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Any at home grillmaster is jealous of Bobby Flay's backyard in his "BBQ Addiction" show (airs Sundays at 11am Eastern/10 Central).
With more grills and toys than more cook's have utensils (OK, that's an exaggeration), Bobby has one of the greatest grilling set-ups we've ever seen. So we wanted to know how we could create our own (and more importantly, how much it would cost.)
Here's a breakdown of all the fun stuff Bobby has in his backyard. And if you just came into a nice chunk of money, you can recreate your own version of "BBQ Addiction."
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Grill Type: Argentinian Parilla
The cream of the crop, this grill has a wheeled crank that lets you lower and raide the grilling surface to give your food direct or indirect heat. It is also equipped with V-shaped grate rods to not only catch and collect the juices as they come off the meat, but to also reduce flare-ups that can singe your food, leaving certains areas dry and bitter.
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Grill: Big Green Egg
The Big Green Egg is a great smoker. It's ceramic casing provides quick heat-up and accurate temperature readings up to 750 degrees. Plus, durable design ensures it will never crack or degrade over time (and it has a lifetime guarantee, just in case something does go wrong.)
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Cajun Cookware Cast-Iron Hibachi
The nice thing about cooking on a cast-iron hibachi is that it's durable and affordable. The hibachi is a great, quick grill to toss skewers or anything else on while your other grills are busy smoking and charring.
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Weber 22.5-inch Smokey Mountain Smoker
This 22.5-inch smoker gives any outdoor cook a chance to smoke big pieces of meat that can feed an entire party. Toss an entire turkey AND a whole ham on steel grates, throw a few wood chips on the coals and you'll have smokehouse-quality BBQ in hours.
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