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Men's Journal - June 2015
"The American-made PK is really all you could ever ask for in a grill, and for a lot less than you'd pay for most newer models. It's proof that the classics never really go out of style." See the article here.
Field & Stream - June 2015
"Holy Cow. This thing is well built. That grill box is thick cast aluminum, and I imagine, with some care, it will outlast the original owner." See the article here.
Bon Appetit - June 2015
My favorite grill is a PK Grill out of Little Rock. They’re old-school fifties-looking grills. Rectangular. They’re expensive, about three hundred dollars, but it will never rust out because it’s aluminum. You can take the whole thing apart and you can put it in the dishwasher. See the article here.
Amazing Ribs - May 2015
The PK Grill has become our favorite charcoal grill. It proves some ideas never die. See the article here.
AOL "This Built America" - July 2014
Portable Kitchen was selected as the single feature company from Arkansas in a unique, documentary-style editorial program sponsored by Ford. See the program here.
Garden & Gun June/July 2014
The PK Grill was featured in the June/July 2014 "The Perfect Summer" issue. See it here.
Arkansas Business - June 2014
Allied Wireless Trio Joins Portable Kitchens Inc. See it here.
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Built for the long smoke. Let’s hear it for the permanent things . . . Read More.
BBQ Sauce Reviews
If you’re in the market for a new grill/smoker, I highly recommend looking into buying the PK Grill! Plus, like I mentioned above, the PK grill would be a great investment that you can hand down to your family for many years to come . . . Read More
Wall Street Journal
After years of growth in the sales of gas grills, charcoal ones are gaining some ground. They're the favorite of barbecue mavens -- gas grilling is "inherently flavorless," . . . Read More