Charcoal is the Pavlovian scent of summer. These little briquette burners let you get your fix and your dinner wherever you may be. Including that tiny little balcony.
Direct Designs' Notebook folds and carries easier than your laptop, and pops up a 192-square inch cooking surface.
Evoking Jiffy Pop memories, superdesigners Sagaform create a simple griller that's 10.5 x 10.5. Pack, tote, party.
The original gets a twist of green with Crate & Barrel's exclusive Weber Smokey Joe
Reminiscent of a mid-century cake stand, this baby cooks ˆ or bakes, roasts or smokes. Just 8-10 briquettes gives 3 hours of heat. Wildly well-reviewed, it even fits a whole chicken. The manufacturer breaks down the endless possibilities but Campmor sells it cheaper.
The fanciest of the lot, this lovely thing comes with wooden trivet so you can cook right on the table, and serve in its porcelain bowl. By Eva Solo, we found it for a relative steal online at A+R store.
Weber Smokey Joe
Cobb Premier Grill
Eva Solo Table Grill