By Eric Yang
on 11.14.11
Photo by Wildwood

Weighing in at 32 pounds, slightly less than the totalitarian Mongol it’s named after, the Genghis Kahn Hibachi ($180) offers up more than one way to get meat cooked. The stout, yet compact cast-iron grill provides three cooking schemes: flat griddle, 16-skewer shish kebab attachment, or a convex grilling grate with V-Grooves — an improvement over the slat — to better cook everything from rib-eye to bulgogi, or even pork belly as shown in the photo. Use it on the patio, take it to the tailgate, or lodge it right on the fire escape.

More photos after the jump.

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