Lion Premium Grills Newsletter – No. 51, December 2017
Welcome to our December 2017 issue and 51st edition of our Lion monthly newsletter. On behalf of all of us at Lion Premium Grills, we’d like to wish everyone a very happy holiday season! It’s honestly incredible that we are already in December; this past year seemed to fly by quickly. This may not be grilling season, but it is the time to prepare for the upcoming year if you’re planning on setting up a new outdoor kitchen for the coming year or if you’re purchasing a new grill, etc. We have a great issue lined up for this month, which we’ll detail below. Thank you again for taking the time to visit us!
As we stated above, this month is packed with some fantastic features. First off, we have an in-depth analysis of our 32″ BBQ grill and grill cart; if you need mobility but love to grill, this is the option for you. We also take a look at the advantages of our front mounted grill temperature gauge. This month we’re also featuring a great review of our grills from the resident grill expert at Answers.com. Closing things out we have a delicious grilled shrimp recipe that is very easy to prepare. Thank you again for your support and we hope you enjoy your stay!
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.”
-Review by Frank Sierawski – Omaha, NE – amazon.com – 32″ L75000 Stainless Steel BBQ Grill
Lion Premium Grills – The Advantages of Lion’s Temperature Gauge
One of the biggest advantages that our Lion Premium Gas Grill has over charcoal grills is the amount of temperature control that gas grills provide overall. Below we’ll detail just how this is the case. Enjoy!
Our premium gas grills offer a level of temperature precision that charcoal grills can not match. Our models offer either four or five individual burner controls that can be adjusted by the individual working the grill, allowing for varying heat quadrants on the grill at any one time. Our grills are outfitted with a thermometer on the lid of our units, which allows one to gauge the overall temperature of the grill. This type of temperature control will allow our grills to reach anything from delicate, lower temperatures for slow cooking and rotisserie to high temps for adding a delicious sear. The options are limitless.
The above images showcase the key components behind our accurate temperature control system. The thermometer is mounted on the front lid of our 304 grade stainless steel grills. It’s extra large with polished stainless steel lining, and a clear to read temperature gauge that registers temperatures in both Fahrenheit and Celsius. On the right you’ll see our large, push to turn knobs; they offer silky smooth adjustment and allow for very accurate temperature control as well as being constructed from the typical high grade stainless steel that we use for all of our products.
“I am so impressed by the L90000 grill that I purchased! I can’t say it enough, but I am very picky when it comes to what I’m going to purchase. It needs to be high quality and this grill is a workhorse! Puts out a ton of heat and I can get great sears on all of my steaks that I’m grilling. Great job to the people at Lion!”
J. Stein - www.bestofbackyard.com
Lion Premium Grills Featured Recipe: Grilled Shrimp with Basil, Cilantro, and Harissa
For this month’s featured recipe, we have a great dish to share with you. This recipe is for a delicious grilled shrimp dish featuring harissa paste which is a spicy North African spice; the heat from the harissa is balanced by the refreshing flavors imparted by the basil and cilantro. This is a really great dish that can be served warm or cold depending on your preference. We hope you enjoy this recipe!
1 1/2 pounds large shrimp, peeled, tails intact, deveined
2 Tbsp. olive oil
2–3 Tbsp. harissa paste
4 radishes, thinly sliced
1/2 cup fresh basil leaves
1/2 cup fresh cilantro leaves
Ground black pepper
- First off, prepare your Lion gas grill for medium to high heat; in the meantime, take your shrimp and add it to a mixing bowl with the harissa paste and the olive oil. Season the shrimp with salt and toss to coat.
- Once your grill is heated to the proper temperature, take your shrimp and grill them, 2 minutes per each side. Once they’re fully cooked, remove them and transfer them to a plate and cool.
- Take your cooked shrimp and place them in another medium bowl; add your radishes, cilantro and basil, season with salt and freshly ground black pepper and toss the ingredients once more. You can chill the dish and serve or serve freshly mixed.