spruce eats

The Spruce Eats included our Kenyon Floridian Portable Electric Grill in their list of ‘The 6 Best Electric Grills of 2020’.

While the price tag may be a little higher, you can’t beat the sleek design and quality performance of the Kenyon Floridian All-Seasons Portable Electric Grill. This high-end model can heat up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit in just 10 minutes, and it’s even approved for indoor use on days when the weather isn’t agreeable.

The Floridian All-Seasons Grill has 155 square inches of cooking space, and the whole unit is made from sleek stainless steel. The grill grate and lid are dishwasher safe for easy cleaning, and reviewers say this electric model is durable and delivers unbeatable results.

 

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spy

Spy, a publication that focuses on gadgets and product reviews, included the Texan Built-In Electric Grill in their “13 Top-Rated Indoor Grills For Charbroiled Flavor Without The Smoke.”

“If you consider yourself a grill master, and you really want to have a grill top built into your kitchen or outdoor living space, look no further than the Kenyon Texan All Seasons Built-In Electric Grill. Kenyon has built a name for itself by creating electric grills that integrate seamlessly with existing countertops, and the Texan Grill is no exception. This indoor/outdoor grill boasts two independently controlled grill plates that can heat up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit in minutes. It also has a dual lid, allowing you to work with one half of the grill closed and the other open should you be cooking different foods for the same meal. With this awesome cooker installed on in your kitchen, whether that’s indoors or outdoors, you’ll never need a traditional grill again.”

 

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foodsided

FoodSided, brought to you by the FanSided Network, is dedicated to providing top-notch Food Reviews, Recipes & More news, views, and original content. This site also serves as a community for like-minded fans to come together to catch up on the latest news and to discuss their passion.

FoodSided posted an article with grill tips from our ‘Grill Specialist”, Mike Williams.

“Improving your grilling game can be easy. With these easy grilling tips from an expert grill master, that next backyard barbecue can be even tastier. Ready to get grilling?”

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Kenyon Introduces Texan Stand, Adding to Its Line of Sleek Outdoor Grills. New grill features Kenyon’s iconic electric technology, while adding more design options and functional workspace.

 

CLINTON, Conn., Aug. 19, 2020- Kenyon International, Inc., a specialty electric grill and cooktop manufacturer, announces its newest product, Texan Stand. Designed with the full grilling experience in mind, the Texan Stand packs a generous workspace for prep, cooking and serving all into a freestanding electric grill. The sleek stainless-steel electric grill is flameless, virtually smokeless and can exceed temperatures of 550 degrees without any chance of flare ups. The grill also has dual heat control technology to provide precision cooking, perfect for accommodating large sized-meals for the whole family.

The Texan Stand is also available with Kenyon’s IntelliKEN technology that has 16 different heat settings, a Touch Control system that integrates the latest swipe technology and Direct Temperature Feedback that gives users the ability to cook by temperature and time. For users that don’t need the added technology of IntelliKEN, the Texan Stand can be purchased with standard touch control or knobs. The grill is also available with different lid choices such as a split lid and single piece lid so that users can customize the look and functionality of their Texan Stand.

Additional features include:

  • Powerful performance – temperatures exceed 550 degrees and preheats in less than 7 minutes
  • Patented concealed electric elements eliminate flare-ups
  • Non-stick grates impart characteristic barbeque grill marks without the cleaning hassle as the grates are dishwasher friendly
  • Drip tray allows users to infuse grilled food with liquids such as beer and wine for added flavor
  • Marine-grade steel is weather resistant and rust proof

“At Kenyon, we’re always looking for innovative ways to improve our grilling products and overall customer experience,” said Phil Williams, president at Kenyon International Inc. “The Texan Stand is designed to accommodate meals for the entire family and is created with quality in mind so users can cook meals that are efficient yet still full of flavor.”

With the introduction of the Texan Stand, Kenyon continues its dedication to product ingenuity and its mission to provide top-of-the-line grilling and cooking options to its customers. The existing Kenyon product lines include premium electric grills and ceramic glass cooktops, designed with the latest cooking technology and available in an assortment of portable or built-in models to fit every individual’s cooking needs.

For more information on the Texan Stand or to purchase, visit: www.cookwithkenyon.com/shop/texan-stand.

About Kenyon
Kenyon, located on the Connecticut shoreline, manufactures a line of powerful and flame free electric grills. The company consistently surpasses challenging engineering concepts that lead their customers to a new and innovative cooking experience. Kenyon’s mission is to let everyone in on the fun of grilling as their electric grills are ideal for places that restrict the usage of gas and charcoal grills.

