Any at-home grillmaster likely is jealous of Bobby Flay's backyard in his "BBQ Addiction" show on Food Network.
With more grills and toys than most cook's have utensils, Flay has one of the greatest grilling set-ups we've ever seen. So we wanted to know how we could create our own (and more importantly, how much it would cost.)
Here's a breakdown of all the fun stuff Flay has in his backyard. And if you just came into a nice chunk of money, you can recreate your own version of "BBQ Addiction."
Grill Type: Argentinian Parilla
The cream of the crop, this grill has a wheeled crank that lets you lower and raise the grilling surface to give your food direct or indirect heat. It is also equipped with V-shaped grate rods not only to catch and collect the juices as they drip off the meat, but also to reduce flare-ups that can singe your food, leaving certains areas dry and bitter.
Grill: Big Green Egg
The Big Green Egg is a great smoker. Its ceramic casing provides quick heat-up and accurate temperature readings up to 750 degrees. Plus, durable design ensures it will never crack or degrade over time (and it has a lifetime guarantee, just in case something does go wrong.)
Cajun Cookware Cast-Iron Hibachi
The nice thing about cooking on a cast-iron hibachi is that it's durable and affordable. The hibachi is a great, quick grill to toss skewers or anything else on while your other grills are busy smoking and charring.
Weber 22.5-inch Smokey Mountain Smoker
This 22.5-inch smoker gives any outdoor cook a chance to smoke big pieces of meat that can feed an entire party. Toss an entire turkey and a whole ham on steel grates, throw a few wood chips on the coals and you'll have smokehouse-quality barbecue in hours.