Last night I had to dismantle my 22 inch Weber Performer grill. After two years, the insurance company of my co-op decided that all grills on our building roof-deck area were a fire hazard and had to be removed (despite presence of fire proof mats, fire-blankets, extinguisher and bucket of water at all times). We never used the propane attachment.
Looks like my friend in is about to inherit the grill having previously inherited my Weber Genesis Silver C when I moved here.
Ive been looking for an electric alternative. Chefs Catalogue has a DeLonghi model described as a heavy-duty grill integrates an enameled cast iron grate over a 1,500-watt heating element. Or is the George Foreman Indoor/Outdoor Grill a viable alternative? Or should I just accept that Ill only be grilling when I go to visit my friends.
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