Ceramic Charcoal Grills are Different in These 7 Ways
Ceramic Charcoal grills are all the rage these days and there is good reason for it. The construction of these new grills allows more cooking options and better results if you understand the differences from the run of the mill metal kettle. 1. The thick ceramic walls of the Primo grill retain heat better than a metal grill which means better moisture control during slow cooking and more efficient use of your charcoal.
2. The ceramic Primo grills offer a wider range of temperatures; from 150 degrees to 850 degrees. This allows slow cooking for briskets and pulled pork and searing for rib eyes.
3. The heat deflectors allow you to grill, bake, roast, smoke ,sear, braise, saute, barbecue, caramelize,flambe, boil, poach, scallop, simmer, stew, stir-fry, and more. Take a look at this cedar plank salmon recipe.
4. Distinct cooking zones can be created with the heat deflectors and rack configuations.
5. Dual zones allow simultaneous direct and indirect cooking which means you can bake a chicken on one side while you roast veggies over direct heat at the same time.
6. The Primo is the only ceramic grill manufactured in the United States under strict quality control standards. Retail dealers will assemble your grill and keep it in top condition for the 20 years or longer that you will be using it.
7. The Primo is the only ceramic grill that comes with a 20 year guarantee.