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From massive units that can handle a mega-barbecue to portables that cook on the go, there’s a grill to fit every cook’s needs.
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The new “L” series grills feature an electronic push button ignition system that does not require batteries. It also includes push buttoncontrolled interior halogen lights, ideal for night grilling. Requires 120 Volt AC power.
The Ravenna black grill cover features a durable, faderesistant style with padded handles, hooded air vents, adjustable cord closures and a secure attachment system.
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Stone Age’s Amerigo pizza oven, a modular masonry kit offering a large cooking surface perfect for entertaining, is designed to seamlessly integrate with Stone Age’s Cabinet Component System islands and other outdoor living elements.
With the capacity to hold 35-40 burgers, 14-16 whole chickens or 18-20 steaks, the XXLarge EGG can handle the largest of barbecues.
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New to the Porta-Chef series for 2015, the Porta-Chef 120 features a new lid profile with a stainless steel insert and solid inset bolts.
Available in three sizes (both built-in and freestanding versions), the Hybrid Fire Grills allow outdoor cooks to combine wood, charcoal and gas fires. Splits or chunks of wood or any type of charcoal can be easily loaded into the Hybrid Grilling Drawer, which has perforations to discard ash.
The Mr. Pizza Oven & Grill does double duty as a portable pizza oven and portable gas grill. The 260-square-inch cooking surface accommodates a 14- inch pizza or 20 burgers.
The all-new line of Delta Heat Premier Grills feature LED control panel lights, 304 stainless steel construction and a direct heat and ceramic radiant grilling system.
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