Firemagic grills were featured at the SPOGA/GAFA show in Cologne Germany over the Labor Day Weekend.
CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif., May 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — May is National Barbecue Month and to kick it off, Fire Magic® premium grills, a brand with a 75-year history of innovative design and superior performance, launches the latest in its luxury grill line up, the Fire Magic Black Diamond Edition grill.
Part of the revered Echelon Diamond Collection, the new Fire Magic Black Diamond Edition grill delivers the Echelon Diamond’s best-in-class quality and performance in a retro-styled black porcelain ceramic design that pays homage to the original Fire Magic grill introduced in 1937. The Black Diamond Edition features Fire Magic’s signature Magic View window and advanced heat distribution system. It is available as a 36″ built-in unit (propane or natural gas) and with accompanying refrigerator, side cookers and doors for the ultimate outdoor cooking experience.
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R.H. Peterson Co presented an impressive line-up of new and existing products during the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Expo held March 16-19 in New Orleans. Some of the exciting new products unveiled included the limited edition Fire Magic Black Diamond Grill, the innovative American Fyre Designs French Barrel Oak Table Collectionand the beautiful and efficientReal Fyre G31 3-tiered gas log and the Millivolt Direct Vent Insert systems.
Great article on the advantages of cooking with gas. Thanks for the shout out, Pensacola Hardware!
When selecting just the right grill for your needs, there are a few key features to consider. These elements can make for an easy and enjoyable grilling experience. “The salt air can be hard on grills,” Nobles said. “For customers who live on the beach, it is best to purchase grills that are predominantly stainless. For high-end outdoor kitchens, Fire Magic is a good choice.
Heating oil prices are falling. Natural gas utilities predict lower bills this winter. But the cost is rising for one heating fuel: firewood.
Across Eastern and Central Massachusetts, firewood dealers are reporting short supplies and prices that are running 15 to 20 percent higher than they were last year.
In Groton, Steven Morton, owner of Steven’s Firewood, said he ran out of seasoned wood in August, about three months earlier than most years, despite boosting his prices to $325 a cord from $275 last year.
At Little Brook Logging and Garden Center in Saugus, owner Rick Maltais increased prices by $50 a cord, to $375 for seasoned wood and $275 for so-called green wood, which needs about six months to dry. In past years, Maltais said, he could depend on deliveries of 30 cords of seasoned wood a day; this year he’s getting