By Jennifer A. Grewal / NewsDay staff writerWith his eyes glued to the TV screen, the Monochrome Stainless Steel Bar Grill looks like a cheap ant farm contraption, but it actually uses all of the heat produced by the grill to create a cool, creamy, tasty bbQ.
The product was unveiled during a Google event in Toronto, Canada, and the company says it will roll out the concept nationwide in the coming weeks.
The company, which was founded in 2013, says the bbqs are made from stainless steel and stainless steel-to-bunched buns, so it doesn’t require refrigeration to cook them.
The grill is just a couple of inches thick and can be used in a wide range of applications, including barbeque, barbecue, slow-cooker bbquing and even as a smoker.
And, the company claims, they’re super easy to clean.
The bb qs are just a few inches thick, and you can use them in your backyard or in your kitchen, too.
The kitchen version is $1,699.99 and includes a stainless steel lid, stainless steel grate and stainless Steel T-bars.
The bar grill comes with a stainless Steel BQ griddle with a 60-degree grill.
The two cookers can be set up in a traditional bar or grill setup, or you can order the grill in a more industrial configuration with a large, 4,000-pound-capacity stainless steel oven.