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Cast Iron Grill Press

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  • Flattens meat to help it cook faster
  • Presses paninis and other grilled sandwiches
  • Removes unwanted fats from meats
  • Works on grills, stoves, and griddles
  • Heat-resistant spiral handle is cool to the touch
  • Made in China
Cast iron and stainless steel
One Cast Iron Grill Press
Wash with soap and water
8.7" x 5.3" x 3.75"
2.9 lbs
Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including soot, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and carbon monoxide, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Cast Iron Grill Press


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Heavy-duty cast iron · Squeezes excess fat out · Helps protein cook faster
A cast iron grill press lends a heavy-duty hand out on the grill or when you’re cooking on the stove. It works to squeeze out extra fat and flatten foods like burgers, bacon, and steaks for faster cooking, or you can use it to grill sandwiches panini-style.
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George and Bruce Prior

Brothers and BBQ Dragon inventors George and Bruce Prior started making grill accessories to do the typical jobs faster and better because, while they’re both fans of grilling, they knew there was room for improvement among the typical tools. Though they created the BBQ Dragon rechargeable grill fan and chimney with a focus on getting charcoal fires going faster, George and Bruce have also beefed up grill tools and accessories to make prep work and cooking more efficient—and with perfectly done, tasty results. They’ve got every step smartly covered between “Fire’s on” and “Let’s eat”.