Meet your new flame.

Get fired up for backyard BBQs
and year-round outdoor cooking with the
best grill for your cooking style.

Shop Charcoal

For authentic
BBQ taste…

In addition to rich smoky flavor, charcoal grills are great for big cuts of meat like ribs or brisket because they reach higher temperatures ideal for searing.

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Shop Gas

For everyday cookin’…

Easy to use and heats quickly with propane.
Get total temperature control with the turn of a knob. Perfect for fast burgers or hotdogs. Bonus: it’s easy to clean!

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Shop Smokers

Set it and forget it.

The Crock-Pot of outdoor cooking! Smokers are ideal for someone who wants authentic, natural, rich smoky flavors but doesn’t want to keep manning the grill.

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Shop Pellet

Best of all worlds.

Get even cooking every time, this grill stays at a consistent temperature and can grill, bake or sear all of your faves. You won’t get grill marks or a dark sear, but you’ll still get rich, smoky flavor.

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Shop Kamado

Bring on the
heat (retention).

The difference between kamado and regular charcoal grills is that there’s easier heat retention and temperature control thanks to the ceramic material and airflow vent. Since it retains heat better, you won’t need to add charcoal as frequently.

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Cooking outdoors is in.

Create the ultimate kitchen outside with an
island equipped with a powerful gas grill,
burners for searing and ample prep space.

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Let's get cookin'!

Serve up some deliciousness with these recipes that'll leave every meat eater wanting more.

Texas Steaks
Texas Steaks
Prep Time: 10 minutes

A savory/sweet rub and delicious homemade
sauce will make this an instant favorite.

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Ranch Grilled Chicken
Ranch Grilled Chicken
Prep Time: 10 minutes

You can’t go wrong with juicy grilled chicken
breast and tender, seasoned potatoes.

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Cinnamon-Glazed Fruit Kabobs
Cinnamon-Glazed Fruit Kabobs
Prep Time: 10 minutes

Try these tasty fruit kabobs for a sweet
summertime snack to enjoy by the grill.

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Grilling essentials.

The right tools for the job.

Shop Tools Shop Propane & Charcoal

Master the grill: 3 tips to make grilling easier.

Texas Steaks
1No brush? Slice an onion to clean the hot grill or use a ball of foil.
Ranch Grilled Chicken
2To get a good sear keep the lid open. Close once seared to cook the inside.
Cinnamon-Glazed Fruit Kabobs
3Bring steak to room temperature to cook faster and more evenly.

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