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  • Now Available: The Latest Napoleon Grills

    Napoleon Grills

    What makes Napoleon grills unique?

    Premium grills can be expensive, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t quality to be had at lower price points, as well. Napoleon offers premium grills for customers on a tighter budget while still offering a marked upgrade over anything found at a big box store.

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  • Delta Heat Grills: Updated for 2019

    What makes Delta Heat grills special?

    A premium grill is more than just a utilitarian appliance designed to cook food—it’s the foundation of a great outdoor kitchen. If you want to create a unique space to entertain friends and family, you’ll need products you’re proud of. This is where Delta Heat comes in.

    Delta Heat grills offer a luxurious, no-frills design to suit any cooking style, entertaining style, and outdoor décor. Even better, Delta Heat products offer the versatility to meet your needs with a full line of matching grills, storage, and other cooking accessories.

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  • The Best Grills for 2019

    Best Grills for 2019

    Bring in the new year with a premium grill.

    It’s hard to believe 2019 is only a few short weeks away, but it’s true. To help you get ready for the new year, we’ve put together a list of some of our best grills. Keep reading to check out the list of some of our favorites at KickAssGrills.com.

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  • Smoking Basics: How to Smoke a Turkey

    Smoked Turkey

    Thanksgiving Turkey at its Finest

    It’s turkey time again, and this year why not smoke your turkey? Smoking a turkey is not as difficult as it appears, in fact - in many ways, it’s much simpler to smoke your turkey than the traditional oven roasted bird.

    There are several ways to enhance your turkey, from brining to basting (and I’d highly recommend brining your bird), but today let’s look at the easiest way to smoke a turkey: a simple spatchcocked turkey.

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  • Classic Italian: How to Make Grilled Panzanella Salad

    Grilled Panzanella Salad

    A simple recipe with a rich heritage

    The Tuscany region of Italy is famous for its simple yet flavorful cuisine. Panzanella is no exception. This classic Italian salad makes use of stale, crusty bread pan fried in olive oil and garlic—think croutons—and mixes it with delicious fresh vegetables.

    Panzanella makes a great side dish for plenty of meals. Its fresh and light flavor also makes it an excellent summer entree when you're looking for a meal that won't weigh you down.

    In this new twist on an old favorite, we've forgone pan frying the bread. Instead, we've chose to grill it to a nice, toasty dark brown right alongside our fresh veggies. This gives the dish a bold, roasted flavor that compliments the vegetables very nicely.

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  • Luxury and Performance Combine in Hestan Grills

    A Grill for Cooks with a Flair for Style

    Grills are often seen as utilitarian pieces. They’re made to do one job, and--if they’re sold at Spotix.com--they'll do it very well. For some, though, this isn’t enough. They want their toys to have style. For these discerning grillers, Hestan has created a full line of grills that are more than just cookware--they're a statement piece.

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  • How to Grill a Bone-In Ribeye

    Bone-in Ribeye

    A perfect meal for date night—or any other night!

    Preparing a restaurant-quality steak doesn't have to be an intimidating process. With a little prep work, anyone can create a delicious steak that's sure to impress.

    Before beginning, you'll want to read through this entire recipe at least once. This will give you a better idea when to start your steaks on the grill so they finish at the same time as your red beef reduction—no one wants a delicious steak with a cold sauce.

    Read on if you're ready to up your grilling game!

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  • Blaze Grills: An Affordable Introduction to High-End Grilling

    A Worthy Option for Any BBQ Lover

    Since being introduced on our website, Blaze Grills have quickly become one of our best-selling brands - and for good reason. These grills offer an excellent balance between premium quality and affordable cost. We’ve put together this primer to help you decide if one of these great grills is right for your outdoor kitchen.

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  • An Introduction to Everdure

    Everdure Main

    Overview

    Everdure products are now available at KickAssGrills.com. These grills and grill accessories offer a unique alternative to more traditional barbecue grills, but are they right for you? Check out this helpful guide we’ve put together to help you decide.

    Background

    Everdure grills are the culmination of thoughtful design, premium engineering, and collaboration from one of the world’s top chefs, Heston Blumenthal, to create a grilling experience unlike any other. With 20 years professional culinary experience, Blumenthal incorporated his favorite cooking techniques into the design of these grills for what he considers to be “a 3 Michelin star barbecue range.”

    These grills take a traditional product and add a contemporary aesthetic to create products that are both high-performing and aesthetically pleasing. Both charcoal and gas units are available to cater to all segments of the outdoor grilling market.
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  • Seared Tuna on a Himalayan Salt Block

    It's late November, Thanksgiving is looming and the winter weather has arrived early. But those of us who love to grill will still find a way to get outside and cook up something special, even if the weather is less than ideal. With that being said, the weather does pose a challenge - the colder temps inhibit the high heat searing we all love from our grills. An easy solution? A salt block. Salt blocks are great to use any time of the year, indoors or out, but they're perfectly suited for these colder temperatures and to use on your grill. Think cast iron - the lovely black pans that last for generations and are so heavy they just sear so well. The same principle holds true with a salt block - it's so heavy, thermally speaking (and by weight, of course) that it retains heat extremely well, which in turn will allow it to sear extremely well.

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