Howdy Everyone and welcome to Outdoors Grilling. I have been Grilling and or smoking food in one way or another for the last 30 years or so.
Over that time period, I have tried a lot of different accessories to help improve the quality of my food or to make it easier.
I have learned a lot from trial and error. Made a lot of mistakes and had some good success. Now I would like to share some of it.
There is nothing like a fresh grilled/smoked meat
Throughout the Years I have grilled over an open fire many times while camping. As well as pulling out the old Kettle charcoal grill and Grilling a nice steak.
I have enjoyed the quick and easy use of a propane grill for many years as well.
Over the years I even started smoking food in an electric smoker. Even really enjoy the food from a pellet smoker all have the pros and cons.
The Accessories have changed
Through the years the Essentials are the same. No matter what you use whether it is a charcoal grill, Propane grill, pellet grill/Smoker, or any other form of grill/smoker. The basics have not
changed much. But there has been a ton of stuff made to help with the challenge.
THE GOAL OF OUR SITE
We are here to test out new ideas and new grilling/smoking items.
We want to help others get that perfect cook. While cutting down and the bad ones
Started Outdoors Grilling
First Visitor to site
If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.
All the best,
Founder Outdoors Grilling
can you share with me the dimensions of the grate (s)?
there are none assembled in our area and can’t find anything giving the size of the grates only total sq in of grilling area, but with 3 grates that isn’t enough information.
Thank you in advance for your response
Howdy. I apologize for the delayed response.
The top Grate is
24in x 6 1/2in deep
The Middle Grate is
24in x 12in deep
The Bottom grate is
25in x 20in deep
I am sorry for the late response
asking about the Pit Boss Laredo 1000