Get GrillGrates and the GrateTool for Superior Grilling, Starting NOW!

I found GrillGrates at the recent Housewares Show in Chicago and asked to try them.  Last week, I did just that and, no surprise, they’re grate, er, great!

GrillGrates are raised rails that sit on top of your grill’s existing grates. Their unique shape provides benefits you just have to take my word on, at least until you get your own and experience this remarkable product’s benefits for yourself.

If you’ve ever tried and failed to get that steakhouse searing without charring and burning, you’ll love GrillGrates.

If you want juicier and tenderer foods from juices sizzling below, yet without the big flare-ups, you’ll love GrillGrates.

If you would like to easily, successfully grill fish and veggies, even fruit you dare not try on your existing grate, you will LOVE GrillGrates as I do.

If you’d like to be adventurous AND successful cooking delicious pizzas, yes pizzas on your grill, even breakfast pizzas, you just have to get GrillGrates!  The GrateTool makes it eeeeeeeeeasy to pick up that pizza, as well as burgers and all the other delicate foods otherwise tough to pick up from the grill, even your regular grill using your existing tools. The GrateTool is the perfect accompaniment to the GrillGrates.  You’ll see why the first time you use yours.

     

Camping or picnicking using their grill?  Bring your GrillGrates for that at-home excellent GrillGrates experience.

Their unique design presented a challenge to the designer:  How to get burgers, delicate fish, pizzas and veggies off the GrillGrates?  Challenge solved!  Using the GrateTool, it’s easy!

Coated with RealEase, this breakthrough coating makes for easy clean up, too.  Fish, veggies, pasta and lean meats DO NOT STICK.  Clean up so easy. Just let the GrillGrates cool, and either wipe with a cloth or paper towel when just a little warm, or leave the GrillGrates in place and do it the next time you fire up the grill after just a few moments, enough time so the GrillGrates are just beginning to heat up.

GrillGrates’ design provides a new, better surface for your grilling.  Elliptical holes are at the base of the GrillGrates.  Fats and juices burn off the rails and fall through the holes.  As the juiced burn, they flavor the food above.

The RealEase surface is designed to be used at lower temperatures.   Read the directions and learned it’s best used at what I would call medium heat, up to about 550º.  Even at that temperature, the GrillGrates transfer heat and cook the way I like it (and the way you’ll like it, too).  With limited time, I tried chicken, slathered with sauce.  Mmmmm, great!  Unlike the mess I usually experience, there were fewer flare-ups and easy clean up.  I also made delicious tri-tips (some of you may not get this cut in your area). In short, I’m sold.  At the Housewares Show I watched their excellent, compelling booth demo. Now, I can’t wait to get back from the road to try pizza, starting from one of those pre-made pizza doughs in the market’s refrigerated section.  They showed me it’s so easy – just add something as simple as Ragu, lots of cheese and other toppings, and, well, it’s really easy.  I saw in their demo how easy it is to make great pizza.  I know I’m going to grill veggies and fruit, too.  I love fish, but would not have tried salmon or delicate Orange Roughy and Sole on my Weber gas grill before I got my GrillGrates.  Trout on the grill?  You bet!  I’ll do that soon, too.

So simple. So smart. That’s GrillGrates and the GrateTool.  Ready? Get grilling, with GrillGrates.  A pair of GrillGrates with RealEase, one GrateTool and more, is just $70. .  More info and ordering are here. And from Amazon!

In short, I’m sold.  At the Housewares Show I watched their excellent, compelling booth demo. Now, I can’t wait to get back from the road to try pizza, starting from one of those pre-made pizza doughs in the market’s refrigerated section.  They showed me it’s so easy – just add something as simple as Ragu, lots of cheese and other toppings, and, well, it’s really easy.  I saw in their demo how easy it is to make great pizza.  I know I’m going to grill veggies and fruit, too.  I love fish, but would not have tried salmon or delicate Orange Roughy and Sole on my Weber gas grill before I got my GrillGrates.  Trout on the grill?  You bet!  Tried and delicious.

Now, there is an addition to the GrillGrates family. For those who would like to grill at high heat, the new anodized GrillGrates are here.  Hard-anodized surfaces are easy to clean with a wire brush and can stand the high heat that the original GrillGrates with RealEase coating cannot. The new product in kit form, which includes a Grate Tool and two GrillGrates, is only $60.  Individual anodized GrillGrates are $22.49 each.  I’ve decided to switch to this style because they require less tender loving care.  See this YouTube video that speaks about and explains how to season and care for the new anodized GrillGrates.

Take your choice of materials, with RealEase, requiring more careful attention to the temperature, or the new anodized design that is up to any temp thrown at it, but do get a set and let me know how much you love them!

More info and ordering are here.