Primo Ceramic Grill
The Primo ceramic grill is a very high end kamado style ceramic grill
. Like its counterparts at Big Green Egg, Grill Dome and others, it is an advanced ceramic which has outstanding heat and moisture retention, making it super efficient. Precise temperature control is easy and the food produced is juicy and succulent.
But most good ceramic grills have all these characteristics. What is unique or different about the Primo grill? Well, a few things. In fact, it has some features that may just put it at the top of the ceramic grill field:
For one, it is a unique shape. The oval shape gives more grilling area for a smaller footprint. It has 400 square inches of cooking space on its grate yet is smaller than the large Big Green Egg. Therefore, it is shorter and less heavy.
Also, the shape allows for two zone heating that turns your grill into two. You can use optional grates to create two different cooking surfaces, one on each side, and you can even divide the charcoal area in two with an optional plate. The grill grates are also reversible to raise or lower the grate, getting them closer or further from the heat source for even better temperature control.
Like the Big Green Egg and others, the Primo grill have a slew of optional accessories that make it super versatile for anything from slow smoking to super hot pizza stone and bread cooking.
The Primo ceramic grill is now carried by SpitJack.com so check it out! This beautiful grill definitely gets my thumbs up!
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