Saturday, May 24, 2008

Gentlemen, Start Your Grills

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire and barbecue, and men love grilling for the sheer danger of it. With one part lighting fluid, a flame and some breeze, what could possibly go wrong? If there isn’t the chance of a 911 call, many men couldn’t be troubled with the task. And there’s a world of difference between a ho-hum grill and a real man’s barbecue to make you the Dadio of the patio. Well, we’re here to help with some picks to get you there, along with some sizzling barbecue recipes to put you well on your way in the manly art of grilling.

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HEMI-Powered Grill

From the top 5 finalists of a contest entitled “What Can You HEMI?” — a marketing campaign to celebrate the success of the newly introduced 5.7L Hemi engine showing how contestants would adapt the engine into non-automotive uses — comes the Chrysler Group’s HEMI-powered grill. This lean, mean, real man’s grilling machine can cook 240 Hemi-dogs in 3 minutes and is covered by more than 330 square feet of steel. It was created by MCX (now KA QEK), a multi-disciplined service company to the big three, featured in Gizmag.


The CAR-B-Q is a fully functional Gas BBQ as a Classic British Car made to order, set into the front end of a Mini. Even the lights work. The manufacture is from genuine, new mini parts, with the standard model being in traditional red, with the grill housed beneath the hood. The standard model features a barbecue grill set in a stainless steel surround, complete with all operational parts and switches. It’s also available in a range of colors and finishes including metallic.

The model is enhanced with working lights, working indicators, tires and number plate for £1,250 from the CAR-B-Q website.

For the Bada$$, Hard Core Cat Brand Power fans

Marine Barbecues

For the boating enthusiast, Dickinson unveiled their premier line of Marine Barbeques: The Spitfires. Their marine barbeques feature a 20 gauge mirror polish stainless steel finish, stainless steel rod grills, include their deck feet, and have a reputation for not blowing out in the wind. Available at Boat Owner’s World for under $500.

Accompanying yacht accessories not included. But for merely an additional $1,100,000 you can also get the Uniesse 58 with a cool multipurpose seating area for grilling along the port side. The master stateroom offers a view through elliptical side ports, fore- and aft-facing seats and a small table that could serve as an en suite office space. See its full features at Power and Motoryaht.


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