Grills and Cookers
Charcoal/Wood Grills - an open wire grid with a heat source above or below of wood or charcoal.
Fryers - a deep utensil usually equipped with a basket and used for frying foods.
Gas Grills - Gas-fueled grills typically use propane or natural gas as their fuel source, with gas-flame either cooking food directly or heating grilling elements which in turn radiate the heat necessary to cook food. Gas grills are available in sizes ranging from small to industrial sized restaurant grills.
Hibachi Grills - In North America, the term "hibachi" is used to refer to a small cooking stove heated by charcoal.
Pits - They have an excellent heat retention capacity. Pits can also have attached to them a "fire box" which can allow the pit to be a smoker.
Smokers - Smokers range from electric smokers to gas smokers that are small or large enough to handle whatever size smoking job.