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Grills, Grills, Grills

These aren’t your daddy’s cookers, but when it comes to stylish barbecuing, they are smokin’

Produced by Kelly McKaig

barrel grills magma grill
Minimalist stainless steel Barrel grill by Danish designer Eva Solo can be used as a smoker, as well as for charcoal grilling. A flat lid turns it into a serving table; domed cover also available ($560, at Orange Skin, 223 W. Erie St.). Put your steak on a pedestal: Magma’s compact, mirror-polished stainless steel Del Mar grill was designed for balconies and other tight spaces ($400, at www.supergrills.com).
Kuppersbusch's electric Profi-Grill Wagen Coleman's gas-fired Road Trip LXE grill
The glass-and-ceramic top of Kuppersbusch’s electric Profi-Grill Wagen can be removed for tabletop cooking. A lower shelf holds tools, seasonings, margaritas ($1,905, at Iconic Distribution, 412 S. Wells St.). Take it camping-or not. Coleman’s gas-fired Road Trip LXE grill folds to compact size; a handle makes it easy to wheel into position ($160, at Menards, 2601 N. Clybourn Ave.).
sputnik grill eva solo porcelain grill
Lightweight, beach-ready, and cute as a button, the Sputnik, a three-legged portable kettle grill, comes in red, black, yellow, or green ($25, at Cost Plus World Market, 1623 N. Sheffield Ave.). Back to basics: Eva Solo’s portable porcelain grill couldn’t be simpler-or more perfect, if you’re looking to grab and go. It sits on a wood trivet, included ($260, at Orange Skin).
Photography: top right, middle left, bottom left
Tyllie Barbosa



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