Royal Gourmet BBQ Charcoal Grill and Offset Smoker, 30” L, 800 Square Inch, Outdoor for Camping, Black

  • Traditional charcoal grill with offset smoker combination for dual style barbecue. The offset smoker can also be used as a small grill. Please fuel it using lump charcoal or briquet, with a small amount of wood chips added to help increase flavor.
  • Spacious porcelain-coated cooking grates, retain heat evenly helping to lock in the juices and make your meat more tender. And also easy to clean.
  • Removal charcoal, ashes pan allow users to tend charcoal and dump ashes easily. Ignition Type-No Ignition System
  • Total 800 square inches of cooking surfaces, 438 square inches of main chamber,183 square inches of side box for either charcoal grilling or smoking, plus 179 square inches of swing-away rack. Assembly required.
  • Additional features as smoke stack, temperature gauge, scald-proof handle, seamless connection, access door on side to tend charcoal, side air vent, and portable to transport. New black coating process, withstands temperature up to 400? and will not peel off easily.
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Royal Gourmet BBQ Charcoal Grill and Offset Smoker, 30” L, 800 Square Inch, Outdoor for Camping, Black: Product Description

Royal Gourmet Outdoor Charcoal Grill with Offset Smoker CC1830S, 30” L, BlackPrepare quick and delicious gourmet meals for your family with this 30″ Barrel Charcoal Grill with Offset Smoker. A compact design and versatile appliance can fit on most patios, balconies and decks with ease. The porcelain enamel cooking grates are durable and you can regulate the cooking temperature easily. The cooking chamber is designed with adjustable charcoal pan for better heating. The most attractive features are the combination offset smoker, adopt groove design, and ensure sealing performance of the side smoker box, better to heat up. The most attractive features are the combination offset smoker, adopt groove design, and ensure sealing performance of the side smoker box, better to heat up.



The duel: charcoal grill versus smoker

A direct comparison of charcoal grill and smoker looks like the fight between David and Goliath. In fact, both cooking methods are suitable for different types of grills. If you want to speed up your meat, fish, or vegetables, i.e., quickly want to fill your guests’ plates with grill delicacies, you should rather use the charcoal grill. Patience barbecues, on the other hand, could warm-up for the smoker. Once prepared, the meat is cooked without turning or dripping. For larger pieces of meat, however, this takes several hours.

The smoky note is obtained from both the charcoal grill and the smoker. Both types of grill also master meat, fish, vegetables, or other items such as cheese without any problems. Thanks to the indirect cooking method, the food in the smoker are prepared much more gently than in the case of direct sizzling with the charcoal grill. The smoker is also much less likely to contaminate the food to be grilled. These occur when fats and chemicals burn on the charcoal grill.

Charcoal grills are the first choice for spontaneous trips and all occasions when you don’t want to wait long for food. However, there should be some know-how in dealing with lighting and operation. Smokers are the decelerated way of grilling. This means that you should allow enough time to cook all the dishes. They are only the second choice for spontaneous garden parties. In addition, because of their size and weight, smokers are only suitable for home use. Trailers who use caterers need horsepower to change their beach location.

Special instructions for maintaining charcoal grills

  • The surface of your grill is made of enameled porcelain enamel, which must not be waxed or painted. Wash dust and dirt only with warm soapy water.
  • On cover models: burn any leftovers after each use. The lid must be closed and the vent slot open. Remove all coarse food residue from the grill beforehand, which shortens the burn time. Then rub the grill with a suitable, clean brush.

Give priority to certain features of the garden charcoal grills.

  1. Choose a charcoal grill with shelves. A grill with shelves is very useful for any household, were you not frustrated that you have nowhere to place or prepare the steaks? Get a sturdy shelf on the sides to meet this storage need. The best buying tips consist of choosing a rack with shelves.
  2. Choose a grill model with a built-in thermostat to avoid burning the steak. Being able to say that the inside temperature of the grill is at all times an important advantage. The meat is particularly sensitive to temperature, so the more you are aware of it, the better the meat will come out.
  3. Purchase a barbecue grill to keep your grill. Protecting the barbecue is a worthwhile investment because it will extend the life of your barbecue, protecting it from the weather. Go for an unpolished vinyl, polyester, oilcloth, or weather-covered nylon cover.

It is particularly necessary to get a lid if your grill is made of stainless steel because it will protect your grill from shock.

  1. Make sure your gas grill has at least two stainless steel or brass burners. Having at least two burners allows you to have one-off and one on. It is best if you can buy a multi-burner grill, as this will allow you to have different heat zones, which can be useful when preparing several types of food at a time. Stay away from aluminum and cast iron burners as they easily rust and corrode.
  2. Buy a special basket for preparing vegetables. It can be very difficult to cook vegetables and certain types of seafood, such as shrimps, without falling into the flame or ash. Getting this accessory along with the charcoal grills itself, will prevent this from happening.
  3. Stay away from unnecessary and complicated features if you are a beginner. Especially if you are at the first professional barbecue, think twice before buying complex barbecues with smokers, etc., electric charcoal starters and rotors. Most of the time, these features cause more frustration than they deserve.