Haven’t used it myself. It’s marketed as a slow cook option. If your doing thinly sliced highly marbled meat like the Japanese prefer it would be ideal. I doubt it would cut the mustard for a Rib Steak or the like.Can anyone who owns the recently released Grill Burner comment on its heat output in respect of cooking results? Only 7000 BTU makes me worried that it is too weak to do any serious searing. Would also appreciate comments on the ease of cleaning and sticking properties of the cast iron.
RE: SP’s New Kitchen Stand Initial Review
This is a continuation on my previous posts regards to the new kitchen stand. After assembling my setup, including some of the accessories and 2 cookouts, I have some additional thoughts about it.
I finally got around to putting away the new kitchen table. I purchased the 4U Carrying Case. I have a 4U IGT frame that also needed to be stored. After inserting the IGT frame and the two shelves, the bag is snug. Just right to get it back out without too much effort but not enough room to store the legs and top bar.Which SP bag for the new Kitchen table?
I finally got around to putting away the new kitchen table. I purchased the 4U Carrying Case. I have a 4U IGT frame that also needed to be stored. After inserting the IGT frame and the two shelves, the bag is snug. Just right to get it back out without too much effort but not enough room to store the legs and top bar.
Next I removed the IGT 4U frame and tried inserting the legs, crossbar, etc. They were just a little too long to squeeze in. If SP made a larger Jikaro Carrying Case (in slightly larger 4U size), I suspect this would be enough thickness to accommodate all the parts.
One thing I took notice is the two mounts for mounting the top bar protrude. So when storing in a bag, one has to be mindful not to place too much force on the bag when lying down flat. I can see these mounts getting bent or damaged if something heavy fell on them. Temporarily, I plan on storing something else that can fit between these mounts and provide a cushion. I’m hoping SP will provide something more practical for the new kitchen table.
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Those stainless steel side trays are calling my name.... GLWS.It's been a great run with our Snowpeak IGT but with the four wheel camper, I don't need it anymore. And as cool as it is, it's not fair to just let it sit in the garage. It's up for grabs in the FS forum. There are more pics in the link below. Also have a 22" partner steel that's pretty much brand new....