Part of grilling is relaxing with the fire. If you are busy you should just sear it in a pan and microwave it. :beat:
Use an old BD Wait here, 40thou, 2 burner
Its pretty old but has a new CI burner in it
We barbeque all winter
I got this barbeque in exchange for a debt I was owed over 15 years ago
It has the flat heat brick about 1/4" thick in small squares which lay on the rack above the fire so no lava rock
I hand lite it with my Zippo from underneath all the time it has peizo lighter but never use it as no more electrode it wasfinally to old.
I just ditched my LAST gas grill and went ceramic. My only reget is that I did not do it sooner. Flare ups?? Not anymore. cook steaks at 700 degrees with just a "kiss" of flame.
Check out the Holland website if you haven't already, lots of good cooking tips.
By the way, If you like frozen pizza, this grill will cook it to perfection. About halfway through the recommended time, quickly open the top and rotate the pizza 90 degrees to evenly cook the crust.
Its time for a new Natural gas grill and i have read through this thread. Any other thoughts or recommendations? My cheap Brinkman has had it and I would like a grill that will last but not break the bank.
I googled 'best gas grill' under $1000.00 and it came up with the weber genesis E330 as a top rated pick.
Ordered it from rainbowappliance.com yesterday. It has a sear burner and I am very excited to get it....customers who own them have all rated them 5 stars!!
I got this in my e-mail box this morning, I don't own one, nor have I even seen one, but this looks pretty nice for the price
I bought a tech grill infared type it is not cheap but lasts forever and cooks fast