Lion Premium Grills Newsletter – February 2017, Issue 41


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541 E. Main St.
Ontario, CA 91761

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Lion Premium Grills Newsletter – No. 41, February 2017


Hello, we would like to thank you for visiting our Lion Premium Grills Monthly Newsletter; here you’ll be able to find updates on new products, photos, equipment features, recipes, customer testimonials and more! As you can see, we are now in February of 2017 and this is our 41st issue. We burst into the new year last month and with each week that passes we get increasingly closer to the prime grilling season; we are actually in the period of time where most people are preparing for the upcoming spring and summer and picking up their new grill equipment or renovating their backyard, planning a new outdoor kitchen, etc. It’s still cold but it’s hard to say that it’s ever too cold to barbecue. I know we do not let a little bit of the elements stop us from firing up our grills.


So what do we have lined up for this month? Well, we have another great recipe — this one is relatively straightforward but it is definitely a crowd pleaser, especially if they’re into seafood. Light, flavorful, and easy to prepare. We also take a closer look at our drop in ice bin which is one of our primary outdoor accessories. We were also awarded 2017 Best Value Grill from Shopper’s Choice! That applies for our built in and freestanding grills! We also have a great video that breaks down our L90000 grill and cart set-up. It’s very useful for anyone interested in a freestanding set. We hope you enjoy this month’s issue and thank you for visiting us and showing interest in our products; we always appreciate it!


Lion Premium Grills Featured Recipe: Mediterranean Lemon Salmon Skewers

Hello and welcome to our monthly featured recipe. For our February 2017 edition we have a quick, easy, and simple recipe for you that is unbelievably delicious. This is most likely the easiest recipe we’ve had featured in our newsletter thus far — Mediterranean style salmon and lemon skewers. The flavor profile is off the charts but balanced. This is a favorite at Lion Premium Grills, especially when you consider how easy it is to prepare. This recipe is versatile and great for any number of occasions, from outdoor dinner parties to just a weekday meal for the family. We hope you enjoy this one!


1 lb. salmon filets

3 lemons (sliced)

Extra-virgin olive oil, for brushing

Kosher salt

Freshly ground black pepper

Torn fresh dill



First off, prepare your grill; clean any remaining  residue from previous cooking sessions and heat it to high. Let it heat for roughly 10 minutes. Now prep your food. Take your salmon and cut it into 2″ pieces; take your lemons and thinly slice them as well. Skewer your cubed salmon and lemon slices. Now take your olive oil and lightly brush your skewered food. Lightly salt and pepper your fish as well. You can use any other additional seasoning that you desire, but this should be perfect for this very simple and delicious recipe.

Your grill should be ready at this point. Take your salmon and lemon skewers and grill them on your hot grill, turning each skewer once, 6 to 8 minutes. Once they’re ready, remove the skewers and garnish them with dill. Add any additional salt or pepper to taste; drizzle with more extra virgin olive oil if you prefer. Serve.


Heavy Duty Superiority

“I was in the market for a brand new grill as my old unit was well past its prime and I decided it was best to just replace the outdated grill. After some online research I went with the Lion L75000. One of the reasons was because my outdoor island was sized to fit a 32 inch grill and the Lion looked like the best option for what I was going for. Once I received it, I was very impressed by the quality of the build. This thing is very heavy and solidly built. You can tell they are using high grade stainless steel for this grill. I fired it up and it cooks like a dream especially if you already have experience using these types of gas grills. I really love this grill and have zero complaints so far. It’s great!”

Stevenson Ranch, California
32″ L75000 Grill –

Lion Premium Grills – Video Log of Our 40″ Grill & Cart

Here’s a great video from Mike Sorbin that showcases our 40″ grill and cart. He really does a great job of going over the different features and accessories in an informative manner. What is also much appreciated is that he mentions details that are often overlooked in other videos such as the placement of the cotter pins on the cast stainless burners and so on. We really appreciate the time and effort put in by Mike Sorbin and would like to thank him!


This video showcases some features or grill details that are commonly overlooked. As you can see, this is where the plug for the grill lights is located on the back; the video shows the cord and power adapter as well.

Here’s a close up of the 40″ L90000 on the cart itself. This angle showcases the knobs and bezels and you can see the embossed logo and nameplate in a bit more detail.

This shows off the door and drawers that are built into the grill cart. In this particular image, you can see just how much storage space is available. The charcoal tray, smoker box, heat shields and other accessories are stored in this compartment for now until the owner decides to put them to use. This just showcases the variety of uses that this portable, built-in storage compartment has.


Here’s a screen cap of one of our storage drawers. You can see that the owner is storing his rotisserie motor and a cast stainless steel burner inside and he still has ample space to store more products or items inside.

This is a close up of our 40″ grill open with the rotisserie rod inserted. In this image we wanted to show you a closer view of the rod with the counterweight and washers attached.

The side of our grill cart even has extra features such as a handy bottle opener. It’s a small addition but it really is quite useful as you’ll never find yourself looking for a bottle opener at the most inopportune moments. If you’re grilling one will always be available to you.

Last but not least, this is an image of the interior of the grill with the grill lights on, the rod and spit, griddle plate, warming rack and more. The owner has also outfitted his grill with the optional searing burner and our ceramic tubes and tray (for indirect cooking).