…Grills are more than just meat cookers, they’re art?

Barbeque Grill

Kamado makes a Ceramic Barbecue Grill that looks more like art for your backyard than a cooking apparatus. Handmade with a custom design unique to each piece, the barbecue can be configured to run wood, gas, charcoal, or an electric grill in five different sizes and a myriad of colors. The barbecue can also be used as a smoker or an oven. Though no one can verify the claim (‘cause it’s probably not true), the company says “food smoked, broiled, or baked in our original ceramic Kamado has always tasted different and better”. The design can even withstand winds of up to 70 mph (though I question your sanity if you grill in weather conditions like that). A Kamado of your very own will cost you around $2000, and you may have to explain to the neighbors that this is not a human cooking urn, but that’s a small price to pay for grilling perfection.

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[Via: BornRich]