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Love my Space Grill

Perfect Bbq for small courtyard or balcony. Great power output and very easy to foldaway. Excellent product.

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Love my new Space Grill. Not only does it look fantastic. The grill also has great heat output.
Very happy with my purchase. Would recommend. Rod

Alan Johnson, Sydney.

Just amazing! Have a small courtyard with limited space so wanted something that was compact and not looking as though the whole courtyard was overpowered by a B.B.Q. Have the natural gas version, heats up extremely quick and quite powerful when 3 burners are all on. Love that it folds down and looks quite small in size, had to buy the stand as well, as I have no large wall spaces due to lots of glass, it is perfect and a great accessory to have if you have no walls to attach it or are a renter. Have had many B.B.Q.s over the years and this is the best ever for looks, size and power. Have already convinced friends who are about to buy a new B.B.Q. to get the Space Grill. A great buy!

The Space Grill has been a great BBQ!

I bought the grill in 2016. it's been on my balcony for 2 years and it looks basically brand new. Great engineering!


How To Grill A Frozen Steak

How To Grill A Frozen Steak

Authored By Marcus bechara

We all have those days. You know, the ones where you’re stuck behind a desk and can’t help but day dream about blue skies, warm sun and grilling up that juicy steak waiting  in the fridge at home. Now, imagine getting to the end of one of those days, braving a traffic-filled commute back home but know you have that steak to look forward to. Tired and hungry, you make it to the fridge only to find someone moved the steak to the freezer and it’s frozen solid. Just like that, your easy weeknight barbecue goes straight out the window…
… or does it?

A new trend circulating through the online grilling community is grilling frozen steaks, inspired by sheer laziness and a passion for grilling without bounds. Ok, I may be exaggerating; some science is involved, too.


Cooking a properly-dried and frozen steak not only produces a great crust, but also cooks evenly from end to end. Sure, a freshly cut steak is ideal since it’ll always have the best taste, but when you’re in a pinch and have to resort to frozen food, cooking a frozen steak is a pretty safe bet when it comes to taste you can count on.


There’s a lot to keep in mind when cooking frozen steak. If the steak isn’t wrapped and stored properly, an icy layer will form on the outside and drip into your grill, causing it to pop out and potentially burn you. Also, this method isn’t as effective for thinner cuts, which is why it’s not recommended. For best results, grill frozen steaks 1 to 1 1/2 inches thick. As mentioned above, nothing will be as good as a fresh steak, but when it comes to frozen alternatives, we’ll take it grilled, not thawed.


  1. Make sure the steaks are frozen flat and dry
  2. When you’re ready to grill, allow the grill to preheat.
  3. Arrange the steaks over the hot grate and allow to cook for five to seven minutes, flip once, and then another five to seven minutes. Remove from direct heat and place over indirect heat.
  4. Using a Thermometer, monitor the steaks’ internal temperature and take them off the grill once they reach 46 degrees Celsius.
  5. Wrap the steaks in foil and allow to rest for five minutes before serving.
  6. The temp will continue to rise as the steaks rest and, once on the dinner plate, they’ll be a juicy medium-rare with the right amount of crust.


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