If you happen to follow my other blog, I Could Eat, you'll know that I'm a bit of a barbeque enthusiast. Now that summer has decided to make its presence known in Vancouver I'd like to share some of the more interesting grill/bbq's I've seen over the year.
Diagfocus that really caught my eye. It's made of a black steel and features wheels so it's moveable. It can be used as a fireplace (wood burning or ethanol) or as a charcoal burning grill. The sloping design of the back protects your guests from a direct blast of smoke and protects the fire from the wind.
Outclass charcoal grill from Eva Solo. This unit is designed to blend in to your backyard decor ... it looks more like a flower pot than a grill! Made of stainless steel it's also designed to last.
MENU’ grill/fireplace for Italian company Metalco Home. In fact, Metalco has an amazing collection of outdoor kitchen pieces that are all stylish in a way only the Italians can achieve. The Menu reminds me of the old fireplaces we'd see in ski chalet's in the 1970's. In fact it doubles as a grill and a fireplace so all you'd need is a bear skin rug!