Eat This

How Dallas Chefs Grill: The Tools, the Meat and the Techniques

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Ryan Carbery, Bailey's Prime Plus: Weber kettle and a homemade steel drum smoker.

David Uygur, Lucia: Old-school Weber charcoal grill.

Janice Provost, Parigi: A few years ago I was driving by the Salvation Army on Inwood and I saw this beautiful, shiny Weber grill sitting out on display. I did a quick u-turn and picked it up for about $200. The guy who sold it to me said a wealthy lady who was getting a divorce had donated it. It had never been used

Mike Smith, The Common Table: Triple threat combo grill: propane side, charcoal side and hotbox for smoking.

Matt Balke, Bolsa: Since I live in an apartment, just a small Weber charcoal grill. I find it does what I need it to do.

Abraham Salum, Salum and Komali: Grill Master stainless steel gas grill.

Tre Wilcox, Marquee Grill: Green egg.

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