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|05-23-2014 08:16 PM|
I took a similar approach. I put all 4 burners on adjusted the burners, and it stayed at 450 degrees. I put the beef on, about 10 minutes on each side, because they were over 2 lbs each For the smaller pieces, around 7 minutes. The beef was a little overcooked I thought, but whole family loved it!
Although, I did find myself wondering at one point... The beef was around $40. I thought "two more times cooking on this grill, and the food cooked cost more than the grill..." lol. I was sad haha
|05-23-2014 07:17 PM|
i made a london broil the other day, and i aimed for around 450 using indirect heat - i cranked up all four burners, closed the grill and let the temperature get up there.. then i turned off the two middle burners and put the steak over the middle and closed the grill, then turned the side burners down slightly until it was stayinga round 425-450.. then flipped it and cooked about 7 minutes per side, came out pretty well.
Not a problem only using a couple of burners.. all depends on the type of heat you want.. direct vs. indirect
with all four, i going i dont think youll ever reach 170.. even with two as low as possible, i dont think youll reach 170 with the lid closed.
|05-23-2014 12:20 PM|
OK, I finally got to put this grill together. While there are some similarities between this one and my 3 year old grill master from lowes, the steel seems to be a thinner gauge materal. I will say this grill cooks nice and evenly though. For 99 bucks its a great deal, but if I had the choice between this or another grill master for $130, I would spend the few extra bucks at lowes.
For me, I only need a grill to last another year or two until I'm ready to tackle the outdoor kitchen, so this should hold me over just fine in the meantime.
|05-23-2014 12:09 PM|
|05-23-2014 11:19 AM|
Anyone know how to cook beef on this grill?
From what I've read, the temperature has to be around 170 degrees Fahrenheit, for around 5-6 minutes on each side.
1. Oil the grill
2. Oil the steak, put salt pepper on it.
3. Heat up the grill
4. Set temperature around 170 for around 10 minutes.
The problem I'm having is that I can't get the grill under 350 degrees... I'm wondering if it's a good idea to only turn on 2 burners...
What do you guys think?
|05-20-2014 05:45 PM|
Does anyone that bought this have a copy of the reciept that they could send me? I added this to my cart, and had to wait to Payday to purchase, but it's now at $158.00. Customer Service said that if I can prove that it was $99.00 they will honor it.
Thank you in advance!
|05-20-2014 04:53 PM|
ripped from FW, for those that missed it there is a 20% off coupon for some items including grills
Memorial Day 2014 Sneak Peak
Pre Memorial Day Sale at Home Depot: 20% off select items with coupon HDSNEAK20 - good for grills, doors, patio, vanities. That coupon stacks with MEMHD for $5 off $50.
Free shipping on most $45 purchases.
|05-20-2014 04:04 PM|
The way it is, at least the flames are not directly burning the food, so ima just leave it and see how it works.
|05-20-2014 03:02 PM|
|steelcurtain59||Picked mine up Sunday in perfect condition. One question. Every grill I have ever used has had lava rocks in them. Are we supposed to put lava rocks in this unit? The instructions never mention lava rocks.|
|05-20-2014 01:57 PM|
Great grill, glad I had mine assembled, not the most patient type nor do I follow directions well. Can really pile on the food now, I just save left overs like spuds for breakfast
|05-20-2014 01:32 PM|
Cooked a couple of big rib eyes on the edge 2 burners, seemed like it did a good job, but small sample size. Veggies on top rack also seemed acceptable.
What is that dangling "cotter pin" for? I did a search and it didnt come up with much for gas grills... and the chain is super long so it doesnt seem like there is a real proper place to store it.
Overall pretty happy for now.
|05-20-2014 01:16 PM|
|wambambing||Mine had to be returned due to huge dent in front part where knobs are. Lost about $20.00 just in gas as had to drive about 35 miles each way to pick up, then 20 miles to return to a closer store. What a waste of time. Box did look beat up, shame on me for not checking in store, but damage was not visible anyway until grill was pulled almost all the way out of the box.|
|05-19-2014 01:29 PM|
It's a cotter pin. I didn't have one for the grease tray. I can't see why you would even use one.
From people that have cooked on it frequently. Do you find the heat even? I only cooked once on it, some dogs. 1 burner on, I found it uneven.
|05-18-2014 11:50 PM|
|slucic||Does anyone know what the extra pin that came with the grease tray is for? It is similar to the inside pins that hold the lid closed but I don't see for what purpose. Also, it isn't mentioned in the instruction manual anywhere either, kinda weird.|
|05-18-2014 06:22 PM|
I guess they just forgot to include them. Oh well, hopefully they send me some.
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