What makes a Hasty-Bake so special? Well, we are so glad you asked!


Hasty-Bake Charcoal Grills Features

In 1948, Grant Hastings produced the first Hasty-Bake Charcoal Oven. As one of the original manufacturers of the "backyard barbecue," Hastings was a pioneer in the industry. Specifically, Hasty-Bake introduced the first portable unit, the first hooded unit, and a new method of cooking using indirect heat. Hastings' design controlled the intensity of heat by using vents, a heat deflector, a ventless hood and an adjustable fire box, revolutionizing the method in which food was cooked.  

The patented Hasty-Bake design receives continual praise from food and industry critics across the country. In addition, our products are recommended by chefs and authors of cookbooks such as Born to Grill and Smoke & Spice. But don't take our word for it. The best way to discover the difference cooking on a Hasty-Bake can make is to taste the results for yourself. That's why our ovens produce blue ribbon results in barbecue competitions across the country. For example, the Grand Champion of the 1994 American Royal in Kansas City (known as the World Series of Barbecue Cookoffs), Doug Steel and his Heat's Neat team, used a Hasty-Bake to prepare most of their award-winning recipes.

Charcoal grill enthusiasts have trusted Hasty-Bake to manufacture the highest quality charcoal grills for grilling, smoking, and baking since 1948. Some say Hasty-Bake was the original backyard charcoal grill, but what we do know is that it's the best backyard charcoal grill. Made in the USA. From the full-size Legacy and Gourmet ovens, to the smaller Suburban and Continental models, each Hasty-Bake gives you the unique ability to grill, bake and smoke---all on the same unit! We also offer the Fiesta built-in model and a Portable unit, for Hasty-Bake-ing on the go.

 

 

 

Hasty-Bake Owners Manual  (PDF Download)

Introduction:

 

1 Thermometer

 

2 Ventless Hood

 

3 Grease Drain System

 

4 Fire Door

 

5 Heat Deflector

 

6 Fire Box

 

7 Lift Mechanism

 

8 Vents

 

9 Ash Pan

 

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