New grill purchase Flat Rock, Phoenix, or something el

ExxWhyAugust 25, 2002

Looking to buy a new grill. Saw a Holland at the local fair the other day and it looked very nice, but it seems after further investigation, the Holland will cook too slow for my purposes. Found the Phoenix and Flat Rock brands, and they both use the indirect heating method, but are capable of higher heat. Anyone out there have either of these brands? (www.phoenixgrill.com and www.flatrockgrill.com ) Is there something else out there I should be looking at in the $1000 price range?

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You can't go wrong with a Holland. I have the Legacy and would buy no other grill. Just plan your time for cooking and follow the plan. The food is just great.

    Bookmark   August 26, 2002 at 10:31AM
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