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How to Maintain Outdoor Grills - Providence, RI

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Outdoor grills, come in a variety of sizes from a mini to extra-large. Whichever size you choose, grills can give you an fun outdoor cooking experience. Learn to cook several foods at once or experiment with baking and roasting on them too.

But of course, to get the most from your grill, you need to know how to take care of them so they can last for many years. Below are tips on how to keep your grills in mint condition even after several seaspms.

COVER
Obviously, grills are for cooking outside. However, leaving them exposed to the weather is not a great idea, all grills should be covered. Grill covers are available in different sizes, styles, and shapes to protect them. Use a grill mat underneath the grill to catch grease and debris while cooking.

CLEAN
Your grill needs regular, thorough cleaning. It is recommended that you clean it every after five uses and get rid of dirt and debris. More importantly, clean the part of the grill where the air and gas mix to feed the burner. This part is vulnerable to be the hideout for insects when the grill is not in use. Even a small obstruction in the tube can become hazardous. The parts of a grill can easily be cleaned with soapy water, or replaced when necessary.

CAUTION
Your grill should be carefully stored as well. Remember to never place a grill in a garage or any other flammable, covered area. Always keep it at least 10 feet away from the house or parked vehicles.

For more information on outdoor grills, contact The Fireplace Showcase.

Get the Most out of Your Gas Grill or Charcoal Grill – Providence, RI

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, May 15, 2014

The snow and ice storms of winter are gone, which means it's time to get your gas grill or charcoal grill ready for the new season! Memorial Day Weekend is coming which, for many, marks the start of the grilling season.

Cooking on a grill is one of the best parts of the summer. BBQ lovers anticipate this time of the year. But as you dust off your grill for the first spring cookout, you might find it messy and rusty. Often people forget to clean their grill at the end of the season, making it harder to clean off in the spring.

Getting your grill ready should be the number priority before grilling season starts. Some common grill problems in MA and RI include broken burners, cracked drip pans, damaged igniters, gas leaks, peeling paint, poor heat distribution, and rusty cooking grates.

When you need a new gas grill before your Memorial Day get-together, Head to the Fireplace Showcase. Gas and charcoal grills can be portable, stand-alone, or built-in. There are many to choose from in all types of sizes and styles to meet every family’s needs.

Get the best from your new grill. If you have questions about gas grills and charcoal grills, contact The Fireplace Showcase.

Grill Out with the Red Sox on Game Day

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 29, 2011

For all you sports fans out there who spend more time tailgating in the back yard rather than in the lot, have you seen the team grill? Route for the Red Sox by outfitting your back yard patio with a team grill. Just in time for opening week, you’ll be the talk among fans.

The Team Grill Patio Series ALL-STAR is the high-end gas grill designed specifically for sports fans. Combining professional-grade cooking capabilities with officially licensed logo and colors of your favorite team, Team Grill creates a one-of-a-kind grilling experience for game day and every day. The finish cleans easily with soap and water and is designed to withstand the high-heat of the grill as well as the weather.

Team Grill is the premier manufacturer of professional-quality gas grills for sports fans. Our products combine the cooking capabilities of high-end grills with the look of your favorite sports teams, so you can show your team spirit and make every day game day. Team Grill products are available through the Fireplace Showcase. Call or visit us today.

The Big Green Egg Charcoal Grills

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 22, 2011

The grilling season is about to begin, and the Big Green Egg is a grill that is different than your traditional charcoal grill. The grill is ceramic which introduces a whole new element in heat retention. The capacity to withhold heat is one of the most important factors to produce the best charcoal grilling results. It allows for flavor and aroma retention.
 
It got its name because it is shaped like an egg, the Big Green Egg can precisely cook meals whether you're slow cooking or searing. Besides being a grill, it can also be used as an oven which can cook homemade pizza, bread and pies or it can be used as a smoker.It also maintains the natural juiciness of the food and the release of the food's natural flavors.
 
The Egg has 4 different sizes to accommodate any need, ranging in diameter from 24” down to 13”. The Big Green Egg is the World's Best Smoker and Grill, giving it unmatched cooking flexibility. Whether you want to tackle high temperature, quick searing for the perfect rare steak, cook a whole chicken at a more moderate temperature, or tenderize a low-and-slow ten-hour brisket, you just can't beat the EGG when it comes to effortless cooking and sensational eating. Come see one at Fireplace Showcase.


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