Cool designs, hot grills

Courtney Mueller, October 13, 2006

Though the year is almost over, the grilling season has extended to year-round for many, and manufacturers continue to introduce stainless steel grills to the marketplace. From modern designs to built-in beauties, there is no shortage of style when it comes to creating an outdoor kitchen.

 The bi-36 grill from Crown Verity includes five burners with 79,500 Btus and a removable front shelf. The bi-36 grill from Crown Verity includes five burners with 79,500 Btus and a removable front shelf. 
 Newly designed grills from KitchenAid include built-in thermometers, halogen surface lights on built-in models, 14,500 Btu infrared back burners, optional side burners and SureSear systems to distribute heat evenly over the grill surface.  Newly designed grills from KitchenAid include built-in thermometers, halogen surface lights on built-in models, 14,500 Btu infrared back burners, optional side burners and SureSear systems to distribute heat evenly over the grill surface.
 Kalamazoo's Sculpture free-standing grill is available as charcoal or gas and is highlighted by a modern stainless steel design. Kalamazoo 
Napoleon   Napoleon's Prestige Series Infrared Sizzle Zone comes separated into two grill heads — an infrared ceramic burner and a tube burner — totaling 1,156 square inches of cooking area.
 Unique in design, the contemporary styling of Fuego's Fuego 01 grill combines with functional attributes to create a sleek alternative for those with limited space to devote to a grill. The Fuego is crafted of brushless stainless steel, farmed teak, slate countertops, a cast iron grilling surface and features a slim lid and geometric slots part of a modular storage system. Unique in design, the contemporary styling of Fuego 
 The Chef  The Chef's Choice Heritage Series of gas grills from Modern Home Products features stainless steel construction, two infrared and two oval cast stainless steel burners and SearMagic cooking grids.
 Twin Eagles' Extreme Series offers gas grills with a multitude of options, from infrared rotisseries to side cookers and drawers. All feature stainless steel welded construction, stainless steel round grates and battery-powered electronic ignition. Twin Eagles 

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