Best outdoor appliances & accessories according to redditors

We found 39 Reddit comments discussing the best outdoor appliances & accessories. We ranked the 17 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Outdoor Kitchen Appliances & Storage:

u/aham42 · 10 pointsr/DIY

I have this guy(note not an affiliate link) and it's FANTASTIC. I routinely get it to about 940 degrees which it will hold really well. It makes insanely good pizza. This dudes oven is obviously a step above, but just this guy is really really really good.

u/hellokhris · 6 pointsr/Homebrewing

Sorry for hijacking your thread. Here's what I'd recommend as a long time homebrewer and now pro-brewer. First, get an all-grain kit from someone like the Brooklyn brew shop. It's cheap, the batch size is small enough to use your current equipment and gives you a great introduction to the craft. They are basically doing a modified version of brew in a bag which is a simpler all-grain method and definitely what I'd recommend as you move forward. If you find you like it and want to upgrade to the standard 5 gallon batch sizes here's a list of items to get you going.

Bayou Classic 800-144 44 quart Boil and Brew Kit, Stainless
With a 11 gallon total capacity you'll be able to brew most beers with a moderate alcohol level. If you have a local Homebrew shop, have them drill a hole and add a valve at the bottom or do it yourself (fairly easy). This will save a lot of time, effort, and make better beer.

For a fermenter, you can start with the bucket, but they leak and scratch easily. Glass carboys are heavy, expensive, hard to clean, and you can't pull samples without risking contamination. I highly recommend these guys.
Fermonster 7 Gallon Carboy - Ported

You will also need a hydrometer set (this will work for now) Hydrometer (Beer/Wine) & Glass Test Jar.

A brew bag: The Brew Bag - Fits a 30 to 40 Qt Brew Pot for Home Brewing Beer

This is probably a down the road buy, but a chiller is essential. Ice baths took hours to cool to temperatures safe for yeast (and tasty beer). This brought it down the 20-30 minutes. Stainless Steel Immersion Wort Chiller

Sanitizer (starsan or iosafe)
Cleaner (pbw, one-step, or oxyclean free) - don't use dish soap!
Bottles + bottling wand
Bottling bucket w/ spigot
Silicone tubing

The big stuff shop around online. You can definitely find better deals than what I linked. The small stuff, brew bag included check your local homebrew shop. Brewing all grain is a lot cheaper and better quality than the extract kits.

I started with a kit almost exactly like the one you linked, but soon found that other stuff would make my life a lot easier and ended up replacing almost everything in the kit, basically wasting the $130 I spent on it. It's a glorious hobby one I never imagined would take me to where I am today.

u/savemejebus0 · 6 pointsr/Pizza

This shall be your next purchase.

You will need about 24" of width, 16.5" of depth and it is 6 inches tall at it's highest peak.

Once you get it down with your grill it kicks ass. If the bottom gets too hot, use strips of foil. Not a whole sheet. That stuff reflects the heat incredibly well and your bottom wont cook.

I cannot praise that damn thing enough. The right price too.

Edit: you would obviously have to pop out the bread rack.

u/ARenovator · 5 pointsr/DIY

All you can put on them is light stuff, like Christmas decorations. These two systems would spread the load across the trusses:

u/Improvised0 · 4 pointsr/DIY

It might be splitting hairs, but some would argue that 600 degrees is still not hot enough to get the proper rise out of your dough for a "true" Neapolitan pizza. Though you're right that a pizza oven can be made for much less with a Weber Kettle grill and you can still achieve the 1000 degree + heat some suggest you need.

I use this setup, along with the absolutely necessary steel top and a few other modifications. Others have made something like this for even less. When burning white/red oak, olive, or almond wood, I'm able to get things well over 1000 degrees (max heat of my thermometers) inside and cook a pizza in less than 2min.

