Interest rises in performance grill
The new Frontier portable electric grill from Kenyon has eliminated the threat of flare-ups and restored safety to a users’ cooking experience.
So says Oliver Cook of UK and Ireland Kenyon distributor, Marathon Leisure, who explained that interest in the product is rising due to the use of charcoal grills being banned in many marinas, particularly in the US due to a high risk of hot ashes and sparks.
“Demand for a performance grill offering a virtually flameless and smokeless experience has never been higher, with many high-rise towers and marinas banning coal BBQs due to their anti-social and unsafe characteristics,” he said. “Coal BBQs also generate high levels of smoke and carbon monoxide which can - and has - caused fatalities.”
The new grill is a portable unit that users can carry onto a boat. There is also a trolley and a built-in version.
It is designed for indoor and outdoor use and made from the stainless steel.
There is no need for any extra ventilation as the grill does not produce any smoke, nor does it have a chance to create flare-ups.
“Kenyon grills look to ensure safety isn’t at the expense of good food and a good time,” added Oliver.
Kenyon grills will be on display at METSTRADE 2018.
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