Lion Premium Grills Newsletter – No. 100, January 2022
Hello and welcome to the 100th edition and January 2022 issue of the Lion Premium Grills Newsletter! We’d like to wish everyone a Happy New Year! We have quite a variety of features lined up for this issue as we all get acclimated to the brand new year and all the potential excitement that comes with it! With that being said, right now is the perfect time to get yourself prepped for those prime spring and summer months in terms of renovating your backyard or just picking up a new grill set-up. Of course, having an outdoor grill and/or kitchen island is perfect for taking advantage of what this time of year provides in terms of weather. It’s a great reason to just relax on a beautiful evening outside grilling with your immediate family; the possibilities really are endless. We hope all of you will enjoy this latest edition and thank you for visiting Lion Premium Grills!
We have some great content for you this month which we’ll give a brief overview of. Kicking things off, we have a fantastic video clip of our bbq grill and cart being featured as a prize on the classic CBS show the Price is Right! Following that we have our staple feature — the monthly recipe. This month we have an amazing grilled lobster tail recipe which is really easy to prepare and cook; this is definitely a favorite around the office. We also have an in-depth look at our L75000 32″ bbq grill with our portable grill cart, which is a perfect option for those who want mobility while grilling. We also have a complete breakdown of our burners and compare them to other leading types of burners on the market. We also have a short feature detailing a few ways to enhance your overall grilling experience. Thank you for visiting us, we hope you find this month’s issue informative as well as entertaining!
Lion Premium Grills: Featured on The Price is Right!
We just recently had our bbq grill and cart featured as a prize again on the classic CBS gameshow, the Price is Right! It’s a short clip but we thought it would still be of interest to have it featured on our website as we always appreciate the fact that we have the opportunity to have our products offered up on such a classic gameshow. The footage is courtesy of CBS. Please enjoy the video clip below!
Lion Premium Grills – New Video for January!
This month we’re happy to feature another video from Simon — this time he’s ringing in the brand new year with something a little different than the usual; replacing an old gas bbq grill with one of our Lion premium bbqs. We think it’s a fun video and we hope that you enjoy it!
Lion Premium Grills: Mobile Grilling With Our L75000 Grill & Grill Cart
Each month we’ve been taking a closer look at one of our premium products. We’ve featured our single and double side burner, our ice bin, flame tamers, and a host of our items. This month we’re going to take a look at our L75000 grill and grill cart! This is the perfect item when you want the ease, functionality, and versatility of portable grilling while purchasing something that maintains only the highest standards of quality when it comes to construction, performance, and appearance. Enjoy the feature below!
A Brief Synopsis of the L75000 BBQ Grill
The BBQ grill itself is obviously a hugely important part — the grill needs to be great for the positive aspects of the portable grill cart to even matter. Our 32″ L75000 4-burner grill is our flagship item and is the premiere grill on the market. It is crafted from 304 grade 16 gauge stainless steel (we have an entire feature this issue dedicated to our usage of the highest grade stainless steel) – this is the highest quality and comes with all of the perks – weather resistant, heat resistant, rust resistant, and heavy durability. 4 cast stainless steel burners output a total of 75,000 BTUs which is an impressive amount of cooking power and the 830 sq inches of cooking space is suitable for handling a substantial amount of food at any one time. Push to turn knobs, a dual lined stainless steel hood adorned with an XL temperature gauge, and dual interior lights round out the list of features.
Grill Cart Feature Breakdown
The L75000 grill can easily be attached and/or detached from the cart itself. The grill cart, like our other items, is made from commercial grade dual layered 16 gauge stainless steel making it extremely sturdy and resistant to environmental factors. The cart carries real weight at roughly 85 lbs. and definitely feels sturdy and balanced. Two access doors with polished handles are used to store your propane tank and other accessories. On the inside of the door you’ll find a towel rack and bottle opener for convenience. The wheel components are smooth and resistant to the annoying “sticking” quality that cart wheels can sometimes display.
