There are 76 days until Halloween and I can smell the feeling of impending festivities in the air. The festive season also announces the arrival of your favorite food alongside backyard parties that you’ve probably pipelined for a long time. I am pretty sure by now you’ve figured out what you are going to cook this Halloween. Be it pork, turkey or steak, whatever you like, make sure to charcoal broil them on your Spark Smart Grill.
If you are a fan of outdoor cooking but do not fancy gas grills because they are cumbersome and heavy, do not worry; the Spark Smart grill comes to your aid with its sleek design and easy-to-use functionality. If you look at the pictures, you’d get the idea that it is a smart grill but it is not.
It rather relies on a proprietary charcoal briquette system that is versatile and makes your food even smokier and tastier. Versatile and easy to use, the Spark Grill uses compressed charcoal panels, called ‘Briqs’ that are made from classic woods like hickory and Applewood.
As soon as you turn on the knob, these panels ignite instantly. The knob allows you to control the temperature between 250-900˚F. This wide range of control system allows any BBQ lover to indulge in low and slow cooking, mid-temperature grilling and high-heat searing. It also prevents you from the hassle of lighting coals and getting the fire going.
This all-in-one charcoal-fueled grill system has a series of fans to provide the same level of temperature control that any gas counterpart would offer. Balancing tech, modernity and familiarity, the Spark Smart Grill is made from double-walled porcelain-enameled steel. Easily pair with the companion smartphone app using Bluetooth technology and check the temperature remotely and even get notifications.
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Spark Smart Grill is available in Essential, Prime and Chief packages, with price starting from $1,100. The additional accessories like Pizza Pack, Grill cover, temperature probes and cutting board can be brought separately, in case there is some wear and tear they bear over time.