 

Texan Stand C70415

Here are a few simple steps you can take to ensure you years of world-class grilling:

 

  • Insert a drip tray into the bottom of the grill. Make sure the burner brackets are not resting on the drip tray.
  • Always fill the drip tray with 2 cups of liquid. Water is fine, but why not try something fun like beer! You can also try using apple juice if you are grilling pork, it adds a nice flavor to the meat. A can of lime soda is wonderful if you are grilling fish. Just remember to always add liquid to the drip tray prior to grilling. (Do NOT use flammable liquid) Then reinstall the cooking grate or griddle.
  • Depending on the model, plug your grill directly into an outlet, do not use extension cords.
  • Preheat the grill with the lid closed for 5 – 7 minutes on desired heat setting for type of food.
  • Use only high temp plastic utensils when grilling so they will not scratch the non-stick coating of cooking grates. You can purchase a set of our high-quality stainless steel with high temperature nylon here.
  • Close lid and cook. Enjoy the best grilled food you have ever tasted!
  • Once your grilling session is complete, grab a wet paper towel and wipe down your grate using tongs. 
  • Once cool, place grate/griddle in the dishwasher if needed along with the dirty dishes so that it’s ready for its next tour of duty! (Click here to learn more about taking care or your grate & griddle)

 

Learn to Grill the Basics:

Burgers

Chicken

T-Bone Steak

Hot Dogs

 

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wedding

‘Woman Getting Married’ is a wedding website dedicated to bringing bride-to-be’s the information they are desperately searching for.  From how much wedding rentals cost to help finding a dream wedding venue within their budget. WGM wrote a review on our Floridian Grill as a great option for couples to add to their registry!

city grill

“Since my husband Cory and I recently moved into an apartment that has outdoor space we can actually use (compared to our last two apartments where our patios were basically just for show), we have been SO excited to spend all our time outside.

One of the first things we wanted to get (besides patio furniture) when we moved in was a grill. Because we live in a high-rise apartment building, however, gas and charcoal grills (basically anything with an open flame) are not allowed, so we knew we needed to get an electric grill. Plus, even though we have a good amount of space outside, the grill still needed to be compact and portable. We also wanted something that looked nice that we wouldn’t mind being on display. The search was on!”

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helm

Welcome to From the Helm with MarineMax, where hosts Lisa and Kelley connect with boating industry leaders for weekly Boating Broadcasts. Watch as we get cooking with Mike from Kenyon and The Heimensen Family grilling team!

This episode highlights grilling blueberry pancakes with the Kenyon Grill and Griddle!

 

Live video from 7/30/2020

dining playbook

Billy Costa brings the premier food, dining, and entertainment program, Dining Playbook, to NESN, the Flagship Network of the Boston Red Sox. Dining Playbook celebrates New England’s two favorite pastimes: food and sports with help from the regions best known hosts, athletes and tastemakers.

Kenyon was featured on their Home Cooking Heroes segment. For those who miss grilling outside while we’re stuck inside, we have you covered with our electric grill! Chef PJ is showing Billy how to create the perfect steak dinner and burgers using a Kenyon Grill, and this is one staple meal you can’t miss out on.



Thank you Chef PJ Lewis of Simon’s Marketplace (Chester, CT).

Click here to check out more videos by NESN’s Dining Playbook.

grate

To get the best performance out of your grate/griddle follow these steps:

 

  • The grate/griddle is naturally non-stick so adding oil or fat (butter, margarine) to the surface is not needed in most situations, lightly oiling before making eggs on the griddle is advisable. Adding these may lead to unnecessary smoke. Cooking with food that has been marinated will not damage the grate or griddle but it should be cleaned off after grilling so it does not bake on. See below for more cleaning tips.

 

  • To reduce the risk of liquid fully evaporating from the drip tray, do not preheat longer than 10 minutes before placing food on the grill. When liquid evaporates fully from the drip tray there is an increased risk for smoke as well.

 

  • We recommend using high temperature nylon or silicone utensils on the grate and griddle so the coating is not damaged when tending to the grill. You can find our utensil kit on our website or use your own tools but using metal utensils or wire brushes will damage the coating and damage caused by these types of utensils are not covered under warranty.

 

  • The easiest way to clean the grate or griddle after using is with a wet paper towel and a pair of tongs immediately after finishing, while still hot. This will prevent marinades or fat from baking onto the surface and make cleaning more difficult. If you have allowed the grate or griddle cool after using, simply turn it back on to warm up and the wet paper towel will still be effective.

 

  • Occasionally, put the grate or griddle into the dishwasher after it has cooled for a deep clean, this will loosen and remove any materials from the bottom and return the product to excellent condition.

 

  • Like all non-stick cookware, over time the non-stick properties will begin to fade and food may begin to stick to the grate or griddle, if/when this occurs you can either replace the grate/griddle or use oil prior to throwing food on but be advised this will lead to a chance for increased smoke. If this occurs within 3 years of original purchase, give us a call and we will replace the item for you.

Kenyon Customer Service can be reached at: kenyonservice@nullcookwithkenyon.com

Or by phone at: (860) 664-4906


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swagger

The City Grill was reviewed on SWAGGER.

city grill

“The Kenyon City Grill has the aesthetics of a built-in grill and also gives you the convenience of portability. Outdoors on summer afternoons or indoors on a cold winter evening, the Kenyon City Grill is your go-to product for Barbecuing. Don’t get caught without a Kenyon this summer or winter. Taking the grill indoors is not an option for traditional coal or wood-burning Barbecues.”

 

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esquire

Esquire included the City Grill in an article ‘20 Cool Camping Gadgets to Pack on Your Imminent Escape into Nature’.

“Now, this grill requires a plug (which really isn’t a problem these days), but it’s still portable as long as you’re not going on a trek to get to the campsite. The City Grill was designed for terraces, beaches, and camping, and operates as closely to a full fledged grill as possible. The cook you get on this thing is impressive. Plus, when you’re not in the tree-ridden wilderness but the taxi- and smog-ridden city, it’s still useful.”

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