GrillGrates now in the UK

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GrillGrates now in the UK

Postby Swindon_Ed » 04 Jan 2013, 14:31

I know these have been talked about in the past and they look great but difficult to get hold of.

Now i've seen someone in the UK is now selling them and has stock, and quite a decent price. I've also spoken to them and they'll be looking to import more BBQ products soon.

http://www.wishboxusa.com/categories/ho ... 5-kit.html
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Re: GrillGrates now in the UK

Postby philnewts » 04 Jan 2013, 18:50

They seem receptive to other import suggestions, so worth compiling a wish list maybe?
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Re: GrillGrates now in the UK

Postby edwray » 09 Apr 2013, 09:07

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Re: GrillGrates now in the UK

Postby Pecker » 09 Apr 2013, 09:42

Off the top of my head, the Smokenator comes up from time to time, and Kingsford Briquettes are mentioned quite often, too.

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Re: GrillGrates now in the UK

Postby Chris__M » 03 May 2013, 19:35

I bought a set of GrillGrates for my Kamado, but was curious how they would work on my pellet grill.

I've read of them being used in various ways on such a grill - conventionally, just placing them on top of the normal grate; or placing it on top of the drip tray (for more direct heat). However, I threw caution to the wind, removed both the heat deflector and the drip tray, then replaced the grate, with the GrillGrates on top.

This meant the GrillGrates were getting direct flame from the firebox, at the risk of a little grease dropping through. I wouldn't do a long cook like this, but for a couple of steaks or hamburgers, I thought it wouldn't do any harm.

The result - a really nice hamburger, juicy, and with good grill marks. No mess that I can see underneath, at all - it looks like any grease hitting the GrillGrates didn't last long enough to drip.
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Re: GrillGrates now in the UK

Postby BBQ_Dave » 23 Jan 2014, 16:00

Thanks for the link - I tried contacting them (GG) about this via twitter but no response.
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Re: GrillGrates now in the UK

Postby Mj2k » 25 Jan 2014, 16:53

Interested in these for my Weber gasser


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Re: GrillGrates now in the UK

Postby keith157 » 29 Jan 2014, 14:37

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Re: GrillGrates now in the UK

Postby BadBoyzofBBQ » 29 Jan 2014, 18:44

www.amazon.co.uk also do them
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