May 11, 2009

Hot Stone Grill - Hotstone Grilling for the Home

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There's a new cooking experience at many restaurants we've been to - hot stone or hot salt cooking. We've also seen this type of cooking on No Reservations and other cooking shows where they eat strange meats. You can now experience this type of cooking in your own home with the Hotstone from Giles & Posner. Its high temperature seals in natural juices and nutrients without the need to use fats or oils providing a unique texture, taste and experience with added health benefits.

  • Taste and Texture - grilling with your Hot Stone brings out the foods natural flavours
  • Keeps meats moist and tender - transfer cooked food directly to your plate, no danger of overcooking or drying out
  • Healthy Fast Food - food is ready in minutes and there is no need to use fats or oils
  • Unique Experience - Ideal for Entertaining friends and family
  • Flexible - Can be used for indoor or outdoor dining
  • Complete control - cook your meat to suit your personal preference
Via Popgadget at Hot Stone Grill

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 11, 2009 8:18 AM
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