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Cuisinart CGG-200 All-Foods 12,000-BTU Tabletop Gas Grill
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- Modular grill-surface system. The panels securely connect to the grill, yet remove quickly and easily for cleaning and storage. Removable drip tray
- 12,000-BTU tabletop gas grill with stainless-steel burner
- Twist-start ignition for easy start-ups; porcelain enamel-coated cast-iron cooking grate
- Folding side shelves; temperature gauge; propane tank not included
- Measures approximately 19-4/5 by 27-4/5 by 12-4/5 inches
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Cuisinart All-Foods Tabletop Grill
This portable grill delivers the heat you need to cook the foods you love
The built-in hood thermometer gives precise readings so you can control the heat more easily.
A twist-to-start ignition makes it easy to light. The temperature dial controls the intensity of the flame.
Fold-out side shelves will hold plates, tools and spices, and then fold back in when not in use.
It's compact enough to use on a picnic table but large enough to feed six to eight people.
All the power of a large grill in a convenient size that can go anywhere
More features than many large grills
The Cuisinart All-Foods portable tabletop grill is engineered to generate more heat than many large grills. It features 12,000 BTU stainless steel burners, panels that distribute heat evenly, and a porcelain enameled cast iron cooking grate. It heats up fast and recovers quickly after opening the cover to check or rotate food. You will get amazing results when grilling chicken, roasts, steak, hamburgers, or seafood and fish.
Perfect for small decks and balconies
If you love the capacity of a large grill but don't have room for one, the Cuisinart All-Foods portable tabletop grill is the perfect choice for you. It's ideal for small decks, balconies and patios, and can be placed on a table or stand. It's a compact size that can grill all foods, from fresh vegetables to bread and pizza, hamburgers and steak, roasts, seafood, fish, and more. It makes a great gift for anyone who loves to grill.
Grill like a professional
The double-wall stainless steel cover distributes heat evenly to help you get outstanding results like a pro. To get perfect grill marks, heat the Cuisinart All-Foods portable tabletop grill to 400°. Then place the food on the hot grate and leave it alone for about four minutes or until it releases easily from the grate. The key is to not flip the food but to leave it alone until it has finished searing.
Sets up quickly and easily
Folding stainless steel side shelves
Two stainless steel shelves fold out to provide ample space for a plate or condiments. When the grill is cool they conveniently fold back under the cover for storage.
Porcelain enamel grate
The porcelain enamel cast iron grate distributes heat evenly so there are no cold spots.
A great tabletop grill for small spaces
The Cuisinart All-Foods portable tabletop grill can cook any food beautifully and easily. It's ideal for small balconies and tiny homes, camping, picnics, tailgating and more.
- Twist-to-start ignition eliminates matches.
- Porcelain enamel cast iron cooking grate.
- Two folding side shelves.
- 240 square inch cooking grate.
- Handle stays cool to the touch.
- Sturdy painted steel base.
|All-Foods Grill Cover||Deluxe Stainless Steel Grill Set||Non-Stick Nacho Grilling Platter||Non-Stick Grill Wok|
|Discover More Cuisinart Grilling Essentials||A waterproof cover that's made to fit the Cuisinart All-Foods Gas Grill.||14-piece set made for the professional grill master. Includes metal case.||Make nachos on the grill! Shape keeps cheese and juices on the platter.||Perforated design allows moisture to drain as foods absorb smoky flavors.|
The Cuisinart All Foods Gas Grill is a Versatile cooking system that expertly grills fine foods. Solid grilling performance provided from a 12,000 BTU stainless steel loop burner, a heat distributing panel, and a porcelain enamel coated cast iron cooking grate. The grill is compact in size, making it ideal for smaller yards and patios, and with folding stainless steel shelves and carry handles, is convenient to carry to the game or beach. The All Foods Gas Grill features Cuisinart’s unique Versatile Modular Grill Surface system, which is a series of interchangeable specialized grill surfaces suited to frequently grilled foods, such as veggies, breads & pizzas, and delicate foods. The panels mate securely to the cooking surface, yet remove quickly and easily for cleaning and storage. Other features include a precision temperature gauge and a twist start ignition system.
