Lion Premium Grills Newsletter – March 2017, Issue 42

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Lion Premium Grills Newsletter – No. 42, March 2017




First off, hello and thank you for visiting our monthly Lion Premium Grills Newsletter. Welcome to the March 2017 issue which marks our 42nd edition. This is the prime spot for any and all news related to Lion Premium Grills — whether that be the introduction of a new product, a spotlight feature of one of our grills or accessories, or general tips and tricks to enhance your overall grilling experience.  As stated above, we are in March which is usually when people are prepping and getting ready for the upcoming grilling season. That can mean renovating a backyard, building an outdoor kitchen, or just upgrading an old grill that needs replacing, this is the time when things really begin to ramp up.



In this issue, we are going to take an in-depth look at the grill cart for our L75000 32″ BBQ grill; this item transforms your grilling set-up into a mobile grilling station which is perfect for condos, apartments and people who need a grill that can be moved at will. We also take a look at our horizontal and vertical stainless steel doors  . We also feature a step by step guide with images on how to switch out the valves on your grill. As always we also showcase our monthly recipe; this month marks one of our all-time favorite recipes at Lion Premium Grills that we’ve featured so far. We hope you enjoy this month’s issue. Thank you again from all of us at Lion Premium Grills! 


Lion Premium Grills Featured Recipe: Lemon Garlic Grilled Shrimp

For our March 2017 edition we have another fantastic grilled seafood recipe. We are going to shine a spotlight on a dish that is absolutely amazing as well as being quite easy to prepare. This lemon butter grilled shrimp recipe comes from famed chef, tv personality, and  restauranteur Bobby Flay. Check out the recipe below for instructions.

Preparation Time – 20 minutes

Cooking Time – 5 minutes


12 jumbo shrimp, peeled and deveined
1/2 cup canola oil
10 cloves garlic
1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
1 teaspoon ground fennel seed
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
1 stick unsalted butter
1 large lemon, zested and juiced
1 tablespoon chopped tarragon leaves
2 teaspoons chopped fresh thyme leaves, plus sprigs for garnish
1/4 cup chopped fresh Italian parsley leaves, plus extra for garnish


Put the shrimp in a large baking dish. Combine the canola oil, garlic, red pepper flakes and fennel seed in a small food processor and process until the garlic is somewhat paste-like. Pour this mixture over the shrimp and let them marinate for 30 minutes.
Light your Lion grill to high heat. Strain the shrimp from the marinade and season them with salt and black pepper, to taste. Grill the shrimp on both sides until they are slightly charred and just cooked through, about 2 minutes per side. (Chef’s note: They can be left slightly undercooked since they will cook longer in the butter sauce.) Transfer the shrimp to a plate. Melt the butter in a large saute pan set over the grates of the grill. Add the lemon zest, lemon juice, tarragon and thyme leaves and cook for 30 seconds. Add the shrimp and cook, tossing once, about 1 minute. Finish with the parsley and adjust the seasonings, if necessary. Transfer the shrimp to a serving platter and garnish with thyme and parsley.


Built Like a Tank!

“I love grilling outdoors and I was looking to upgrade from my sturdy charcoal grill to something that looks great in addition to grilling like a champ. I came across this Lion 32″ grill and once I saw the specs and quality of the building materials I pulled the trigger and ordered one. This thing went way above my expectations and blew them out of the water. Lion created an amazing grill that is built like a tank and outputs some serious heat. I picked up a charcoal tray as well so that I can add that dimension to my cooking when I feel the need. A plus is that guests always point out how impressive this grill looks. I can recommend this to anyone that’s looking to pick up a great new grill.”

J. Roberts
Valencia, California
32″ L75000 Grill –



Quality Grill and a Great Price

“Fabulous grill. Quality construction throughout. All the little extras just throw it over the top. Just get it, you won’t regret it.”

Review by Michael – Las Vegas, NV – – 32″ L75000 Stainless Steel BBQ Grill


Lion Premium Grills – How to Switch Your Valves

This month we’re going to showcase the valve conversion process. We have a step by step breakdown with images that will show you just how to switch out your valves if you need to do so. We hope that this feature will make switching out any valves a breeze. If you do happen to have any questions about doing this or if you need some assistance please do not hesitate to give us a call at Lion Premium Grills and we’ll be happy to walk you through the process. Thank you and please enjoy the following feature!

Tools – Screwdriver and crescent wrench.

STEP ONE – The first step of the process is very easy; simply remove your drip tray and gently set it aside and out of the area in which you’ll be working.

STEP TWO – On the control panel there are six total phillips head screws — three on the left and right side as shown in the picture above. Proceed to remove all six screws using your screwdriver.

STEP THREE – Now you’ll need to remove all of the knobs on the front of the control panel. After doing this, you’ll be able to see two protruding screws on each empty knob position that hold the bezel in position; take your screwdriver and remove these screws.

STEP FOUR – This is is just a closer look at which screws needed to be removed in order for the bezel to be taken off of the control panel.

STEP FIVE – Take your crescent wrench and loosen the nut that is holding the light switch in place. It is preferable to use your fingers for the final removal of the nut.

STEP SIX – This is what the control panel should look like when it is ready for removal. Be careful to not damage or pull any of the wires when removing the control panel.

STEP SEVEN – Now all of the valves are exposed.

STEP EIGHT – Now the valve(s) can be removed from the manifold. In order to do so, first remove the bottom screw on the clip that holds the valve tight to the manifold.

STEP NINE – Once the clip is off, the old valve can be fully removed and swapped for a new valve. Repeat this process as necessary. Reverse this process to connect a new valve.

That’s how the process of removing and replacing a valve breaks down. If there are any questions or issues encountered along the way please do not hesitate to give us a  call. Thank you!