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Cast-Iron Hibachi Grill

Take-Anywhere Hibachi Grill Made of Durable Cast Iron

Cast-Iron Hibachi Grill

Take-Anywhere Hibachi Grill Made of Durable Cast Iron


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Suggested by Dr. Lee Varmoerkerque, Farmville, VA

If you love that charcoal-grilled flavor but lack the space for a full-size grill, our versatile hibachi is the answer to your barbecuing prayers. It's the perfect size for small balconies, patios, and decks, or to take along to the beach, park, or stadium. Made of durable cast iron so you know it will last season after season. Boasts dual cooking grates that adjust to three different levels so you can place one grate close to the flame to sear foods and the other away from the flame to warm them. Adjustable air vents increase or decrease the heat of the fire. Large wooden handles on either side for easy carrying. 18"x10"x8".

  • Made of sturdy cast iron
  • Adjustable dual cooking grates
  • Easy-to-grip wooden handles

Our durable cast iron hibachi may not take up much space, but the BBQ chef can take it anywhere and grill a big-time meal on it.

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Cast-Iron Hibachi Grill

Safety Warnings

For outdoor use only.

Materials

Cast iron with steel charcoal grids and wooden handles

Care

Use a grill brush on grates. Wash with a damp cloth. Assembly requires a Phillips screwdriver and wrench.

Sizing & Specifications

Assembly Required: Y

Cord Polarized: N

Origin

Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Cast-Iron Hibachi Grill …

"I bought the cast iron hibachi specifically to recapture the grilling magic of those summer days of yore at my family home from my youth in northern New Jersey. Little did I know that basically, if you shop around...you can't find them any more! Oh, I did run across one similar-looking one after desperately scouring every possible location in a ten-mile radius of home, but it was not cast iron. That's the thing. "Back in the day" just about everyone, it seemed, had one of these fantastic little grills. Now, the tendency is towards either the SUV of grills, which dominates the patio like a glowering propane-fired "Univac," or if it is a charcoa-burning unit, then it is one of those unnecessarily complicated outfits. Then my sister found the very item I was looking for in your catalogue! Needless to say, I could have bought a different kind of charcoal grill for less, but...it would not have been a "hibachi." How do I like it? I just love it, thanks, and I am creating the same kind of back-yard magic for my kids that my folks did for me and my brother and sister in those fondly-remembered grilling days of my youth...:-)" - Paul Nadas, Charleston, WV

"The minute I bit into my first burger off the grill I was 11 again in my back yard in Ohio sitting at the wood picnic table eating one of my Mom's famous burgers! She cooked on her Hibachi every summer for years! We didn't have a lot of money and this was a cost-effective way of doing something in the summer that was special. Good Times! Love this grill!" - Erin Johnson, Lawrenceville, GA

"I owned one of these in college and used it several times a week, but foolishly gave it away when my wife and I got married. In the 31 years since then we've owned a parade of kettle grills, gas grills, and several of those common aluminum table grills, but none of them matched the simple usefulness and convenience of my long-lamented, lost, cast iron hibachi. There is simply nothing better than charcoal for grilling, though I wouldn't use it as often as when we were younger, and nothing more economical, controllable, and easy to use as a well-made hibachi. Steaks, vegetables, and the like are done to a turn in just minutes, and cleanup is a snap. The hibachi is easy to pack in the car for cookouts, and works well on the patio or a picnic table. Note that no charcoal-fired cooking appliance should ever be used indoors, but a hibachi works fine in a well-ventilated three-season room or on a porch. Bigger grills were fine while we raised our family, but now that we're empty-nesters, our nest would not be complete without a genuine, cast iron hibachi. Thank you, Vermont Country Store, for bringing back this classic. Now, I've got to go turn those chicken quarters and set the table!" - Gary Fisher, Allendale, MI

"Kids have grown up and are gone. This little Hibachi grill is perfect for just my wife and me. It uses less charcoal and the coals get hot faster. It is the perfect size for just the two of us. When the kids and grandkids show up it's back to the big grill. Otherwise, the Hibachi is perfect. It is made of very heavy cast iron and should last us many years." - Ron Durham, Oklahoma City, OK