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Adjustable grilling grate??

Posted by fredmertz (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 3, 12 at 8:22

I am looking for a covered charcoal grill with an adjustable height grill grate. Had one years ago that had a ratcheting handle that raised the cooking surface. The grilling surface could even be rotated. Many thanks for any help locating one.


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RE: Adjustable grilling grate??

I have not seen a rotating grid charcoal grill in years and by no means does that mean they do not exist.

Lots of adjustable cooking grate varieties on the market one offerd by Kingsford with a crank up cooking grate which works some what like a high end Hasty Bake which in my opinion is the gold standard in the crank up grate variety.

Another nice option that I have seen and own 4 gas grills from this company is the Holland Patriot. Has a trap door arrangement that makes adding coal a breeze. Service and support from Holland is awesome in my opinion.

I know you want an adjustable cooking grate but you have to consider you might not like what you see or that might be the case already. In the non adjusting charcoal world you see multiple Weber Kettles around and I have one of those also and its a great cooker. I also have a new addition to my herd a PK grill which has a non adjusting cooking grate. The PK is small but has some really good temp control with the 4 adjustable dampers. Just did a rack of ribs on it the other day and they came out as moist and tasty as the ones I do on a BGE.


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RE: Adjustable grilling grate??

Google "Santa Maria Grill". Check out the images.


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