firepit grill is the heart of a
casual outdoor kitchen
Everything else is
Cooking outside isn't a luxury reserved
only for those who can afford a full on outdoor space.
And a fire pit grill (often misspelled
as firepit grill) is the one piece of equipment that no outdoor
kitchen should be without.
"Grill", after all, is the operative word here.
It's the singular piece of equipment that every
outdoor kitchen has in common.
And thanks to the growing interest in
outdoor cooking, you can find a quality fire pit grill to fit your
Be it at around $100, which will get
you the most basic, to thousands of dollars for top-of-the-line
models with all the bells and whistles, such as a granite fire pit
grill table with removable stone center that burns glass
Most of these
grills are charcoal or wood burning fire pits made from cast
iron, copper, powder coated stainless steel, brick and stone.
There are also a wide range of styles in portable
fire pit grills such as the rustic campfire ring
shown in the inset above. This one is an extremely
low cost option for anyone who loves a large campfire.
Though portable fire pits are typically
lighter in weight, some are equipped with wheels for easy
The styles for portable campfire grills don't stop there
These are great,
because you can take the unit with you to a tailgate
party, light it while camping, or use it anywhere else you want a campfire
or a firepit grill and support your team at the same
In fact, you
can indulge your affinity with almost any motif,
including wildlife and nature, Chinese symbols, or the Landmann Big Sky fire pit, shown below. It's the star
and moon fire pit grill that's so popular.
It will make a great addition to your support
and love of nature and grilling outdoors.
Landmann fire pit provides a lot
of heat and light. And gazing at the fire through the moon and
star cut-outs is soothing and relaxing.
are all the fire pit accessories you
should at least be aware of, like a fire pit mat or grill
pad to prevent tipping and to protect deck and patio
floors. A fire pit grill rotisserie, roasting sticks, fire pit
screen, log grabbers, pie irons, and grill gloves, as well
as entertaining campfire novelties like color changing flames
and firepit glass.
With so many choices, it's important to think
about how you want to cook outdoors and which of these novelty
options is appropriate for your situation before buying a
fire pit grill.
a review of the Landmann fire pit reads, "This thing is awesome.
We had a huge cookout
for Memorial Day and it fit all this on there at the same time:
three racks of ribs, half a dozen burgers, a dozen bratwurst
sausages, a steamer of pot for corn on the cob, a pot of beans on
the swing arm, buns on the swing gate, and two chickens on the
rotisserie! 25 people fed without having to cook in shifts.
Lifting the grate off at the end of the night and having a
fire pit for everyone to gather around was the perfect ending to the
end, keep in mind that it's really all about relaxing and having a
good time with those you care about. Hopefully the perfect
firepit grill will help you do just that.