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Published on December 9th, 2011 | by Ruth


Be The Life Of The Party With Bravo Sports Party Hub Grill Fryer

Like most Amer­i­cans, we love to grill. Steak, kabobs, as­para­gus, pota­toes, gar­lic, fen­nel, onions… (This mes­sage in­ter­rupt­ed by co­pi­ous drool.) Grilling is, by def­i­ni­tion, a so­cial en­deav­or. To this end, we are al­ways on the look­out for a grill that max­i­mizes the num­ber of peo­ple we can feed, with the min­i­mum pos­si­ble stor­age. The Bra­vo Sports Par­ty Hub Grill Fry­er is de­signed with a big group in mind.

We’ll ad­mit that from the pic­tures, we were ex­pect­ing a small­er, lighter prod­uct. With a ship­ping weight of 45 lbs., it’s got a heft to it. How­ev­er, the legs fold in to a pret­ty portable size, mak­ing it great to store. Ba­si­cal­ly, this is not a back­pack­ing grill. This is a home grill that you can al­so haul around in your ve­hi­cle. The de­sign is much sex­i­er than the port­ly grills we’re used to. The blue de­tail­ing on the black stain­less steel and ce­ram­ic con­struc­tion adds to the an­thro­po­mor­phic ap­peal. The grill comes pre-as­sem­bled, so as long as you al­ready have an AA bat­tery, you’re good to go on a grilling ad­ven­ture.

Some­times avail­able pow­er and heat is a wor­ry, but this grill goes up to 650 de­grees F. It boasts in­de­pen­dent tem­per­a­ture con­trols and three dif­fer­ent cook­ing func­tions. As if that wasn’t enough, the cook­ing sur­face has a drain chan­nel that goes in­to the sup­pled oil-catch bot­tle, so you won’t be deal­ing with day-af­ter clean-up re­morse. It’s fu­eled by a 1-lb propane can­is­ter, but comes with an op­tion­al hose at­tache­ment for a 20-lb tank.

So, grab 11 of your fa­vorite peo­ple, some buns and some meat, and get go­ing, fill­ing the 452 square inch­es of cook­ing sur­face with de­li­cious cook­ing food. Not on­ly is this an in­frared grill, it al­so has a warm­ing plate and a deep fry­er. How many grills have you met with a deep fry­er? Think of the onion ring and fried pota­to pos­si­bil­i­ties… It al­so comes with a cut­ting board, an oil-catch bot­tle and an easy-to-read ther­mome­ter. Ba­si­cal­ly, the Bra­vo Sports Black­top 360 means busi­ness. At $250, we feel like that’s a good thing.

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The ampersand tattoo on her shoulder goes a long way towards explaining Ruth's outlook on life: there's always an "and." With TrulyNet, Ruth enjoys working on social media and writing... and editing... and... Ruth went to the University of Oregon, where she studied music, dance and cognitive psychology (and sleeping very little). While there, she designed classes and taught arts enrichment to talented and gifted grade-school students. After graduation, Ruth spent several years as a Market Analyst at a large law firm in New York. Feeling the pull back to the west coast, Ruth moved to San Francisco and worked for Stanford for a year before deciding to focus on her passion for the arts. Ruth spends more time on Facebook that she cares to admit. When not attached to the computer, working for TrulyNet, or dancing, Ruth rock climbs, knits, swims, obsessively plays Boggle, plays games, plays tennis, cooks, sips beer, wine and whiskey, and travels seeking adventure.

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