Smoke Canyon Five-Burner Propane Grill with Side Fryer
- Powerful five burner propane grill with side fryer for wonderful cooking versatility
- Five stainless steel burners crank out up to 60,000 BTUs of cooking power
- 826 sq. in. of cooking space over primary cooking area
- 12,000 BTU side burner with 6.5 quart aluminum pot and strainer basket for frying and boiling
- Porcelain coated cast iron cooking grates for pro quality searing and heat retention
- Tough steel construction
- Appliance style cart with two doors
- Lid-mounted thermometer
- Locking casters for easy moving and secure placement
Manufacturer model #: GR2002401-SC.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 Fryer too hot! Been looking for a grill with a fryer for a long time and finally found it, but! The fryer gets way too hot (400 + degrees) on the lowest setting with one gallon of oil in it. Have to watch the temp and turn it off and on to keep it at 350 to 375 to not burn the food. The grill did not go over 425 degrees with all burners on high with the lid down. Ran it for about an hour and would not get hotter. I live in South Dakota and it was cool, 40 degrees out so will try again when it's warmer. I still love this grill with a side fryer but just have to watch the heat. November 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 I Love This Grill!!! I bought this grill about 9 months ago and love it!!! Easy to assemble, extremely sturdy, and has lots of space. There isnt anywhere for the grease to become trapped and and rust the bottom out. I've owned several grills in my time and this one is by far the best!! October 28, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by GWB1 Poor design This grill is the the most disappointing purchase I have made in a long time. I was able to assemble the grill in abour an hour and a half it was not because the instructions were helpful. It produces adequate andevenly distributed heat, but imagine my surprise when all the drippings, that on most grills run into the drip pan, ran duwn the leg and onto my patio. July 23, 2012
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A:Best Way is with a Brass Brush.
On Gas Grills, you will want to turn your flames to low as soon as you are done cooking and removed the food. Brush the grill grates with a brass bristle brush for about 10 seconds to remove any large food, do not scrape the grill with a scraper since it may remove the porcelain coating. Turn grill back up to “high” setting until the smoke stops to burn off any remaining food residue. Turn off the burner. Brush the grill grates clean again with a brass wire grill brush. Spray the grates with vegetable oil to loosen any food particles that may still be stuck on the grate. Once loosened by the oil, the particles will fall below the grates and will be burned the next time you grill. In addition, you might check online under Google or Look at videos for further instructions on how to clean porcelain grill grates. Thanks
A:This Grill will come with a Flame Tamers, Cooking Grates, and Warming Rack.
Step 22. Open the grill lid. Secure each Flame Tamer (3) over each burner by placing it between the slots. Properly align each of the Cooking Grates (2) along the inserts as shown in the diagram below. Place the Warming Rack (1) into the grill as displayed below.
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Details:I don't need to convert it right now, but i do have a natural gas line on the back of my house. When I build my deck, I'd really like to be able to convert this grill over to natural gas.
A:Manufacturer warrants this Product to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for a period of Ninety (90) days from the date of purchase, PROVIDED claims are submitted, in writing, with proof of purchase.
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A:No need, these cookers cook like an oven & there is no need to rotate your food.
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