Italian ingenuity led to the creation of this grill, a cooking grid that lets you cook in your fireplace or over a campfire. This traditional, cast iron grill provides a special Tuscan accent whether you grill vegetables, fish or poultry. The freestanding grill adjusts to three different cooking heights. The cooking grid measures 16¼" by 18¼", excluding its wooden handles; 16" tall. Simple assembly required. Made in Italy.
Material: Cast Iron
Dimensions: 16¼" by 18¼", excluding its wooden handles; 16" tall.
Included with Item: Instructions
Country of Origin: Italy
Other Notes: Can be left outside, simple assembly required, 3 heights
This grill represents a pretty good idea - self standing frame with some simple height adjustments, and a moveable grill.
How would you like to spend $175 (with shipping) and find that the welding is so bad that beads of steel are stuck all over the grill - not 3 or 4 either - maybe 50. It really looks like a young kid on his first practice in junior high (when they still had shop) built this. I would expect to find something like this for $25 at some kind of closeout store.
I've never gotten anything from Sur La Table that I didn't feel pretty good about - this is something else. The interesting thing is I think it might work fine at the beach, but the price offers more than something that is functionally little more than old auto parts cobbled together - and this is from the country that makes Ferraris!
I would send it back, but the hassle factor isn't worth it from Maui
Best Answer:Hi Mindy,I have no idea either - possibly a place to put matches or salt and pepper - the only instruction included in my box was a single piece of paper that showed where each of two bolts went.Dou