Out­door Per­fec­tion

Plug - - REVIEW - BY ROMA CHRIS­TIAN

We­ber® has em­pow­ered the out­door cook to cre­ate MasterChef qual­ity dishes, by re­leas­ing its new PulseTM Grid­dle for the time-poor perfectionist.

The new Pulse Grid­dle ($79.95) is cus­tom de­signed for out­stand­ing heat re­ten­tion and dis­tri­bu­tion, us­ing porce­lain enam­elled cast iron for ‘made to last’ qual­ity.

Cook­ing an out­door cham­pagne break­fast has never been sim­pler, with the Grid­dle cater­ing to items at risk of fall­ing through the cook­ing grills – e.g. eggs, caramelised onion and crispy ba­con.

The Grid­dle is com­pat­i­ble with both the Pulse 1000 (1271cm2 cook­ing grill) and larger Pulse 2000 BBQ (1911cm2 cook­ing grill with high lid), pledg­ing evenly cooked food ev­ery time.

For added con­ve­nience, We­ber has saved sev­eral BBQ recipes to its free iGrill® app, fea­tur­ing ev­ery­thing from PhillyStyle Steak Sand­wiches with Grilled Onions to Sal­mon Fil­lets with Wild Mush­rooms and Lemon-Thyme But­ter.

Used with We­ber’s Pulse BBQ tech­nol­ogy, the Grid­dle raises a users’ culi­nary ex­pec­ta­tions about what is achiev­able us­ing plug-in elec­tri­cal power.

Out­door meals have never been sim­pler to cook, nor as out­stand­ing to eat.

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