Thursday, January 26, 2012

Win A Blacktop 360 Grill Fryer!


I reviewed the 360 Party Hub earlier this week. The Grill-Fryer is packing over 24K in BTUs and a ridiculous 452 square inches of cooking surface. There's no assembly required so you can spend your precious extra minutes marinating up perfectly marbled meat medleys for your mates. It folds up fast and fits easily into the durable storage bag, so you can hit the road before the fuzz make the scene.
Main Features:



•Deep Fryer, Infrared Grill, Griddle and integrated Warming Plate



•Independent temperature controls



•24,000 BTUs total with three separate cooking functions



•650°F+ ceramic infrared grill burner



•Super-durable double porcelain enamel cook surface



•Portable with storage/carrying bag included



•No assembly required



Details:



•Stainless steel burner construction



•Stainless steel and ceramic Infrared burner



•Electronic pulse ignition (requires one AA battery—not included)



•Optional hose attachment for 20 lb. propane tank



•All-steel powder-coated and enameled folding frame



•Insulated handles with integrated tool holders



•Accessory rail for cutting board or additional equipment



•Lid fits over grill, griddle or warming plate.



•Cooking surface has a dedicated drain channel and supplied insulated oil holder



•Rubber feet for stability and protection



•Included accessories: Cutting board, slosh ring, thermometer, liquid catch bottle, three-position cover, storage/carrying bag



Want to win a Blacktop 360 Party Hub Grill of your own? One US reader will win! To enter, tell me your favorite grill recipe! Leave your recipe in a comment below!

Get one bonus entry for each of the following:

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YOU MAY ALSO ENTER THIS GIVEAWAY ON MY BLOG, AWAY WE GO!

One winner will be drawn randomly from all entries received.

Giveaway ends Feb. 2, 2012 at midnight! Good Luck!



Disclosure: I was sent a grill in exchange for this post. No monetary compensation received.

114 comments:

Mysharona said...

MY favorite recipe is simple veggie mix.

I take yellow squash,onion, mushrooms and chop them all up.

I put them on tinfoil with olive oil, salt,pepper,a little bit of basil and grill them.

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blue65829 said...

My favorite grill recipe is marinated artichokes!
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mar said...

My favorite grill recipe is to grill corn on the cob. I drench them in a butter and lime mixture. I sprinkle on salt; cover with with the husks and gril!

slb3334 said...

Mine is steak.

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mkjmc said...

I love Grilled pinapple~
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Lori Hart said...

Grilled shrimp kabobs: 1lb large shrimp, 5-6 slices bacon, cherry tomatoes, red onion, lime juice, 2 cloves garlic crushed, black pepper.

On a skewer, poke the end of a bacon slice, then a shrimp, then wrap the bacon over the shrimp and skewer. ALternate tomatoes, onioin and shrimp as you wrap the bacon in and out of the shrimp. Mix lime juice, garlic adn black pepper and brush it over the kabobs. Grill till cooked. YUM


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karenb834 said...

My favorite grill recipe is slicing potatoes and onions placing them in tin foil with butter and onion salt and cooking on the grill, oh my goodness they are so good. Thanks so much

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dawns41 said...

Here is a recipe for Grilled Corn
4 ears fresh corn, in their husks
Butter (or an herb butter) for serving

1 Prepare your grill, gas or charcoal, with direct, high heat, about 550°F.

2 Place the corn in their husks on the hot grill. Cover. Turn the corn occasionally, until the husks are charred on all sides, about 15 to 20 minutes.

3 Remove corn from grill. Let sit for 5 minutes. Use a hand towel to protect your hands while removing the silks and charred husks from the corn.

Serve hot, with butter.
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stOOpidgErL said...

we love to grill up steaks that have been marinated in teriyaki sauce

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Laurie Harrison said...

My husband does most of the grilling. We usually do steak, chicken, and burgers. I do the side dishes (that's where the true work is, am I right?)
We have made a drunken chicken where you use one whole chicken and place a half can of beer up the rear, close the lid and let it cook. Hubby uses a thermometer until it hits the spot where it says the bird is done.
This is the coolest grill. I sure hope we win. Our old BBQ has seen better days.

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Tina said...

I have never grilled before! I lived in an apartment until a few months ago. I hope to start soon!

mogrill said...

I like grilled Salmon.
Thanks for the chance.
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freddie said...

1 large zucchini cut-up, 1/2 onion cup-up, bacon cup-up, salt, pepper, garlic powder Wrap all of this in foil and cook until very tender, about 20 minutes. Add your favorite kind of cheese and let melt. This is so good. dwelchert@yahoo.com

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one frugal lady said...

I love shrimp kabobs with fresh veggies on the grill!
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blue65829 said...

