Nice Portable Grill
Great pellet grill with a lot of nice features you won’t find in others. My only gripe is the clean up of the stainless plates. The instructions say not to line it with foil. Not using any kind of liner leaves you with a lot of scrubbing to do afterwards. The asmoke pellets smell and taste amazing. The temperature readings were pretty accurate and start up was simple.
As the saying goes, there is only one chance for a first impression. The box and packaging provided great protection during shipping. Shipping was fast. Unboxing the ASmoke revealed a very well built unit that surpassed my expectations. Assembly was quick and simple. The control is easy to understand and use. During the initial burn in the temperature rose quickly in spite of 30 degree temperatures outdoors and mainted a steady internal temperature until shut down abut 40 minutes later. We bought this grill for camping and since we have 2 full size brand name pellet grills, it will be a couple months until we actually cook on this one but I am anxious to put it to work. First Impression was really good
New Steam-Grill ASCA System
8-in-1 Cooking Style
15% Faster Heating
Superior Build Quality
Programmable Meat Probe
Pour any number of liquids (sauces, cooking wines, etc.) into the designated tray and let the ASCA Technology™ get to work! The liquid will transform into superheated steam inside the grill. This micro-particle vapor will ensure your food stays moist and add a special hint of flavor, depending on the liquid you use.
Hotter temperatures for the steam reduce the overall time needed to reach internal temperatures. This has 2 benefits. Firstly, it makes the meat much juicer, tender, and loaded with flavor. Secondly, food is cooked up to 3x faster than other grills on the market
AUTO ASH CLEANSING
Once the cooldown process begins, the steam begins to cool and collect at the bottom of the grill. This helps clean the grill for you, as well as collect built-up ash. Once you’re finished, remove the pull-out tray to dispose of the ash, and empty the grease bucket on the side of the grill.