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Fire Sense Small Yakatori Charcoal Grill
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- Handmade clay construction
- Adjustable ventilation
- Large cooking surface
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|Item Dimensions||7.25 x 10.75 x 0 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||60449|
|Shipping Weight||15.75 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
Spending time with the ones you love most is the best part of life. Extending the life of your outdoor living space with comfort, quality and style to continue that time throughout the year, is our purpose through Fire Sense and Patio Sense.
We believe that focusing on quality and innovative designs will bring not only warmth to your home, but style, luxury and value. You'll find peace of mind with our unmatched customer service and minimum one-year guarantee. All of our product lines, which include patio heaters, patio furniture, fire pits, charcoal BBQ grills and more, are designed in the United States and manufactured around the globe.
For centuries the Japanese have recognized ceramic as the most efficient material for grill construction. The factory-grade ceramic evenly distributes the heat for a more efficient use of charcoal and faster cooking time for a juicy and tender meal every time
Ventilation and Size
The adjustable ventilation found in the front of the grill, gives you the ability to control the heat that's let in and change your cooking temperatures. Measuring at 11.43" diameter and 7.49" height, the Small Yakatori Grill is great for small patios, picnics and tailgating on the go.
The addition of the lip on the grill will hold your hot dogs or kabobs in place while cooking. The side clips will also keep your grill in place on top of the ceramic body.
The Small Yakatori Charcoal Grill is a genuine Japanese style table top BBQ that is the perfect size for a small family or BBQing on the go yet still large enough to grill 4 burgers on the round cooking area.
Top Customer Reviews
To make authentic-tasting yakitori, the key is to use lump hardwood charcoal, rather than briquettes. If you can, fancy binchotan is awesome, but regular grocery store lump charcoal will work fine; you just have to refill more often. The combination of good charcoal and high heat reflection from the clay makes perfect grilled skewers. For best results, stick to 8" skewers, which are the perfect size for this grill. I usually just sprinkle kosher salt, nothing else, and my friends love it, though I have a pretty decent tare sauce going, too.
Please note that this grill is really set up for skewer grilling. Because of the high heat and long, narrow shape, you can keep a pretty good stream of skewers coming (I've fed five people, including myself, with no complaints). However, if you are trying to cook foods that need more time, such as burgers, this grill is probably not your best choice. Look up yakitori on wikipedia for more info and inspiration.
The folks that sell this grill are good, too. When mine arrived, I was disappointed to find that my fire grate for the bottom had cracked in shipping. 123Stores responded to my email within minutes and sent a new grate on the same day. I suppose that ordering clay items through the mail is risky, but these guys stood by their product and made things right. I couldn't be happier.
The importer has been paying attention and the current version comes with a grid that has a small vertical 'fence' around the edge of the grid AND tabs pointing down that keep the grid from sliding around.n The rest of the world seems fine cooking on a straight grid but for the USA we now have tabs.
There were no plastic parts on mine.
The charcoal grate has been upgraded to slightly different design and appears to be made of a stronger material.
And for those who think diatomaceous earth is a disadvantage I offer the following post from the Chefs Armory blog:
The Shichirin was a purpose built cooking stove in Japan which was fired by charcoal. They are small, round and moulded from a type of clay (though you can find some ceramic). The best Shichirin are made from diatomaceous earth which have natural thermal insulating properties.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The clay collected condensation,even tho it was under cover and fell apart before it could be used!!Published 8 days ago by Pauline Rohde
Well built, portable, perfect outdoor tabletop. Just what I wanted,Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
This thing is awesome, but can be greatly improved with a searing grate instead of the original grilling surface. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
I got rid of my big Weber gas grill and went back to charcoal when the kids left.
It really does not take any more time. I use 10 oz of charcoal per burn. Read more