The Andrew James Red Electric BBQ Grill Is a really smart, and very fashionable piece of kit. It is also very versatile, it can be used on the supplied stand for outdoors use, or off the stand if you prefer to use it on a base of some sort.

The grill is not a low end cooker, and as such it is a bit more expensive than some others. Some of the features that make it worth the extra include the fact that it has a domed hinged lid with an easily read top mounted integral thermometer. The domed lid is a real boon particularly if you are cooking outdoors as it shields the food and prevents a good deal of heat loss in breezy conditions. For indoor use, the domed lid effectively turns the unit into a simple adjustable oven. This is good for thicker meat cuts. By closing the lid you can adjust the heat to your preferred temperature.

The cooking surface has two profiles. 75% of the cooking area is ridged, making it ideal for steaks and vegetables. The rest of the cooking surface is flat, good for bacon, eggs and some sea foods etc.

Other features include adjustable heat up to 2.4 kilowatts, a tray to collect waste fat (pour a little hot water into this before cooking, makes cleaning much easier), and an easily cleaned non stick cooking area that can be removed if required. Additionally the Red Electric BBQ has a 2.9 metre power cord and a convenient condiments tray.

Features that make this grill ideal for use at home or away is that providing you have access to mains 230 volts, you will never have to worry about running out of charcoal or gas bottles. Plug it in, turn it on and you can be cooking in less than five minutes

Although what I'm about to say is not specific to this particular barbecue grill, it is well worth mentioning here. I've found in the last three or four years that electric barbecues are far outselling all other types. This is probably due to factors like our lovely UK weather and our busy lives getting in the way. By buying electric you are giving yourself an easy and convenient way to reproduce the 'feeling' of barbecue in your own kitchen.

I would recommend that a barbecue cover would also be a particularly good investment. If you are going to by an upmarket barbecue like this one, it makes sense to protect it from the elements while it's not in use outside, but also to protect it while it's being stored. This way, the unit should last years and still look great!

There are several electric barbecue makers that I can recommend. The best manufacturers deliver features that make them attractive in their own way. For me, the Andrew James Red barbecue scores highly for several reasons. It is of good quality, it is very stylish and, unusually for this type of BBQ - it has a domed lid with a built in temperature gauge. This last feature opens up a whole range of possibilities that I intend to explore! Find out more about the Andrew James range of Electric BBQ Grills by paying me a visit.

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