Do you love having barbeques or hosting outdoor dinner parties? These parties can be a lot of fun because when you combine good food and friends and you have this duo outside it just doesn’t get any better. The only way it could be improved at all is to have a luxury grill to prepare and cook all of your foods on. Not only will this make you a more efficient grill chef, it’ll make your entertaining space look as high class as you could possibly want.
If you’ve been thinking about upgrading your outdoor entertaining area you will definitely want to check out a Lynx grill. This is most definitely an investment as these are rather high end grills, but it will be a investment well worth it now and in the future. Wondering what sets these grills apart from all the rest?
A Lynx outdoor grill is different from all the rest because it is not simply a grill. These grills are full functioning outdoor kitchens and will allow you to truly entertain in style. If you have ever seen an outdoor grill that looks as good as your kitchen, you have probably seen a Lynx! These truly are a site to be seen and once you see one you won’t want to settle for anything less.
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Solaire grills are among the most popular outdoor grills available today mainly because of their use of infrared energy as a source of heat. With infrared energy being a very efficient way to cook food, Solaire grills can produce the same amount of heat as traditional grills in only half the time. The resultant high heat ensures juicier and more flavorful food than what traditional grills can provide. With a wide range of available Solaire infrared units and with grilling made more efficient than ever before, households can now enjoy the food and many other benefits of outdoor cooking on a regular basis, even during days when outdoor cooking isn’t what people would normally do.
Although invisible to the naked eye, infrared energy nonetheless produces as much heat as an open flame when applied properly. It allows heat to be spread evenly across a grilling surface, thus eliminating the possibility of hotspots that may be hazardous to cooking. Infrared energy excites the molecules within the food being grilled and the rapidly moving molecules cause friction, which in turn produces more heat. With heat coming from inside the food as well as from outside it, the food takes much less time to cook and the juices and the flavor are retained to make for a more pleasant outdoor eating experience. The efficient use of heat means that all of it goes to the food being cooked and stays there, making outdoor grilling possible even in the worst weather. Solaire grills can cook up a tasty meal in no time.
The different Solaire grills available can allow anyone to cook steaks, chops, seafood, and vegetables like a professional grill chef. A wide range of products ensures there is something for just about every outdoor grilling need. Built-in outdoor grills come in various sizes, from 27” grills for moderate grilling work to 56” grills for large groups of people. Each Solaire unit comes with stainless steel main burners, ceramic infrared U burners, rapid-start electronic ignition, stainless steel overall construction, warming rack and drip tray, and a limited lifetime warranty on the stainless steel parts. The components are all easily removable for cleaning.
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In Australia eating outdoors or ‘alfresco’ is the norm. They have the ideal climate most of the year but there is no reason why we shouldn’t all dine outside.
It makes eating fun for the kids, brings families together and makes meal times more of an event than something that needs to be done.
Barbecues, picnics, self service salads, finger buffets some of the favourites but why not eat your breakfast outside, especially on a lovely summers morning.
The first thing to consider of course must be the weather, some of us are lucky enough to have a quite consistent climate while others might have the risk of getting a bit wet.
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