Smokers and grills come in all shapes and sizes, but we found two extreme examples. In Grain Valley, Missouri, mechanic Bill Rousseau transformed a retired Cessna airplane into a smoker and named it Swine Flew. He transports this impressive rig to a local airport and smokes pork butts and ribs and serves them with grilled chicken for his friends and family including skydivers who "drop in." In Ridgecrest, California, Ed McBride Sr. and Ed McBride Jr. weld salvaged metal into pieces of art, including dragons that are working barbecues. They cook up juicy rib eye roasts in the belly of this metal beast.