Now I just need to master the process of making dough. If anyone knows where I can get a good sour dough starter on the cheap, please let me know! =)

Also, for those who care to know, the purist think the best, most simple, most consistent pizza sauce is nothing more than canned San Marzano tomatoes, drained, and crushed up with salt. I've found that—when considering the law of diminishing returns—I can't really argue with that.

u/HellFireXMedic · 3 pointsr/ElectricForest

one of my favorite things I have ever bought was this

it has her table and 2 chairs ( more like foot rests but when we had guests at our campsite they didn't mind sitting on them. But this is the best camping festival item I own.

u/Xeoncross · 3 pointsr/TinyHouses

In small spaces nothing beats a solar oven for cooking. Take the heat outside and cook with the sun.

We own a "Sun Oven" ( and have used it to make bread, cook beans, rice, potatoes, and other dishes which often need to cook for a long time anyway. The max temp is only about 250F most of the time so you really have to slow-cook a lot of stuff. However, it makes really fluffy rice and you can't really burn anything.

Since most people here are DIY's I recommend you build your own solar oven. All you really need is a cardboard box, bag, and some foil. I built a large metal one prior to shelling out a couple hundreds for a "Sun Oven" since it was better designed and more portable.

u/smithincanton · 2 pointsr/sysadmin

Humm looks intresting. Kinda like a upscale/bbq version of a pizzaque. I'll have to read more up on it. Thanks for the heads up!

Edit: ha! I just saw your user name. :-)

u/dopnyc · 2 pointsr/Pizza

I'm not familiar with that particular insert, but it does look very similar to this:

just smaller. The bakerstonebox works well. The capacity, at 13.75", isn't ideal, but it will give you a balanced 4 minute bake on your average grill. Is it worth it? I don't know.

I know that you just got finished placing an order, but, if you don't have one already, a $10ish infrared thermometer would be invaluable for confirming how hot your oven can actually get. If you can confirm that your oven can reach 550, and if it has a broiler in the main compartment, that would make you an ideal candidate for steel plate. Steel plate will annihilate any kind of grill insert that you're considering, and if you can source it yourself,

you can have a kickass oven setup without breaking the bank. Out of everything you're considering to take your game to the next level, a $50ish DIY steel plate is, by a very wide margin, your biggest bang for the buck.

u/10RT4WX · 2 pointsr/Cooking

Anyone here with experience on the Bakerstone Pizza Oven Box? Thinking about getting one next time they go on sale:

u/orpheus2708 · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

They sell access panels that pop right in with an adhesive or fastener. Something like this.

u/Omap · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Remove all carpets. Carpets are the devil. If you want something soft to walk on get a rug.

When buying furniture, make sure it is high enough off the ground on legs that a roomba can get under it, or flush to the ground so NOTHING can get under it

Make sure trim molding has as little gaps as possible, fill all gaps with caulk.

If you have access, replace old water pipes with pex or at least have shutoffs in easy reach.

If you don't already, make sure there's an accessway to the space under your bathtub. Either the wall behind where the spout is or up from the bottom. They sell metal doors you can put in drywall to gain access.

Pick a closet for your IT equipment and wire everything from Demarcs to there. Run coax to it, and if you have Cat6 cabling, it should all go to one place with preferably a patch panel.

In front of every exterior door, you should have a landing inside made of tile so your floors don't get wet (Not applicable for vinyl, since it doesn't matter if vinyl gets a bit wet.

Central vac is a dumb meme and worthless. Too expensive to fix and can get clogged

That's all I can think of right now.

u/Ockittykat23 · 2 pointsr/orangecounty

I second this. We bought an outdoor PizzaQue from Amazon and never cook our pizza in the regular oven anymore.

