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Cuisinart CGG-220 Everyday Portable Gas Grill, Green
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- Portable gas grill designed for backyard use, camping, tailgating, and more
- 240-square-inch porcelain-enamel cast-iron grill grate offers plenty of grilling space
- Single 15,000 BTU burner with TwistStart electric ignition and precision temperature gauge
- Pair of removable 10-by-10-inch side tables; heat-resistant stainless-steel lid handle
- Measures 26 x 18 x 19 inches in transport mode; weighs less than 40 pounds
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Enjoy great grilling performance every time you grill with the Cuisinart Everyday portable gas grill. The 15,000 BTU grill is designed to accommodate all your grilling and entertaining needs, whether you're camping, tailgating, hosting friends, or simply cooking dinner for your family.
Powerful Yet Portable
The 240-square-inch porcelain-enamel cast-iron grill grate accommodates plenty of food at once, with space for up to 10 burgers, eight stakes, or eight chicken breasts. The grill is a breeze to start, with a reliable TwistStart electric ignition that brings the stainless-steel loop burner to life. The precision temperature gauge, meanwhile, allows you to cook at the proper temperature every time. The grill is ideal for smaller groups, as the single-burner design heats up faster and uses less propane than a full-size grill.
Grill Anywhere, Anytime
The Everyday grill promises to handle all your portable grilling needs whether you're on vacation, camping, or tailgating at the ballgame. Yet the grill's high-performance design also excels in the backyard, so you don't need to buy one full-size and a second "disposable" grill to take on the road. The Everyday is smartly designed to handle it all. Weighing less than 40 pounds, the grill packs up quickly and carries to any social venue where fine grilled food is on the menu. The grill measures 40 by 19 by 18 inches when in grilling mode and 26 by 18 by 19 inches when in transport mode. It comes with two integrated handles for easy carrying.
Built to Last
The Everyday grill is built for the grill connoisseur who appreciates finer design and durable, quality construction. The grill is highlighted by its colorful green enamel-coated steel lid and sturdy one-piece welded grill base. The lid keeps the elements out and helps the grill maintain even temperatures by reducing heat loss during grilling. Made of porcelain enamel-coated steel, the base elevates the grill and holds everything together at an appropriate grilling height.
The grill comes with two removable 10-by-10-inch side tables that offer valuable countertop prep space for tools, food, and beverages. The trays are strong enough to hold large, heavy trays of food, unlike the trays on many portable grills. The grill also includes a heat-resistant stainless-steel lid handle, dependable cast-aluminum lid end-caps, and a heavy-duty porcelain enamel-coated flame tamer. The flame tamer's solid metal plate is designed with enough thickness to withstand the high temperatures emitted by the burner and the juicy, fatty drippings from your food.
Everyday Home Grilling
The grill is designed to take 14.1- and 16.4-ounce bottled LP gas canisters, but also works with a 20-pound LP tank when paired with the Cuisinart 20-pound adapter hose (sold separately). Because the grill is smaller than full-size grills, it doesn't waste space or propane on extra grilling areas and burners. The grill fits comfortably on most patio tables, or docks on the Cuisinart folding grill stand (sold separately) for compact upright grilling at full height. Grillers can also purchase a Cuisinart grill cover to protect the grill when not in use.
Top Customer Reviews
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This grill is a little more difficult to assemble, several parts are made from steel that will corrode and the grease pan is a little difficult to remove. There is a enamel cover that sits on top of the gas pipe that tends to collect grease. Be sure sure to clean the cover after each use or you can get a small grease fires. The cover is secured with a cotter pin that I leave off for convenience. The sideboards were difficult to snap in place and they will be easily bent when you go to remove them move and transport the grill or take it camping. With a few design changes this could be a much better gill.
UPDATE: 4/12/13 - Grill used for a large Relay-for-Life event to cook 25 hamburgers and 40 brats. This grill puts out the BTUs. Not sure why my grill was volunteered for this but I was the lucky guy who had to clean the grill afterward. Amazingly easy to clean.Read more ›
So, i got out my electric drill and drilled 4 1/2" holes into the bottom. Hopefully next trip the grease will now drain the way it should!
Overall this is a good grill, i managed to get it for around $125 shipped.
pros - solid thick metal construction
light enough for pretty easy mobility
15,000 btu is plenty hot, heats quickly
very sleek design
side holders are nice and can be removed and cleaned easily
very easy assembly
cons - does not drain grease thoroughly because of design flaw
does not heat evenly
a little pricey
Full review: It's hard to beat Weber when it comes to grills. That is clearly seen when looking at the Cuisinart CGG-220.
I am a Cuisinart fan, and own (and enjoy) several of their kitchen appliances. On the plus side, this grill follows the traditional Cuisinart model of attractive design. It's very nice looking, and I love the handle design! However, in this case beauty is not much more than skin deep.
The overall quality of construction is definitely below that of a Weber (I have the Q100, but have used other Weber portables over the years as well). The Weber grates, lid, hinges and other critical parts are more solid that the Cuisinart. That's not to say the Cuisinart is junk, but just that the Weber feels (and is) more solid.
Setup was straightforward with the usual assembly needed. The instructions provided were clear and easy to follow.
As with most portable grills, this runs on the small bottles of propane. That's an ideal solution for portability and convenience, but not the best in terms of cost per use. You can also get a separate attachment to hook the grill to the more economical 20 pound tanks (it is not included with the grill, so I can't speak to how well that works).
No problems with lighting the grill. The threading where the propane bottle attaches was not as well machined as it should have been, which made attaching the bottle a little more difficult than on the Weber.
Actual usage, however, is where the Weber really pulls ahead.Read more ›
Assembly was quick and done within 10 minutes of unboxing it. The styling and size is very similar to my other one and that makes it very easy to take with me. It is a bit on the heavy side so be cautious on moving it, I didn't let my Mom when she tried to pick it up. I appreciate the removable side tables that snap on to this; now I finally have a place to set my plate and grill utensils. It performs like most gas grills and I haven't had any temperature problems. It does have a good size grill plate which allows you to cook more that most portables. I had 6 burgers, 6 hot dogs and a couple chicken breasts all grilling at the same time without any overcrowding problems. The only downfall is clean up. While not impossible, the grease catch is a bit difficult to access for cleaning, but I've found lining it with heavy duty foil is a good idea.
Overall I like this grill. It's definitely sturdier, larger and more attractive than the standard portable grill, but I do think that the current selling price is a bit high. It would be much more attractive if it were in the $130-$140 range.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I LOVE this grill! I go camping quite frequently, and already have a one propane grill (small), a single, and a double propane burner. Read morePublished 12 days ago by James A. Sinclair Jr.
Cheap! We had purchased the previous model and were quite pleased with the construction. We took the older one down to our Condo in FL and bought this as a replacement. A mistake! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dennis
I bought this about two months ago and it works very well---nice grill marks and even heat. It was easy to assemble too. Read morePublished 6 months ago by S. Landburg
This is actually our second purchase of this grill (due to a weather mishap that knocked the grill off the table). We love it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by cgoblack