Thursday, May 29, 2008

Baja BBQ Firepack

I've been a reluctant fan of the flammable charcoal bag for awhile. For those who don't know, its a small bag of match light charcoal. One simply lights the bag and the entire thing burns up, igniting the coals. Very convenient for grilling on the go, but with the downside of utilizing lighter fluid which can ruin the flavor.

The Baja BBQ Firepack utilizes the same concept of prepackaged charcoal, but also includes a built in chimney function, allowing you to ignite the coals through natural air induction. Designed by Mike and Maaike and produced by Lazzari. Link found on MoCo Loco.

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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Army Green Smokey Joe

I'm sorry this blog never updates. Its hard to grill in the city, in winter, with no porch. I've moved a lot of my culinary adventures into the kitchen, like the soft lazy old man I've become. But I just caught sight of this badass new color available in the Smokey Joe and had to post about it.

And of course there is a coordinating portable grill tool set:

Everyone knows the Smokey Joe is the mobile urban grilling tool of choice. Easily rides along in the car or a tote bag for portable charcoal action when and where you need it. And now it has an awesome shade of army green. Looks like its a special edition color only available at Crate & Barrel, similar to the equally awesome Weber Performer, my dream grill for the day I own a house with a porch, that they had last year in a nice grass green. Looks like that one has been updated to match in army green as well.

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