Woodflame Delecto Grill: Gas and Charcoal-Free

It's mere hours until Memorial Day weekend, but there's still time to give your barbecuing a high-tech upgrade. The Woodflame uses just a tiny block of wood to power an entire grilling session, using a combustion chamber pumped full of oxygen to burn the wood so efficiently, you'll be left with a mere pinch of […]

It's mere hours until Memorial Day weekend, but there's still time to give your barbecuing a high-tech upgrade. The Woodflame uses just a tiny block of wood to power an entire grilling session, using a combustion chamber pumped full of oxygen to burn the wood so efficiently, you'll be left with a mere pinch of ash when all's said and done. It's also environmentally friendly, since rather than using a whole pack of charcoal, you pop in just one dense cube of recycled wood — so enjoy that bloody burger guilt-free. It's also fast: the 'cue gets fully heated in under 2 minutes. The portable grill is available in both 10- and 17-pound versions, so you can bring it to the campground, out on the boat, or just carry it from the garage to the porch without throwing out your back. The Woodflame is available online now for $250. — Adam Frucci