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Old 03-19-2009, 12:53 AM
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I scoured these boards for both boats I bought. Now loving my Topaz.

I want get the word out to those who host the wonderful dockside grill events we all enjoy after a day of warring with tuna that my wood burning grills are simply the best fish grillers out there.

Who are the food gurus on THT? I'd love you to see my babies. My grill is The Grillworks, designed for wood fire cooking with over 16" of vertical travel to control the natural flame.

Throw down! Http://www.grillery.com and the brochure http://www.grillery.com/grillworks_brochure09

We are exibiting on peir 94 at the Architectural Digest Design show starting 3/26 - NYC. Free entry if you message me.
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nothing bette then grilling on board for sure, i remeber wen i was back home over christmas holidays and we caugth a few nice mahi mahi and a small shark, we hada an assemblhy line going on man would peel, the skin the next cut the filet and the nex wud season the fish. then we dropped the hook in bay andrelaxed and coooked till the sunset
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MI Ben,

I've been a long-time admirer of your grills. They are a work of art, and darn good at what they do, so I hear. Wish I could make the show, but I don't see it happening. I definitely appreciate the embodiments of grilling over wood fire. I was fortunate to pick up this baby at a restaurant equipment auction for just $250. If I ever win the lottery, or marry a rich woman, I'm getting one of your grills.

http://www.aztecgrill.com/st42.html

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Love those portable grills built mine out of natural stone love to cook over apple wood
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Hey there Big George, thanks for the kind words. Glad to see you are using a wood-fired grill, even if it isn't mine. Once you lock in that sugar mommy drop me a line and we'll be sure to get you upgraded.

I do have a rare used Standard available for a bit of a discount at the moment FYI. Anyone interested drop me a line (so to speak).

On the topic of on-board use, we have built very custom versions for mega yachts in the past, but they really have to be sealed up good.
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Ladyjane my favorite is apple wood too. We just introduced a line of grills designed for installation in stone or brick too
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Ladyjane my favorite is apple wood too. We just introduced a line of grills designed for installation in stone or brick too
LOve to see those inserts
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You asked for it - this is our line of permanent install wood fired grills. They are in the south american style, which means the whole surface goes up and down and is made up of grooves that channel the juices forward into basting pans you use season and brush on your dinner as it cooks.

http://www.grillery.com/khxc/index.p...odshow&ref=048

We also have a new line that installs in a regular brick fireplace and swings out of the way when not in use.

Grilling rules.

Last edited by MI Ben; 03-20-2009 at 09:52 PM. Reason: The one shown is our big 48 - we can do this in sizes from 24" wide on up.

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