An Argentinian style Gaucho Grill is perfect for anyone who loves to play with fire! The Nuke Delta 2 brings you back to the tradition of making an event out of the cooking process. Take a close look at the Nuke Delta Argentinian grill in this video review.
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The Nuke Argentinian-style gaucho grill elevates your grilling experience to a new level. Inspired by the centuries-long tradition of Gauchos grilling on the South American prairies, South American artisans handcraft this grill giving the unique design and features. The Delta by Nuke will create a new grilling experience right in your backyard.
The Delta 2 has 547 square inches of main cooking area and lined with refractory bricks for even heat performance. Adjust the grill grate with the handle and lock system to sear or slow cook when you need. Use the separate firebox to start or refuel your fire without affecting your cooking area. Distribute coals along the base when and where you need them, to give ultimate heat control of your grill. Close the attached lid on those windy days or when you want to create an oven or smoker effect. Use the front fold-down door for storing accessories or a warming shelf while you grill.
Saute vegetables or other delicate foods with the included grill pan. Add it to the top of the firebox for an extra 188 square inches of cooking space. Add your own outdoor skillet or wok for endless cooking possibilities. The steel cart has a wood base that is perfect for storing charcoal or other grill accessories. This cart has two swivel casters that roll on any patio surface and lock in place when you are ready to grill. This grill comes with a full-length vinyl cover, 30-inch fire poker, 30-inch shovel, and 19 5/8 by 9 5/8-inch grill pan.
Featuring: Randy Watson
Filmed/Produced by Paris Frederick