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Steven Raichlen Best of Barbecue Cast Iron Tuscan BBQ Grill - 14 by 14 inches - SR8024
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- Sturdy cast iron construction
- Large cooking surface, 14-inch by 14-inch
- Screw on legs to use over fire
- Each leg measures 3.9 inches long
- Produces great grill marks
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|Material Type||Cast Iron|
|Package Height||1.6 x 14.5 x 17.1 inches|
|Shipping Weight||11.7 pounds|
Grilling authority, Steven Raichlen, host of the popular cooking series Barbecue University and author of the best-selling Barbecue Bible cookbook series, partnered with The Companion Group to create a fabulous line of innovative, versatile barbecue products including this Tuscan Grill.
Top Customer Reviews
I recently got back from a car camping trip, and it was awesome. it can be used as is, or you can place foil on top for a slower grill, or place a griddle on top for eggs and bacon and pancakes. Or you can wrap ribs in foil, place on this grill, and then wrap heavy duty foil over the entire dutch oven table to create a more oven like ambient heat environment. Great job Steve Raichlen. Awesome grill.
Everywhere I go when grilling, wind is a problem. So, for this unit, if you have the same issues I do, make sure you get a windscreen. The duo green 11" windscreen is good and portable, but my new favorite is the 12" wind screen on my dutch oven table.
Assuming you have that piece taken care of, the Steven Raichlen Tuscan grill rocks. Seriously rocks.
It's awesome that it's cast iron, and instead of a rounded or flat grill bar design, this uses a triangular tube design, much like a Toblerone chocolate. That makes some beautiful grill marks on pork cutlets and steaks. Wish all grills were designed this way.
The grill size at 14" x 14" is fantastic because it's just portable enough for car camping, and large enough to put a decent amount of meat to feed 4 at a time. Really a perfect size for portability and usability.
The leg height is just right too. Since you never know if you'll be on a small campfire or a dutch oven table, the short legs means that small wood fires and briquette coals both work well. That is a huge plus.
A lot of reviews mention that the screw treads get damaged really easily, and I'm really happy to have read those reviews.Read more ›
NOTE: Make sure that you season this accessory before using it or you will probably get a very unpleasant metallic taste. I coated the entire surface, including the removable legs, with a light film of melted shortening. I placed two baking pans lined with foil into a 350 degree oven and stood the grill upright on the sheets. I baked it for an hour, shut off the oven and went to bed. In the morning, it was cool and completely seasoned. After using it, I let it cool down and soaked it in hot water in the sink. Then I scraped it down with a plastic brush and repeated the seasoning process. This really isn't necessary but I do it just to add a stronger finish.
For prep (as other reviewers have mentioned), make sure to season this as you would with any cast iron cookware. I used vegetable shorting because I had it on hand, but you can use lard, olive oil, canola oil, etc.. to season (plenty of videos on youtube on how to season cast iron). The key is to use a nice thin coat. I used a pair of disposable latex gloves to make sure to get full coverage since this is not your typical flat surface. If you try to use paper towels, it absorbs the oil and you end up wasting a lot of the "seasoning" you're using... After that, I generally go with a 400 degree oven and keep it in there for an hour, then turn it off and let it get back to room temperature. I like to do 2-3 cycles and if you do that, you can just pull the grill grate out each hour and put another thin layer on it. Again, a very thin layer. If you try to use too much shortening/lard/oil during one cycle, you will ruin it. I cannot stress this enough :). I would do the grill legs and the grate lifter as well just to avoid them rusting in the future. Also, make sure to put foil in the bottom of your oven to catch any drippings. Or, better yet would be to use an outdoor grill for the seasoning process to avoid smoking up your house. It may seem like a hassle, but the benefit of seasoning right will make this think non-stick and cleanup very easy.Read more ›
The only reason I gave it 4 stars, instead of 5 is because the legs, are slightly uneven... very slighty. With that said, the grill still works great. On a camp fire, the legs wouldn't even be an issue. And even in my fire pit it works very nice.
Just being nit-picky.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
- purchased this mainly for achieving grill marks on my meats
- we place ours directly on a charcoal chimney
- performs that task perfectly
I love it. I cooked some steaks over a small firepit. There is no better way to cook. This grate is very solid and does a good job of cooking. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Brian J. Minton
This grill, though not hugh, works wonderfully. No complaints about the legs, mine attached securely. Surface held 2 dutch ovens, or 1 dutch oven/skillet and percolator pot. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Susan Conte
Great grill. Works perfectly in my wood fired oven. See photo. After reading other reviewers comments on the leg threads tending to strip I did not screw in all the way. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lynn E. Mccarthy
Very sturdy, well made grill. Will be using this while camping for the most part. It's solid and weighty cast iron. It will probably outlive me!Published 1 month ago by Twinkie
Love this product ! Replaced old BBQ grill grate with this one (without the legs) might order another one for camping too.Published 2 months ago by Belinda I Hair