“For a quarter century, chefs at pricey steakhouses have been searing meat on burners that cook with infrared energy. Now the high-temperature technology may be coming to a backyard barbecue near you.
With the expiration of a key patent, major gas grill manufacturers, including market leader Char-Broil, which is based in Columbus, have scrambled to bring infrared cooking to the masses with models in the $500 to $1,000 range. Previously, such grills cost as much as $5,000.”
“When you are up in the 900-to-1,000-degree range you get a surface charring that is very akin to a steakhouse-steak kind of experience,” says Steven Raichlen, author of “The Barbeque Bible” and “How to Grill.”
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Anyone else hungry and ready for a New York Strip?
Most are still in the $1,000 plus range, except for the portable you see above from Solaire.
But there are a slew in the $1k range that would look great in any backyard. The search results from TheFind.com