Versatility & Functionality
So you’re looking for a high quality grilling experience but maybe you lack the space for an outdoor island; maybe you don’t want an outdoor kitchen at all and would prefer something that you can move around, adjust easily, and put away quickly and painlessly. This is where our grill cart comes in. You can use it on your condo balcony, you can shift it around your backyard when need be, and the list goes on. The versatility of our grill cart is unmatched and it looks beautiful to boot. It also allows for the most important part — access to a high end grilling experience that can be fully customized to any need — from our smoker box with wood chips to using our charcoal tray, the grilling possibilities are nearly endless. We also offer a grill cart for our 40″ grill for those looking for larger options.
Lion Premium Grills Featured Recipe – Grilled Lobster
We have an incredibly delicious recipe lined up for our June Newsletter that involves some of our favorite eats — lobster, shrimp and clams. We believe that grilling shellfish is the preferred method of preparation. To pair with our already mouthwatering shellfish we have a chorizo lemon butter that manages to really elevate the flavor profiles of this dish. Below you’ll find everything you need to know to cook this on your Lion Premium BBQ grill the next time you’re in the mood for some grilled seafood. Enjoy!
Chorizo Lemon Butter
1 stick of softened butter
1 lemon, zested and fully juiced
3 ounces of chopped Spanish style chorizo
1/2 cup of coarsely chopped flat leaf parsley leaves
Salt to taste
1 lb. of large prawns (peel and de-vein, but leave the tails intact)
2 dozen littleneck clams (scrubbed)
2 1/2 lb. lobsters, split in half
2 tablespoons of melted butter
Extra virgin olive oil
Freshly ground pepper
Salt to taste
Let’s start with the chorizo lemon butter. First, place your stick of softened butter in a bowl. Take your chorizo and cook it in a small saucepan over moderate heat for roughly two minutes; you’ll know it’s ready when you see the fat of the chorizo just starts to render. Now take your pan, and scrape the chorizo into your bowl of softened butter. Add the lemon juice, lemon zest, and parsely to the mixture; using a fork, mix it all together. Season it with salt as the finishing touch. You can store and refrigerate this mixture for up to two days.
Once you’re ready to prepare your dish, light your Lion BBQ grill and preheat it; set one side to high heat and leave the other half at medium heat. While you’re doing this, take 8 bamboo skewers and soak them for about 10 minutes or so. Twist off the lobster claws and crack them with a small mallet. Take your split lobsters and brush them with melted butter and season with salt and pepper.
Place your shrimp on your skewers and brush with olive oil. Season them with salt and pepper. Now it’s time to grill. Grill your lobster claws on the side of the grill that’s heated to medium heat; grill for a total of five minutes, turning them over occasionally. Add your split lobsters cut side down to the side of the grill set at high heat. Once you see the lobster meat begin to brown (which takes 3 minutes or so) flip the lobster halves and place them on the medium heat side of the grill with the lobster claws; brush them with melted butter and close the lid, grilling until they are cooked through which should take 5 minutes. Remove from the grill and place them on a serving platter.
Meanwhile, place the clams on the high heat side of the grill and close the lid until the clams begin to pop open which should take 5 to 6 minutes. After a clam pops open, remove it from the grill and place the cooked clam on a plate or in a bowl. Attempt to retain as much of the juice as possible.
Now, grill your shrimp on high heat for 2 to 3 minutes — they will be ready once you see grill marks begin to form. Flip them over and cook them for 2 to 3 more minutes. Remove them and plate them with your lobster and clams. Serve with your chorizo lemon butter and garnish.
Calories – 502 Carbohydrates – 6 g Fat – 14 g Protein – 85 g Saturated Fat – 5 g Sodium – 2900 mg Polyunsaturated Fat – 2 g Fiber – 0 g Monounsaturated Fat – 5 g Cholesterol – 616 mg
Calories – 502
Carbohydrates – 6 g
Fat – 14 g
Protein – 85 g
Saturated Fat – 5 g
Sodium – 2900 mg
Polyunsaturated Fat – 2 g
Fiber – 0 g
Monounsaturated Fat – 5 g
Cholesterol – 616 mg