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Cast iron grill for use with charcoal or gas grills?

EclecticEater | Oct 19, 200609:25 PM    

Lodge Cast Iron has a Logic Barbecue Grill Grat, Part#: LBBG3, for $39.00. It is cast iron, with slots in it, to be placed over a charcoal or gas grill, and it can be used for grilling fish or meats because (a) it gets real hot and holds the heat, (b) lets some flame through the slots or slits, (c) can be used and put aside unlike full sized grills or grates. It's reall good for fish because the surface is flat and the fish can be laid on it easily. Unfortunately, according to the factory they won't have this item in stock again until about December. Anybody have any ideas of another cast iron grill wuith similar characteristics?

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