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I-Grill Portable Charcoal Grill lets you feed a crowd anywhere

The I-Grill's carrying handle doubles as a support stand.

By May 23, 2014

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Fondue on the grill? Can do

The Charcoal Companion Fondue Grill Set consists of a grilling platter and fondue pot. Designed for use over an open fire, the hot platter sets onto a fitted serving base.

By May 21, 2015

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There's a griddle hiding in the back yard

The Charcoal Companion Half Circle Pro Griddle opens up the grill to new possibilities. The simple accessory makes breakfast easy to find.

By May 12, 2015

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Sharp joins Insignia selling cheap Roku TVs at Best Buy

The first household name to incorporate the Roku TV platform, Sharp will offer 43-inch and 50-inch models, available exclusively at Best Buy. House brand Insignia will sell 32- and 55-inch Roku TVs, starting at $229 for the 32-inch model.

By May 6, 2015

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Travel light, eat well with the Briefcase Barbecue

The Briefcase Barbecue is a folding portable grill. Business travel never tasted so good.

By March 16, 2015

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Wake up to grilling reality on the go

The Portable Grill And Griddle stacks portability onto stacked burgers. Cook bacon, burgers and more with the propane-powered cooker.

By March 10, 2015

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Burnie Grill burns with nothing more than a match

The Burnie Grill is a one-use grill made from wood and charcoal. The grill burns itself out after a couple of hours.

By February 13, 2015

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Go home with the Downtown Grill Electric Hibachi

The Downtown Grill Electric Hibachi reaches a grilling temperature of 700 degrees and the grill can be used indoors or outdoors.

By February 5, 2015

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Appliance Science: The well-done physics and chemistry of the toaster

The humble toaster is a combination of physics and chemistry that produces a tasty treat. Find out all about the science of toasters and toast in appliance science.

By February 2, 2015

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X-ray reveals the secrets of burned Vesuvius scrolls

Scrolls that were damaged, but not destroyed, in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius may now be read for the first time in nearly two millennia.

By January 20, 2015