Inventor Mike Esposito invented the Vertical Grill to solve the problem of grease drippings creating smoke flare-ups that leave carcinogens on the food.
The Vertical Grill was designed so that grease drippings fall into a basin at the bottom of the grill. Food is placed in a custom grilling basket and hung between two charcoal heating columns. This also enables the food to be cooked on both sides simultaneously in half the time as conventional grilling. The Grill also has a standard grilling surface at the top which is ideal for toasting buns or roasting corn on the cob.
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