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Maggie Holland

Maggie Holland, global content director at Future, boasts a rich career in B2B IT journalism, spanning over 18 years. An Open University alumna with a BA and a Leadership and Management degree, she has served on the AOP Journalism Advisory Board and judged the PPA Independent Publisher Awards.

Recent articles by Maggie Holland

Ultranatura Alamo Smoker Charcoal Grill review

This is a flexible BBQ that can do it all but don't mistake it for models costing much more

£81 inc VAT (as of 20th of June)
Tepro Detroit 1037 Barbecue with Trolley review

There's a lot to like here but it's let down by flaws in the build quality and design

£90 inc VAT (as of 17th of June)
Buffalo Resto Charcoal BBQ review

Simple but well designed traditional grill for catering to larger than usual numbers

£170 inc VAT (as of 17th of June)
Outback Omega 200 Charcoal review - a BBQ with workflow

The Outback Omega 200's shelves are really handy but the cooking area is relatively small

£140 inc VAT (as of 16th of June)
Lotus Grill Mini review - a BBQing pocket rocket

This table top barbecue impressed, punching way above its weight and size

£100 inc VAT (as of 15th of June)
Landmann Grill Chef 31347 57cm Premium review

A good, well built barbecue and you can't go wrong if your budget doesn't stretch any further

£100 inc VAT (as of 14th of June)
Weber Original Kettle review (57cm)

Well-made, easy to use and clean, the Weber Original Kettle remains good value for money

£119 inc VAT
Char-Broil Kettleman review: A top-notch charcoal BBQ

The Char-Broil Kettleman isn't the cheapest charcoal option, but its clever design means less burnt food - and it looks smart, too

£200 inc VAT (as of 9th of June)