlike other grills we’ve tested here, this grill can also bake and act as an air fryer—it is truly a multi cooker.
We review the BBQ Guru CyberQ Cloud, a Wi-Fi thermometer/ pit temperature controller for use with wood and charcoal-fired grills or smokers.
Naysayers may argue that over-fire broilers like the ones tested here are unnecessary, one trick ponies, but we disagree.
In the world of outdoor cooking, knowing the temperature of what you’re cooking as well as the temperature of your grill or smoker are important factors in delivering a perfectly cooked meal.