The Napoleon Prestige Pro 665 is a "blow-the-budget, top-of-the-range beast", and one of the hottest gas-fired barbecues you can buy, says James Billington in The Independent. It looks great and has everything you could possibly want in a barbie, but the price you might find hard to swallow.
The Smokey Joe Premium is a stick-in-the-back-of-the-car-size charcoal barbie that is easy to set up and a "Team Telegraph favourite", says The Daily Telegraph. It's made by Weber, "the king of barbecues", and is tough and durable.
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The Lotus Grill is an award-winning barbie that uses a built-in fan to get it up to cooking temperature in three and a half minutes flat, says Derek Adams in T3 magazine. It'll go on grilling for up to an hour on only a small handful of charcoal. Ideal for campsites and picnics.
The Big Green Egg is a favourite charcoal barbie with professional chefs, says Tom Parsons in Stuff. The MiniMax is one of the smallest in its range, but can still manage four burgers or a chicken. The superb build quality and series of vents make the temperature minutely controllable, so it is as happy flash searing steaks as it is slow cooking briskets.
Building your own pizza oven is fun, but it's hard work. The Uuni2 you can have up and running in half an hour, says Will Dunn in Stuff. It burns wood chips, gets ferociously hot and takes some practice to use, but it turns out cracking pizzas.
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