Pizzacraft PizzaQue PC6500 Outdoor Pizza Oven

u/neongreenpurple · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Something that is grey. (Wish List)
  2. Something reminiscent of rain. (Music)
  3. Something food related that is unusual. (Candy/Snacks)
  4. Something on your list that is for someone other than yourself. Tell me who it's for and why. (Yes, pets count!) Breath mints for my doggies because they like to lick my face, which is gross when their breath stinks. (Pumpkin/Petey)
  5. A book I should read! I am an avid reader, so take your best shot and tell me why I need to read it! I read a free sample, and it is absolutely hilarious! (books)
  6. An item that is less than a dollar, including shipping... that is not jewelry, nail polish, and or hair related!
  7. Something related to cats. I love cats! (keep this SFW, you know who you are...) (Pumpkin/Petey)
  8. Something that is not useful, but so beautiful you must have it.
  9. A movie everyone should watch at least once in their life. Why? It teaches that you must face the demons of your past in order to achieve inner peace. And it's hilarious. (Wish List)
  10. Something that would be useful when the zombies attack. Explain.
  11. Something that would have a profound impact on your life and help you to achieve your current goals.
  12. One of those pesky Add-On items. (Wish List)
  13. The most expensive thing on your list. Your dream item. Why? We currently have a similar set, but two of the springs have fallen out under my seat, and the back cushion covering is pulling apart. This would be to replace those. (Nice things I don't need right now)
  14. Something bigger than a bread box. EDIT A bread box is typically similar in size to a microwave. I think this is bigger than a bread box... (Wish List)
  15. Something smaller than a golf ball. (Wish List)
  16. Something that smells wonderful.
  17. A (SFW) toy. (Wish List)
  18. Something that would be helpful for going back to school. (Wish List)
  19. Something related to your current obsession, whatever that may be. This combines two of my current obsessions - reading and My Little Pony. (Books)
  20. Something that is just so amazing and awe-inspiring that I simply must see it. Explain why it is so grand.

    Fear cuts deeper than swords.
u/Whitenoizzze · 1 pointr/rosin

Great thanks for the reply! So what do you think would be the best way to produce bubble hash from bulk trim?

This 20 gallon machine seems to be the most common option:

u/Arshion · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You should follow that taco with a delicious cookie.

edit: how awesome would it be to carry around a taco purse and then pull a cookie wallet out of it when you go to pay for stuff?

u/J662b486h · 1 pointr/Cooking

Regarding higher heat, someone mentioned converting a Weber grill using kiln shelves and cement - you don't need to go to that extreme. A company named Kettlepizza makes an insert for a Weber Grill that converts it to a pizza oven. I just got one and haven't tried it yet, but the people at America's Test Kitchen (Cook's Illustrated Magazine) gave it very high marks.

u/nacho_cheezus · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

this is prime and has been on my list for over a year.. i totally NEED it :D

u/jenkinl1302 · 1 pointr/MAME

I'm in the process of building my own at the moment, and I've decided on using a plumbing/electrical access panel in the bottom of the cab: The one I'm using. There are different sizes depending on your needs.

EDIT: I just realized it might not be immediately apparent to some people what this is. You cut a hole in the wall (or in this case, the bottom of the cabinet) and mount the panel inside. The flanges cover the cut, so it's not a big deal if your cuts aren't that straight. Secure with some construction adhesive. The middle part pops out so that you have access to what's behind.

u/Capitalprince · 1 pointr/Pizza

Its actually more than a stone but here you go! You just need to make sure that your grill is capable of getting hot enough 800+ degrees. It's no UUNI but it worked well for me!

Amazon link

u/icyplains · 1 pointr/Pizza

It doesn't assume any temp. But you will get totally different results by using high temperatures. I was getting OK results before I started using the cleaning cycle. The quality jumped way up after i started using it.

If you don't have a cleaning cycle you might want to look into something like this

I've never used one but I would try it if had no option!

u/pruppert · 1 pointr/FoodPorn

You might like a pizzaque. It’s gets way hotter than stone in oven. Makes very crispy crust for me. Have been very satisfied with it.

Would you mind sharing your dough recipe? That’s some quality crust.

u/damnthistrafficjam · 1 pointr/u_eastcoastexplorer

There’s this;
Pizzacraft PC6500 PizzaQue Portable Outdoor Pizza Oven

Or this;
Pizzacraft PC0601 Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven

u/ColdStainlessNail · 1 pointr/DIY

Not a DIY, but I saw this at Home Depot recently for those interested in a good pizza oven on the cheap.