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Old 05-22-2011, 10:58 AM
 
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Cajun Cookware Grills Round Seasoned Cast Iron Hibachi Grill

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

The Cajun Cookware Grills Round Seasoned Cast Iron Hibachi Grill is fifty pounds of cast iron so that it won't tip over on anyone that may get too close. It comes with a handle so that you can pick it up and carry it, however, I found that the handle is not strong enough to support the cast iron, making a heavy duty pair of gloves necessary to keep handy when it comes time to dump or move this heavy grill. The MSRP $99 that I paid for this small outdoor grill was well worth the money as I haven't had any problem with rusting or the kids being able to hurt themselves with it.

It is a charcoal grill, which I prefer because of the smoky flavors that you can get over a potential gas flavor from cooking with propane. The grill heats evenly so you can throw your burgers or hot dogs on anywhere and get the same result throughout. The bars on the grill itself are close together which makes it harder for things and little hands to get through. Because the grill itself is also cast iron, it makes it difficult to lift when it comes time to change the charcoal and light a fire. Since it is pre-seasoned cast iron, I didn't have to worry about going through the trouble of seasoning it myself. Round in shape, this Hibachi tabletop outdoor grill can cook eight burgers at a time with no problem. This Hibachi cast iron grill even came with a grill lifter so I don't have to worry about touching it with my bare hands while it is hot, or getting dirty from touching the grill. The biggest downfall of this grill is that it is difficult to clean because of it's shape and weight.

I give this Hibachi and overall rating of 5, as cast iron is preferred by many, especially for camping. Being heavy has its ups as well as downs when it comes to this grill. I prefer it much more that the old propane Coleman grill I used to have.

Review by professional reviewer, Oct. 20, 2010
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