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Weber 7416 Rapidfire Chimney Starter

Great tool...worth every penny

Cornman

Pros: Easy to use, no chemicals

Got one of these when I bought my smoker and it is a great way to get charcoal going. Only takes about 10-15 minutes and you're good to go. Weber knows what they're doing. The extra handle is nice when pouring lit coals as far as keeping control. I highly recommend this product.
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Weber 7416 Rapidfire Chimney Starter

Weber 7416 Rapidfire Chimney Starter

“Got one of these when I bought my smoker and it is a great way to get charcoal going. Only takes about 10-15 minutes and you're good to go. Weber knows what they're doing. The extra handle is nice when pouring lit coals as far as keeping control. I highly recommend this product.” --Cornman

100% Positive Reviews
Sizzle-Q SQ180 Universal Griddle for BBQ Grills, Stainless

Sizzle-Q SQ180 Universal Griddle for BBQ Grills, Stainless

Sizzle-Q is the perfect entry level barbecue griddle for any gas grill. Sizzle-Q allows you to cook complete meals at one time and is the perfect outdoor cookware for everything from pancakes and eggs at sunrise to a Mongolian barbecue in the evening. It makes a perfect BBQ gift. Take it camping, tailgating, to the park or just grilling outdoors. The Sizzle-Q is made from one hundred percent...

Bear PAWS Meat Handles

Bear PAWS Meat Handles

“ Got these to help "pull" pork, they work good to hold the hot meat but not to shredd it.You still have to use your hand to get it right but there fun to use so for the price a good buy!” --les3176

100% Positive Reviews
Red Dragon VT 2-23 C Weed Dragon 100,000-BTU Propane Vapor Torch Kit

Red Dragon VT 2-23 C Weed Dragon 100,000-BTU Propane Vapor Torch Kit

“ great for starting charcoal.lite it and place over charcoal and in 2-3 mins. your ready to go” --les3176

100% Positive Reviews
meatrake meat shredding tool

meatrake meat shredding tool

“ No, I don't sell meat rakes.  I just really appreciate how easy this tool made pulling pork.  For some reason, I always wind up pulling my pork at about 2:00 am.  (get your mind out of the gutter, I'm talking about pork "shoulder").  The meat rake makes this hot and steamy chore go a lot quicker, so I can finally get to bed. ” --Steve K

100% Positive Reviews