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I looked at the reviews on Amazon and others and thought I had made a good choice with this grill. Then I noticed sever posts saying good design but cheaply made in China. I don't think things made in China are necessarily bad but this thing is a low end piece of crap :-) sorry.
Below is a picture of what I did with this grill after it's 3rd use and second breakdown during a recent RV trip. The trip was great. Thanks Lincoln State Park for having a dumpster near by. Move on... you'll thank me later.
Edit: After using this thing for about 6 months it broke on me. I was changing out the propane tank and the valve that transfers the gas from the tank to the burner snapped in two. There was no heavy force applied at all it just seems like a weak point in design and got brittle after heavy use. I'll be contacting Cuisinart customer care tomorrow to see if they can send me a replacement part or something.
Edit2: Customer service was VERY helpful and stated they'd send me a new regulator at no cost. I emailed them the attached picture and my address with a copy of my Amazon invoice. So hopefully I'll be grilling again soon!
As far as the cooking goes, so far so good. On full blast with the lid closed, it does not take too long to kick over 400 degrees. To me that means the burner has sufficient power and size for searing steaks, etc. But generally I prefer to cook more slowly, particularly chicken. At about 1/3 up from the lowest setting, the temp gauge on the lid was reading about 225 after being closed for 5 minutes, and would again be at that level every time I went back to turn the food. The heat seems to be fairly evenly distributed too.
All in all, I can say that so far I am satisfied with the grill. The swing-out side trays are handy, and the entire thing seems to be sturdy enough for a portable unit.
So why not 5 stars? Well, even though I think that the materials are sufficient for this type of grill, where the one I received was lacking was in assembly and fit. More specifically, the factory-assembled parts were not tight. I got out my tools and went over every nut, bolt, and screw. One was extremely loose, and at least half of the others were insufficiently torqued. Add in one additional problem: The holes provided for attaching the main part of the grill to the legs section were not matched to the studs (back) and the threaded capture-nuts (front). I had to open one of them up about 1/8" with a file, so that I could complete the assembly.
I'll be back with an update after I use this for a while. My prior portable grill was used for a long time, and parts can't be found anymore. I hope the Cuisinart gives service as good.
Had to come back and update the review. This grill is working Very Well for me! The heat seems to be even enough, except for directly over the four holes near the edges of the burner shield. Putting something directly over those will often create a sizzled spot, so I work around them.
Cautions would include a bit about this being hungrier for fuel than the last portable grille I used. And when the small tanks go empty, you food will obviously stop cooking. Eventually I'll get an adapter hose for the big tank. When there is a buildup of grease and drippings on the pan and inside the base, the unit is easy to disassemble on top for cleaning. I was starting to get a few fires, so a cleanup was in order yesterday.
But so far, I have to say that I am happy with the Cuisinart. I was concerned about the grill surface being cast iron, as I was used to chrome or stainless. But it seasoned in perfectly and is showing zero tendency to rust. The regulator works well to adjust heat levels for different foods. Last night it was tenderloins, a few days before was Salmon fillets. I would definitely recommend this grill. Just tighten up all of the hardware when it is first set up, then start cooking!
Assembly was a pain. Needed my wife's help in order to put the grill on the stand. There is some chain hanging off the left side that is not mentioned in the manual and I have no idea of its purpose.
Following the directions, I attempted to heat the grill for 15 minutes on high to break it in. NO LUCK. The electronic ignition did not work. I removed the grill and burner cover and no spark was produced when attempting to light it. It lighted easily with a long fireplace lighter. I will be calling Cuisinart tomorrow.
Also, this grill is affected by wind. When doing the break in, I noticed the temperature varying 125 degrees. Whenever a slight breeze came up the temp dropped. When the breeze subsided, the temp continued to climb. But it never got over 500 degrees and the gauge goes to 600 degrees. I was able to cook perfectly around 350 to 400 degrees.
I also ordered the hose to connect to a 20lb tank and that worked fine as does the cover (sold separately).