What’s cook­ing with our favourite bar­bies

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - Home - - FRONT PAGE - Words Mercedes Maguire

Tongs at the ready — it’s bar­be­cue sea­son! So it’s time to take your out­door cook­ing uten­sils out of hi­ber­na­tion. If you’re in the mar­ket for a new out­door cooker, you may be sur­prised by the range of prod­ucts, both in terms of size, style and price. From a por­ta­ble bar­bie at less than $200 through to a vir­tual out­door kitchen for sev­eral thou­sand, the choices are end­less.

The bu built-in six-burner comes with a slim­line lid for roast­ing and a quartz-start ig­nit ig­ni­tion means you’ll get fuss-free s starts ev­ery time. $2749 (with lid) $2999 (with hood), beefeaterbbq.com The bar­rel-bod­ied bar­bie is a grill, smoker and oven in one. In­su­lat­ing ce­ramic ma­te­rial has ul­ti­mate heat re­ten­tion for out­door cook­ing. $950, char­griller­aus­tralia.com.au It means “nest” in Span­ish and this lit­tle ta­ble-top griller is aptly named for its com­pact size. It may be small, but the square shape al­lows for a greater sur­face area to grill. $99.95, op­to­coon­line.com CHAR-GRILLER CE­RAMIC KAMADO NIDO BBQ BEEFEATER SIG­NA­TURE PROLINE

T This sin­gle burner bar­be­cue looks like it could tak take of off at any mo­ment. The coompa com­pact de­sign is ideal to tak take any­where, or en­joy it righ right in your back­yard. It also h has a rust-re­sistent lid and bowl. $299, bun­nings.com.au GASMATE ODYSSEY POR­TA­BLE

BAR­BE­CUE TOOL­BOX It looks like it be­longs on a con­struc­tion site, but it’ll be put to bet­ter use in the back­yard. The clas­sic metal tool­box opens up to re­veal a warm­ing rack, grill and tray for ac­ces­sories. $195, un­til.com.au

The first thing yo you no­tice about this bar­be­cue is the colour. But you’ll re­mem­ber it for the de­li­cious food. With a tem­perat tem­per­a­ture gauge and in­te­grated ig­ni­tio ig­ni­tion for easy start­ing, the four burner r roasts and grills with ease. $699, harv har­veynor­man.com.au MASPORT MAE­STRO

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