Look, our first (and second, and third . . .) choice of grill will always a big hulking beast that can cook enough food to fill forty people and will double as a smoker. However, modern urban life isn’t kind to the average massive charcoal beast. Small apartments, tailgates, cookouts in the park—these are all places that demand something smaller, but still tasting of charcoal, fuel of the barbecue masters.
Enter the Fyrkat Mini Charcoal Grill ($60), by Bodum . . . that’s pronounced fire-cat, we guess. It’s a tiny, thirty centimetre grill ideal for all those times you’ve kicked yourself and said, “Dammit, I wish I had a grill!”, which for us is at least five times per day.