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Lion Premium Grills Newsletter – No. 49, October 2017
Welcome to the October issue and 49th edition of our monthly Lion newsletter! The summer season has drawn to a close and now we’ve hit fall — and football — season. As the temperatures begin to cool, grilling outdoors may have even more appeal than in the sweltering heat of summer. We have football, baseball playoffs and basketball season is also just around the bend; this is the absolute perfect time to utilize your outdoor Lion grill to the fullest, whether that be just grilling for your family and enjoying a Sunday afternoon or hosting a large viewing party with friends and family.
This month we have quite a few features that we hope are both enjoyable and informative. Kicking things off, we take a detailed look at the multitude of benefits when it comes to gas grilling. We also have a feature on a vital and often overlooked accessory that is included with every Lion grill purchase — the griddle plate. Our premier feature for the month is a breakdown of the various options we offer for the bases on our outdoor islands / outdoor kitchens. We also have a great featured recipe this month, a mouthwatering turkey burger with cranberry sauce. Thank you again and enjoy!
Just two of the ways to completely transform your Lion grill and enhance your total grilling experience. The Charcoal tray is immaculately constructed from 16 gauge 304 grade stainless steel that is dual lined. Insert charcoal into this tray and now enjoy the experience of charcoal with all the benefits of our Lion grill. The right image showcases our searing burner which is also constructed from high grade 304 stainless steel. Use it to add that extra burst of cooking power and intensity to achieve the ultimate searing effect.
A quick overview of the griddle plate specifications is first in order. Our premium griddle is approximately 15 inches wide and 19 1/4 inches tall and weighs in at a solid ten pounds. The griddle itself features small grooves on the left side of the plate specifically for our griddle remover which allows for quick adjustments on the grill as well as easy removal from the grill itself.
Our heavy duty, 10 lb. griddle plate is an amazingly versatile tool to use when using your gas BBQ grill. You can grill seafood without worrying about the mess, you can use it to grill various fruits and deserts, and much more. You are only really limited by your imagination. One of the best uses for our griddle plate is for grilling an entire breakfast. It’s an incredible tool that is highly suited for this purpose — you can use it to fry slabs of bacon, cook pancakes / griddle cakes, sizzle up breakfast potatoes and hash browns, fry eggs, grill sausage links, ham, and more. Breakfast on the grill is something you should definitely try. This accessory, much like the smoker box, adds so much versatility to your grilling arsenal. It’s difficult to imagine limiting your grilling experience by not using either of these items.
Welcome to our monthly featured recipe. For this issue we’re featuring a tremendous variation on the classic burger using ground turkey, cranberry, and kale. This recipe is both easy to make and absolutely delicious; the cranberry adds just the right amount of sweetness and compliments the turkey perfectly.
1 1/2 lbs. Ground turkey
1 T Minced fresh sage leaves
1 T Minced fresh rosemary leaves
2 T Minced fresh thyme leaves
2 T Minced garlic
Ground black pepper
1/4 cup Mayonnaise
1/4 cup Whole-berry cranberry sauce
1/2 T Fresh lemon juice
1 1/2 cups Slivered kale
8 ounces Brie (cut into 8 slices)
To start things off, mix your ground turkey, minced sage, rosemary leaves, thyme, and garlic in a large mixing bowl. You should have enough to form four burger patties. Take a small bowl and mix your mayo and cranberry sauce with a ¼ teaspoon of salt and pepper. Use another small bowl to whisk together a dash of lemon juice, 2 teaspoons of olive oil, and a pinch of salt and pepper. Add the kale to this bowl and mix thoroughly.
Preheat your Lion grill to medium-high heat.. In the meantime, take your burger patties and lightly brush them with olive oil. Grill them over the preheated grill for roughly 9-10 minutes, flipping the patties once. During the last minute or so of the patties cooking, place your slices of brie on each patty and cook the burgers with the lid closed so that the cheese melts properly.
Remove the burgers and assemble your burgers, using the cranberry sauce mixture as a topping. Add the kale and any remaining condiments. Serve.
Super Heavy Duty Construction
“We’ve had this grill now for a year and wow, I’m really impressed. Super heavy-duty construction, cooks evenly across the surface, easy to use and comes with some great accessories. I would recommend this grill to anyone/everyone.“
-Frank Sierawski, Omaha, NE – 32″ L75000 Grill – Purchased at Amazon