5 of the best barbecues
The summer is upon us, and barbecue World Cup parties are rife. Don't feel left out – we've selected five swish barbecues to treat yourself to...
The Grand Tennessee Smoker £290
Looks like something Fred Dibnah might have ridden, but this is a traditional smoker barbecue, complete with temperature gauge. If you like the look but don't fancy that smokey taste, don't worry – it'll grill or roast with equal aplomb.
Fold Flat BBQ £22
Whether you want a portable option or just something that won't steal that shed space you reserved for the sit-on mower you'll never afford, this barbecue is a neat solution. As the name suggests, it folds away for storage in a shoulder bag.
Landmann Oil Drum Barbecue £90
A striking barbecue with few frills other than a two-wheeled base with built-in storage table, and a pair of height-adjustable grills. Nice.
Asado Grill Instant BBQ Stand £10
Okay, it's not technically a barbie, but if you're only interested in igniting an instant barbecue once a year, this is a neat stand that'll make you feel like you're grilling on far tastier kit.
Weber Summit S-650 £2350
Now, we don't necessarily condone gas barbecues – it's cheating innit? – but we understand some people's need for convenience. Kind of. This gorgeous Weber gas barbie has more in common with a pro kitchen cooker than a humble charcoal burner – it even has a rotisserie. If you're going to cheat...