Tagwood BBQ Argentine Santa Maria Wood Fire & Charcoal Grill - BBQ03SI
Exclusive design with 4 different grilling areas. Main grates, secondary grates, interchangeable griddle and 4 S shape meat hooks are made of 304 Stainless Steel. All other parts are built to last with 1/8'' heavy steel painted over with heat resistant paint.
A side table, a bottle opener and holes to hook up your grilling tools. Bottom and side walls covered with refractory bricks to extend the life of the product and helps spread the heat evenly. Includes a front door for extra safety and 4 swivel casters to improve its mobility.
Become the Chief of your backyard with this Argentine grill also known as Santa Maria Grill and grill like a real gaucho. Cook a ribeye, short ribs, picanha, skirt steak or get creative making a flap steak pizza on the main grill. Stir some potatoes or veggies on the small grates and griddle and smoke some pineapples on the S shape meat hooks all at the same time. Regulate the height of the main grates to control the temperature; use the firebox to burn some wood and give a smoky flavor to your food.
This Argentine grill part of our CHIEF Series will provide a unique outdoor BBQ experience to you and to those you are entertaining.
- 705 sq. in. of TOTAL grilling area
- Height adjustment system to regulate grilling temperature
- Round split grates for optimal grilling and easy clean up
- Firebox gaucho style brasero lights up charcoal or firewood quicker
- Firebrick bottom and side walls, minimizes heat transmission to outside wall and extends product durability
- Water drain system avoids bottom water accumulation
- Side table attached for extra cooking space
- 4 Swivel casters improves mobility
- Bottle opener
- Interchangeable Griddle
- Secondary grate
- Shovel & coal rake
- S shape meat hooks (4pcs)
- FREE SHIPPING continental US
- Partially assembled
Height adjustable grates: this feature gives you the possibility to adjust the height of the grates to control the cooking temperature. Use the wheel to move the main grates up or down depending on what you need (closer to the coals = more heat to sear | away from coal = less heat for slow cooking). It is a feature that you will find in many South American barbecues because it allows you to really master the grill.