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Primo Grill Buying Guide

Primo Grill Buying Guide

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | May 24, 2016

Primo Grill Product Line Our fleet of ceramic grills is designed to fit everyone's outdoor cooking needs. From our flagship Jack Daniel's Edition Oval XL 400 to our classic round Kamado. Every Primo grill is made to be a primary outdoor cooker, but any of them can be added to a built-in outdoor kitchen or to complement an existing grill or smoker. To give you an idea of the size of our grills and...

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Introducing Visscher Gazebos

Introducing Visscher Gazebos

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | Jun 02, 2013

The Visscher story begins over four decades ago in the deepest forests of Canada's most rugged province, British Columbia. In 1961, the four young Visscher brothers founded a retail lumber yard in the Fraser Valley town of Chilliwack. By the late 1970's, Visscher Lumber switch to a remanufacturing operation, and in 1976 the brothers opened a metal forming plant. Today, the Visscher Family of Companies also operates two wood processing plants in Chilliwack with four kilns for on-site drying of lumber. On-site warehouses as well as worldwide representation ensure a steady supply of wood products for markets in North America, Europe and the Pacific Rim.

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Infrared vs. Traditional Convective Cooking Systems

Infrared vs. Traditional Convective Cooking Systems

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | Apr 14, 2013

Infrared vs. Traditional Convective Cooking Systems Both systems start with gas-powered burners. A traditional convection gas grill uses circulating hot air, like an oven, to cook. Hot air circulates around the food, which dries out the natural moisture in steaks and chicken and shrinks hamburgers into hockey pucks. When grease drips through the open grate, it causes flare-ups that can char the meat and create big temperature fluctuations.

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