My favorite grill recipe is marinated artichokes! you prep them and boil inside, then marinate in balsamic and garlic and olive oil and finish on the grill. labor intensive, but completely worth it!

McKim said...

We like deer or elk tenderloin wrapped in bacon and topped with sliced onions. Dot top with margarine and wrap up in foil and cook on grill until cooked through.

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sweetsue said...

I marinate my steaks in olive oil, crushed garlic and rosemary and grill them.
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Gloria S said...

our favorite is BBQ pork chops--just cook the pork chops with salt and pepper. Put the BBQ sauce on towards the end of cooking

amasfun47 said...

Grilled marinated sirloins yum
Marinade sirloins in zesty italian dressing in a covered bowl in fridge overnight.Following day place on grill 6 min each side or for how done you like your steak.Serve with baked beans & coleslaw.Perfect dinner.
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mickeyfan said...

We like what we call Hobos. You take (raw) hamburger, sliced potatoes, onions, tomatoes, peppers, really--anything you like, and put it in foil and grill it until done. Just make sure you oil the foil so the potatoes slide out.

LauraJJ said...

My favorite grill recipe is just chicken pieces with lots of lawrys salt on them. YUM
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Laura S said...

My favorite grill recipe:
Drain a can of pineapple slices, and mix juice with 1C soy sauce, 1/4C brown sugar and 1t minced garlic in a large ziploc bag. Save pineapple slices. Marinate chicken breasts in soy mixture overnight. Grill chicken breasts and pineapple slices.

Vixen said...

Marinade pork cut into cubes with apple butter, thread onto skewers with onions, peppers, and thick chunks of apples. Grill, baby, grill. I am queenesperfect at yahoo.com

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Gloria S said...

i like shish kabobs with chicken, squash, peppers, onions and seasoned with butter and seasoning salt

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Diane52 said...

I follow via google and I load skeewers with chunks of chicken (for safety reasons partially cook chicken before) add green, red peppers and onions. Season to your liking. I marinate in Italian Lite salad dressing then grill.
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AbstractRose said...

I love to grill steak! It's so easy! Get a nice piece of ribeye, rub in a little salt and pepper and throw it on the grill. Three minutes each side for medium rare. Simple and taste like an expensive restaurants.

erma said...

I love grilled steak.
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Chip said...

Beef Sish Kaboobs are so simple

Marinate my beef in Newman's Own Oil and Vinegar dressing for 24 hours.

Cut up veggies and parboil. Thread on wooden skewers alternating veggies with meat.

Grill!!
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Super Blogger Girl! said...

I love to grill fruit, I grill pinapple, pears, and even plaintains!

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On_My_Way_R_u said...

We wrap steaks with bacon after rubbing them with garlic.
We also soak corn on the cob (in husk) overnight in an old bay/water or beer mixture. We grill it and then peel it after it's cooled. Awesome!!!

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Easy but delicious. Take a family size frozen bag of mized vegetable like broccoli, cauliflower and carrots and wrap in aluminum foil that has been sprayed with Pam and seasoning salt and butter to taste. Wrap and grill! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net :)

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channallocks said...

seasonal veggies with 30 min mrs dash yummy

michedt said...

I love grilled jalapeno peppers.

Jalapeno peppers, as many as you want.
cream cheese
bacon

Cut jalapenos lengthwise and remove seeds and pith.
fill center with cream cheese
wrap with slice of bacon and secure with a toothpick.

Place on grill until bacon is done.

Love these things!
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rparis said...

my favorite recipe is barb ribs, it is from a gourmet magazine located
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Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

My favorite is Grilled Salmon with a peach glazed topped with mango salsa.

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Dominique said...

One of my fav grill recipes is from Giada. It's grilled fruit. I like to use bananas (halved lengthwise), peaches (sliced), nectarines (sliced), pineapple rings, etc. You coat the fruit with white sugar in a bowl & grill over med heat 3-4 min on each side, til you get a golden crust. In a bowl you'll need to mix 3 TBSP of simple syrup (sugar & water; brought to a boil, then simmer til sugar dissolves), juice of 1 lemon, and 1/4 C chopped fresh mint leaves & fresh blueberries. Drizzle over grilled fruit and enjoy!

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buzzd said...

I do the hamburger w/onion soup mix and a few sprinkles of garlic powder then mix in bbq sauce then grill. I also like to grill corn on the side

turq said...

My favorite grill recipe is boneless chicken breast that have been marinating overnight in italian dressing and coat it with Tony Chacheres seasoning,dang it is so tenter and really good :)
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Atreau said...

I like grilled rosemary potatoes.

Take potatoes, cut them into thick cubes. drizzle olive oil, fresh rosemary and sea salt on it. Grill until cooked.

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chicken marinated in bbq sauce

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