The next big thing in BBQ is the Turtleboy.
The world’s first Turtleboy grill can be yours for just $2,900 when it goes on sale in September, but it’s not just a new thing.
The Turtleboy’s creator is trying to bring back a traditional grill that could potentially be as simple to cook as a pot of soup or a sandwich.
It’s also meant to be a “world’s first charcoal grill.”
The Turtleboy was created by David O’Brien, a British chef who also happens to be the founder of the legendary Turtle Grill chain, which has operated in London and Sydney, Australia.
The turtle, a breed of marine turtle, has been around for thousands of years and was introduced to the world by the ancient Greeks.
In ancient times, the turtle was eaten by humans as a delicacy, and in modern times it’s one of the most popular foods around the world.
David O’Briens “Turtleboy” grill can’t burn charcoal, and it’s designed to be done by hand.
It has a titanium grill plate that’s built into the top of the grill, a copper-plated base that holds a charcoal canister, a stainless steel pot, a burner, a lid, and a base for a fire.
There’s also a lid for storing the flame.
David said that while charcoal is the most important component of the Turtlebone, he wanted to bring a “truly innovative” charcoal grill to the market.
“I think that there’s a lot of people out there who don’t think about cooking charcoal,” he told us.
“But if you’re a person who likes to eat really slow-cooked food, charcoal can really make all the difference in the world.”
He’s trying to create a charcoal grill that would burn charcoal quickly, and he believes that the charcoal itself would be the main factor that will differentiate it from other charcoal grills.
“We think that charcoal is probably the most fundamental component of charcoal, so we’ve got to do that,” he said.
“It’s the core ingredient.
I’ve heard of people that don’t know that they have charcoal in their grill and then they cook the chicken or something. “
I think we’ve just got to be really careful when we’re cooking charcoal.”
“I’ve heard of people that don’t know that they have charcoal in their grill and then they cook the chicken or something.
It makes no sense, it’s like an old joke.
But the truth is that it makes a lot more sense to use charcoal than to not use charcoal.”
The charcoal grill is made of titanium, a non-ferrous metal that is a combination of carbon and oxygen.
Titanium has a high melting point of around 2,500 degrees Celsius and can be used to make ceramic and other materials.
This is why you find it in a lot in restaurants, where it can be heated to about 500 degrees Celsius, and then used to cook things like soups, fish, and even vegetables.
David is also aiming to bring the charcoal to the consumer market with his “Tireboy Grill.”
The company is selling a model that’s roughly the size of a small microwave, but a bigger one would be ideal for use as a grill.
“We want to create the perfect BBQ,” he explained.
“And we’re not only trying to sell charcoal, but we’re also trying to make it so you can use it to cook anything.”
David’s turtle-inspired grill will not be limited to the UK, but he said that he plans to expand into other parts of the world in the future.
He said that the Turtle Boy has a chance of winning a World Food Prize.
The competition is based on sustainability and the use of sustainable materials, and while charcoal can be a tough ingredient to beat in the kitchen, it is also something that has been available for thousands, if not millions, of years.