Kenyon City Grill || $475.00
Whether you’re at home in the city or out on the water, a home-cooked meal on the grill is a great addition to the summer days that are soon on the way to the Pacific Northwest. While open-flame grilling is prohibited by city fire codes, the new City Grill from Kenyon aims to provide all the taste of a flame-grilled meal without the potential for a house fire. It is virtually smokeless, and its design makes flare-ups very unlikely, so it’s safe to use indoors in your galley or on a deck outside.
The grill has 155 square inches of cooking space and a single burner, and it is approved for home use. With eight different heat settings, and a push-to-turn knob for precise control, the grill promises to create a delicious meal that will make you forget it wasn’t cooked outside on an open flame. There are also carrying handles for easy transportation; the removable lid is dishwasher safe, and the disposable drip tray (while a little wasteful) makes clean-up a breeze. Each City Grill comes with a sample size of Cerama Bryte stainless steel cleaner and polish for upkeep, and three additional disposable drip trays. It is currently only available on cookwithkenyon.com, priced at $475.