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    Love my GrillGrates !

    Just a quick post with some love for my GrillGrates. I have two sections covering 50% of a vintage (old) Brinkmann gasser that get mostly used flat side up, over the original grates. I had occasion to flip them over for cooking a large flank steak yesterday. Cranked the two burners under the GrillGrates up to max, I didn't get a reading before cooking, but it was hot!

    The cook on the flank steak was perfect, 4 minutes each side, and big beautiful grill marks. I have to confess, we're usually in a hurry to eat, so no pictures, but it was glorious!

    Best thing ever to transform a gasser!

    #2
    Just getting used to mine. A three pc for the new Victory gasser. haven't even used the flats yet. I would recommend!

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      #3
      That's the first thing I did with my Weber (something another model). Gave the stainless grates to my brother-in-law for the Weber my brother and I got him that didn't have stainless.

      Upside down is only side I use.

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        #4
        I wish I lived my grill grates!

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          #5
          I love my GGs too. I have the set that fits the entire gas grill opening exactly.

          I use them all the time. I seldom use the Weber SS grates that came with the Summit.

          I don't use the ones for my WSCGC or 22" kettle much, though.

          Kathryn

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            #6
            I have grill Grates for my Traeger.
            Work fine, fine, last a long time, and won't rust, bust, or collect dust.

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              #7
              I’ve been using my GrillGrates (custom sized) for the last 9 months on my Weber Genesis - use the flat side majority of the time - my wife loves the crust they generate on reverse seared ribeyes - also really great for smashed burgers!!!

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              • N227GB
                N227GB commented
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                I'm guessing you have the GG version without the holes, right?

              • TimBe
                TimBe commented
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                I use the ones with the holes for everything - don’t think it’s worth the extra $ to purchase the without the holes. What little meat is lost on the smashed burgers is of no impact - very easy to clean for next cook.

              #8
              A nice thing about Grill Grates is that the aluminum cuts easily with a table or cut-off saw (with a good blade, eye protection, etc). Easy to modify your configuration.

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                #9
                I just picked up a majmar (charcoal brazier) at a local Mexican market for my new tagine. A test run today seems to indicate the need for an airspace under the charcoal for better air flow. Plan is to cut a GG to fit.

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