A grill with bragging rights

12/16/2012 12:28 AM

12/16/2012 12:28 AM

What: Outdoor grill

Where: All Things Barbecue, 615 W. Douglas Ave.

How much: $5,089If you’re looking for a high-end grill that lets you and your food look good, check out the high-end selections at All Things Barbecue.

The store’s most expensive outdoor grill in stock is the Twin Eagles 42-inch gas grill with dual infrared rotisserie and sear zone.

It sells for a cool $5,089.

“The typical customer for this grill is an individual who is a cooking hobbyist,” said Don Cary, owner of All Things Barbecue. “They love to cook, and they love to entertain.”

The grill locks in and sears juices, Cary said, and it has four cooking styles: direct grilling, indirect grilling, smoking and baking.

The grill is made of stainless steel, has a lifetime warranty and a cooking rate of more than 125 BTU per square inch.

It also features interior lights in the grill head and LED lights on the outer controls.

Cary said he sells about 30 of the grills a year.

“It’s bragging rights,” Cary said. “This is a fantastic cooking machine. It will up anybody’s game.”

“I tell customers this is the last grill you will ever have to buy.”

Cary said he personally knows the owner of Twin Eagles and its vice president of sales and marketing. The company is based in California and the grill is made in the United States.

But, hey, if that’s just not enough to impress the neighbors, All Things Barbecue can order in grills in excess of $25,000.

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