Product Review: Grate Chef Grill Products

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Grate Chef, Inc.. All opinions are 100% mine.

Grilling is a staple in many homes all summer long. At my house we use our grill several times a week. 

My motto here at Tip Garden is to share quick and easy tips for busy people. When Grate Chef asked me to try their products out and share them with you, I knew it was the perfect line of products to try out. Anything to make cooking easier and clean up quicker is good in my book!

My husband and I have started  to really experiment with our grilling now that we are empty nesters, we are ready to go beyond hot dogs and hamburgers. 

The problem is we are still learning. Trying out fish, pork chops, and other cuts of meats we have not grilled before has left us with some stuck on food and with flare ups that have burned a few meals during our learning curve! Now that we have the Grate Chef products, no more flare ups or stuck on food!

They have really helped us feel like we have an extra tool in being successful, dare I say almost professional? (ok maybe not yet, but we are on our way!)  I mean who  wouldn't  love having products that give you a professional results in cooking on your grill as well as cleaning it?

In researching the company before deciding to try them out, I learned that they have over 40 years of experience in both food service, as well as retail food sales.  

Here are my favorite products:

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Today I was grilling some foil packet dinners, and when I went to flilp the packet, one of them leaked a little through the folded over seam and I had a major flare up when the grease hit the flames. Using FlareDown helped me control my cooking!

Here's how it works:

Grate Chef Flare Down Video Demo


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I love those grill wipes! Talk about fast and easy clean up! It leaves your grill ready to go for next time, and gets you back to your favorite activities in no time!

Did you know that Grate Chef Grill Wipes are the only product that keeps all types of food from sticking to your grill as well as cleaning the grill grates? How awesome is that?  No more stuck on Salmon at my house!

Check out this Demonstration:

Grate Chef Grill Wipes Video Demo

They are designed for every backyard griller.

Works on all types of grills: charcoal, gas and electric.

These make a perfect house warming gift, Fathers day gift, or even for a "couples" wedding shower! Give all these great products along with some grilling tools, would make a perfect gift!

Let me tell you where to find them!

They can be found at many hardware stores and supermarkets nation wide.

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You can also buy them online: buy online

I don't often recommend specific products to my readers, but this is one line of products I can't live without!

Give them a try yourself, you'll love them.


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1 comment:

  1. What Awesome looking products. Wonderful products to put in a gift basket along with other grilling items.
    commercial grill sprays can cause flare-ups when you spray them on the grill grate. Instead of, dip a folded paper towel in vegetable or olive oil, and holding it with tongs, draw it evenly across the bars of the hot grill grate just prior to cooking.

    tips for preventing food from sticking to the grill grate:

    Preheat the grill grate, brush with a stiff-bristled wire grill brush, and oil well before cooking. Repeat at the end of the grill session while the grate is still hot.

    Slice a raw potato in half lengthwise. Once the grill is hot, slide the cut potato down the grill in one direction. The starch from the potato will coat the grill and make it non-stick!

    Typically, a grill grate that is cleaned after each use and treated occasionally with oil or other lubricant will become seasoned, and you will have far fewer instances of food sticking to the grill. This approach is similar to curing cast iron pans, and works best if the lubricant is applied while the grill is still warm.

    Need to plan your barbecue in advance and warm your meat up to room temperature just before placing it on the grill. This will help prevent your meat from sticking to your grill as it reduces the temperature differential between the meat and the grill. It’s the same effect as chilling your martini glass before pouring the shaker into it, but in reverse. :}

    Resist the urge to turn the food prematurely, i.e., before the proteins have firmed up and are ready to release easily. You have to have Patience. By prying your meat off the grill squirts the juices out, which not only dries out the meat but causes the flames to flare up, causing the sticking problem. Expect your meat to stick at first and as the meat approaches the temperature of the grill and as the grill sears the meat, the meat will release itself from the grill. Practice your patience by watching the meat carefully for signs of surrender from the grill before turning it over.

    Turn food only once with a thin-bladed spatula.

    Limit your use of sauces and marinades with a high sugar content; they will cause food to stick as they caramelize.

    for the grill grate: “Keep it hot, keep it clean, keep it lubricated.”


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