Good to know
Go classic with charcoal
1. The built-in thermometer on the hood helps you
check the temperature during grilling — without
having to lift the hood.
2. To get the desired grill temperature you can regulate
the air low by adjusting the stainless steel vent on
the hood and on the front of the barbeque.
A charcoal barbecue provides extra smoky lavour loaded with that tradition feel. Using charcoal or briquettes,
you can create a hot zone for direct cooking and a
cooler zone for indirect cooking. You can even bake,
use a wok or cook pizza. In general, charcoal barbecues can reach higher temperatures than gas but take
longer to reach cooking temperature. We recommend
that after lighting you wait 30-40 minutes — or until
the coals are covered with grey ash — before putting
on your food. You can regulate the overall temperature
using the vent on the hood and on the front of the barbecue. When you’re done, put out the coals by closing
the hood and vent.
5. The ash tray can be pulled out, so it’s easy to empty
the ashes once you have inished grilling.
6. On the shelves under the grill there is space for accessories, utensils, serving platters and other things
you need in order to serve smoking hot food directly
from the grill to the table.
3. The cooking grate is durable and rustproof, as it is
made of high-grade stainless steel.
4. Heat-insulated handle in stainless steel.