If you want your home to stand out as the popular get-together spot in the neighborhood this summer, a Primo Ceramic Grill should be on your list of outdoor patio accessories. While others struggle to grill their meats and veggies at the same time, you’ll have the precision and timing down to an art, thanks to the grill’s two-zone cooking capabilities. You’ll no longer have to choose between serving cold or charred veggies with your perfectly grilled meats.
While egg-shaped ceramic grills have become a popular choice in recent years, Primo Grills unique oval shape makes the grill wider than most other Kamodo grills and adds versatility that other grills can’t match. This widened cooking area enables Primo Grills to feature a divided fire box that allows complete cooking flexibility and the option to cook on both direct and indirect heat simultaneously without sacrificing the flavor of a natural lump coal grill.
The tight seal and ceramic material provide grillers with better heat control, allowing them to go beyond simple fire grilling into the world of smoking, searing, roasting and baking with their grill. Plus, ceramic has the added benefit of trapping and recycling moisture, so your food doesn’t turn out dried and overcooked.
More options equal better results
Compared to other ceramic grills, Primo grills feature “two-zone,” divided fire boxs rather than a single chamber. You can choose to have the coal on one side of the grill for direct heat on your meat while leaving the chamber below your vegetables empty. Your veggies cook perfectly in indirect heat as the heat rises and rotates, following the natural curve of the grill. To use the grill entirely for direct heat, or to turn it into a smoker or roaster, simply fill the entire fire box with charcoal, ignoring the fire wall.
Simply put, no other ceramic grill on the market today offers dual-zone cooking—or the flexibility and benefits that come with it. The smaller grilling surface areas over a single charcoal chamber that other Kamado or “egg-shaped” grills feature makes it difficult, if not impossible, to cook at two different temperatures or use both direct and indirect flame. Simply trying to stack your coal on one side the grill is ineffective without a fire wall to keep the burning coal from shifting and sliding.
People have tried turning to gas and metal grills for their ability to cook over direct and indirect heat, but these grillers often lament the energy inefficiency and the fact that it’s all too easy to end up with dry meat since moisture easily evaporates in this setting. The traditional smoky, grilled flavor is also often missing in this situation.
For grill enthusiast who long for the ability to cook over indirect heat yet want the smoky flavor imparted by a charcoal grill and a juicy end-product, the Primo Ceramic grill is the best of both worlds.