The Top 5 BBQ’s of 2020
What better way to make the most of the fine weather than to serve up a treat from some of the best barbeques around. Outdoor living and outdoor dining go hand in hand. But are you wondering which bbq should I buy?
Whether you opt to cook burgers, sausages, steaks or chicken; grill kebabs, fish or halloumi; smoke a joint of meat; or toast flatbreads and veggies, here’s the best BBQs of 2020.
Smart technology with the traditional taste of a charcoal grill and smoker
The outdoor cooking revolution is here. With digital controls, Wifi and Bluetooth connectivity and all the taste of grilling over charcoal, the Masterbuilt Series 560 Gravity Fed Digital Charcoal Grill & Smoker is cutting edge and looks fantastic too.
A real talking point for any garden, the Series 560 will mean your outdoor cookery will match restaurant standards. The barbeque's temperature can be set either on the digital control panel or remotely from the ease of your smart device. The desired temperature is cleverly controlled by Masterbuild's DigitalFan™ technology.
It can cater to the longest of parties. A gravity-fed hopper, which can supply 12 hours of charcoal, means you could barbeque for breakfast, lunch, tea and supper. The grill can reach 225 F within just seven minutes so there’s no need for your guests to salivate for too long.
Grilling on the go - African style
The Morso Jiko Cast Iron BBQ is technically a cast-iron stove which burns wood to give a smoky, authentic outdoor taste to a huge range of food.
Inspired by African design, the fire bowl heats up incredibly quickly and any size pan can fit on top. The Morso Jiko is portable, meaning you can take it with you for foodie trips in the car to the great outdoors.
For the outdoor cooking enthusiast who goes big
The Kamado Joe range comes in a variety of sizes but the Big Joe is the big bro of them all.
Kamado Joe ceramic cookers have long been the ‘go-to’ for those who want to cook multiple dishes and sides all at the same time. With a huge 24-inch diameter cooking surface, the Big Joe is ideal for those catering for parties or moderately sized social gatherings. It even has an airlift hinge for ease of access.
Kamado cooking originated in the Far East and dates back thousands of years. American soldiers used Kamado cookers during the Vietnam War and their popularity spread through the Western world quickly soon after. The ceramic pot seals in the flavour while cooking over an open flame.
An elegant design classic oft hailed as the best of the best
The Morso Grill has been around since the 1970s and is hailed as the grill which introduced Denmark to the delights of outdoor cooking.
It either comes in a compact stand-alone version or as a table top model.
In its near-half century in production, the Morso Grill ’71 has often been voted as the best BBQ in the world. The cast iron grills can be swivelled away from the fire pit to enable barbequing at different levels and temperatures.
Mama Mia - fast and convenient barbequing
Mama knows best and the Morso Forno Piccolo brings all the flair of Italian cuisine with the design style of the Danish barbeque stalwarts in the convenience of a gas grill.
Internally, the Forno Piccolo is inspired by an Italian stove and it has a high dome hood which allows for easy outdoor cooking. Some reckon it looks like an alien invader. We just think it looks super cool.
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