Kalamazoo Gaucho Grill featured in New York Times

New York Times
Steven Raichlen

It’s summer and grilling season is in full swing! The time-honored tradition of cooking with a live wood fire and our Kalamazoo Gaucho Grill gives you the ability to harness the power of live fire cooking with modern conveniences. Steven Raichlen’s guide to wood burning grills in The New York Times features the Gaucho Grill for this reason. In the write-up, he highlights the Gaucho Grill’s state-of-the-art features that elevate live-fire cooking including the “open firebox crowned with a rotisserie and adjustable height grate on a flywheel.

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“Kalamazoo Hybrid Fire Grill and Kalamazoo Gaucho Grill: For charcoal and gas grillers not quite ready to abandon conventional fuels, the Chicago company Kalamazoo makes multifuel grills that combine the convenience of gas with the firepower of wood or charcoal. The Hybrid Fire Grill (starting at $12,995) has a solid fuel drawer under the grate; the Gaucho (starting at $20,795) has an open firebox crowned with a rotisserie and adjustable height grate on a flywheel.”

Innovation is at the heart of every Kalamazoo product. Each part of the collection – from grills and pizza ovens to refrigeration and cabinetry – represents a significant departure from the established norm. Our passion for outdoor cooking and our fiercely independent design philosophy drive us to establish new industry benchmarks. Consequently, our list of exclusives and innovations speaks for itself.

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