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Giant Grill Table Gives American BBQ the Korean BBQ Treatment

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For those who don’t know, Koreans are the masters of communal grilling. Unlike the American backyard barbecue, where there’s only one grill master and a bunch of other people standing around drinking Coronas, Korean barbecue takes place almost exclusively indoors, with pre-marinated meats, endless sides, and a neat little table grill that allows everyone present to actually communicate with one another whilst also stuffing their faces with all-you-can-eat brisket.

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Well, for those hot dog and burger fans looking to get in on the tabletop action, look no further than the JAG Grill. A grill-slash-fire pit-slash-outdoor wooden table, the JAG boasts eight individual grilling stations and one impressive center grilling dome for housing fire and coal or logs. Each station offers enough rack estate to cook more than anyone’s fair share of steak and fajita veggies, as well as separate, removable dining surfaces for easy cleaning.

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The whole USA-born-and-raised rig will run you about $2500 – 3000, but can you really put a price on staring awkwardly at friends and family while you all slowly die from meat sweats? Didn’t think so.

H/T The Awesomer

By Dominique Zamora

Dominique would be a foodie if she had money to pay for food. For now, she gets by just looking at food photography, which results in at least one more starving journalism student every time Instagram breaks down.

1 reply on “Giant Grill Table Gives American BBQ the Korean BBQ Treatment”

It’s the internet so I can say the author has a cute picture.

AND SWEET JESUS THAT BARBECUE TABLE. The depravity of others critiquing your sweet, sweet, secret bbq techniques is eliminated when you can say “GRILL YOUR OWN THEN” and then they do.

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