The quality seems to be good. It has easily replaceable cast iron burners. It is just hard to hold up against the brutes at UPS.
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I used mid life crisis as my excuse, plus my wife likes my cooking, especially when I bring her some lunch to work on my days off. Her friends are envious, and she enjoys that. I will get some good pictures this weekend. I still can't decide what to cook though. I'm still pretty sold on fried rice, but the boss wants shrimp in it. I guess that is okay with me. Shrimp is like money, you can never have too much.
Well, I cooked on my new grill for breakfast this morning. I just fried bacon and eggs. I have to say, the thing worked great. It didn't stick at all. I seasoned it as per the instructions, then used some Pam on it too, and fried eggs, and even scrambled eggs with cheese in them didn' t stick. Tonight, I am smoking whole chickens and ribs though. I want to use my new grill somehow. I may saute some squash ond onions on it or something.
I don't know what it is about cooking outside, but it seems to make everything better. I am doing Fajitas on this grill Monday for a few places. I'm taking orders from some of the local businesses, so I will be sure and get more pics.
I didn't notice any hot/cold spots. It seemed to be very good to me. It takes a couple of minutes to heat up because the top is made from such heavy material, which is fine by me. I like the quality. It was the best 319 bucks I have ever spent. Like I said, I will do a big cook on it this coming Monday, I can tell you more then.
It doesn't seem like that's going to be a problem. The burners are well inside of the main enclosure, so it should be fine. You should go ahead and buy you one, you will like it. Just be sure and season it good. Just don't blame it on me for your buying it, I don't need any more spouses mad at me, one is enough!