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Mario Mushroom Barbecue Grill

Posted in Grilling by Conner Flynn on June 11th, 2010

When barbecuing with Peach, Bowser and the rest of the gang, a plain old grill just won’t do. But this Mushroom grill is perfect for cooking up some Yoshi burgers. It was created by Greg Mata, who dubs it the Grilltendo.

Greg had to use special paints to make sure it would stand up to the heat. Hopefully whatever he cooks with it makes you larger or lets you shoot fireballs. It’s much better than your old rusty grill.

RUB Chopper with smoker on the side

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on June 2nd, 2010

For those who want to grill on the go, the RUB Chopper is a one of a kind chopper with a working smoker on the side. This beauty is from who else? The folks over at Orange County Choppers.

It’s for chillin’ and grillin’. Ride a little, stop to turn the meat. Ride a little more and find some place to sit and eat. Now that’s a grill I can get behind. Or in this case, on. You just wanna be careful not to burn yourself accidentally while on the open road.

Adjustable Grill Light for that midnight barbecue

Posted in Outdoors by Conner Flynn on April 11th, 2010

Sure, in an ideal world, you wouldn’t need a light for your grill, since most of us prefer to grill during the day. But some of us have to work and can’t even get to the grill until the sun goes down.

That’s where this Adjustable Clamp Grill light comes in handy, shedding a spotlight on your burgers and hot dogs. It’s made of heat and weather resistant high-density plastic, with 15 bright, energy saving LED lights that swivel 180 degrees.

The best grill is in back of a fire truck

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on August 13th, 2008

The best grill is in back of a fire truck
We wouldn’t be doing our job if we didn’t cover our share of grills. It’s summer and there’s nothing quite like a beautiful day in the skies above and the smell of burning meat wafting up from below. And there’s no better place to do your grilling then from the back of a vintage replica fire truck. If you’re starting a fire, you might as well grill in a truck that can put it out right?

It only costs $3,300. Why the hell not. If you modified this thing to actually run, which I don’t believe it does at that price, you could have a kind of traveling BBQ show and go from town to town, grilling your way into the hearts and minds of your fellow barbecue enthusiasts.