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Martha Stewart Gas Grill

K Mart sold a gas grill by Martha Stewart in the mid to late 1990's.  Do you know who manufactured it?

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Charcoal vs. Gas Grill | Martha Stewart

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Martha Stewart Gas Grill

I think this is the manufacturer ImClone Systems, Inc. check this link Hope that helps.
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What is the difference between, marmalade, preserves, and jam?

I know that Wikipedia is not necessarily an authoritative source, but this article seems to explain the (slight) differences very well. Fruit preserves
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I have a 3 or 4 year old Genesis Three Burner Weber Grill. The grill when turned on would only get up to about 250 to 300 degrees. I bought a new regulator and hose and it seems no gas was going to the flame tubes . . . no smell of gas. I bought another regulator and hose and no gas again. Then I turned the gas tank valve on slowly and the gas came out. I got the temperature up to 550 degrees. Great! The next time I turned the gas on and tried to start the grill, again, no gas flowing. I turned the tank valve on slowly several times but to no avail. What is the problem? Thanks, Alan

The gas in the bottle is not a just pure gas but it is contain also very small quantities of oils and dirt. So with long time use they are creating a thin layer over regulator and valve parts, like springs and injector rods which make them to stuck. This what is happening with th tank gas valve which you may turn the regulator but the inside parts are stuck. Sometimes if you hit a litle bit it can work again but this is not a solution. The solution is to replace the tank gas valve with new one. Also you should know that since you have this problem with tank valve then most posible to have also some problem with burners gas valves in the future. One way to avoid this and also with the new tank valve is when you realise that the gas tank is almost empty the is better to replace the tank since the last gas in geting out the most of the above mention oil and dirt and end on the valves.
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I recently purchased a Charbroil 463270309 CB Outdoor Gas Grill that I converted to natural gas. Not only am I somewhat new to the world of BBQ (briquets) but I am completely clueless about using a gas grill. The top grill area (where the meat sits) is directly over the gas burners and I am concerned about the fat and meat juices dripping and clogging them. Also, is there a way to add mesquite flavor? Are there any good books that you would recommend that would give me instructions and explain my options? I love BBQ so much and I want to get started using it but I don't want to jump into this without instructions and then end up ruining my new grill. Thanks so much for your help!! Wish I could thank you by having you over for some BBQ when I get it figured out! :-)

Jamie, grilling can really be fun and rewarding, There is a slight learning curve and there may be a charred steak or two, but that's part of the learning experience.First, let me address the a couple of things for you. You DO NOT use briquet's of any sort with this grill.The other concern you had was the meat juices dripping down onto the burners and clogging them. Unless you're missing some parts ... there should be 4- metal tent looking parts called Flame Tamers or Flavorisers (depends on who the manufacturer is) that sit over top of each burner and prevents grease from getting directly on the burner. Once hot, the grease vaporises when it hits these and sends the juicy flavor back to whatever you're grilling. It also helps prevent flare ups to a point.Since you're new at gas grilling, one of the most important things is properly preheating the grill , with the hood/lid closed. This may take any where from 15 to 30 minutes, depending on how hot you want the grill surface. In your case, since it's a Natural Gas Grill, it will take bit longer to preheat, as compared to a Propane Gas Grill. That's because, Propane burns cleaner and hotter in an outdoor environment , than Natural Gas.As far as recipes and grilling tips are concerned, there are some in your Owners Manual as well as Watching Food Network, can provide you with a wealth of information from shows like "Down Home with the Neally's", "Boy Meets Grill " with Bobby Flay, as well as "Good Eats" with Alton Brown.If there is one other thing to point out, it's cleaning and maintaining your grill. If you stay ahead on the cleaning, it won't be such a chore. Generally, I recommend using a brass bristle grill brush, dipped in cold water, to clean the grates right after you've finished grilling. The burners are OFF but, the grill grates are still hot. Dip the grill brush in cold water and run the brush across the grates. The steam this generates will clean the grease right off. And it only take a few swipes and about 3 minutes to complete. Oh, one other thing ...If you haven't already, invest in a high quality cover for you grill. Believe me, the investment is worth it's weight in gold..Well, I hope all of this has proved to be informational and that you will come to enjoy grilling.Good luck to you and Happy Grilling!!
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What is the bottom of the kenmore gas grilled called?????

Hello Dee, Sorry you didn't get exactly what you thought you were getting but you should be able to find the model of the oven section ( top part of grill) and locate a tag of some sort that youcan bring with you to Sears ( they market Kenmore) Service deskand they should be able to track down all the parts you need to complete it ( You'll be looking for the base cabinet that matches the oven ).. They should also be able to provide you with assembly directions too.. Good Luck...
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Weber gas grill wont heat past 300 degrees

Are the fire red , orange or blue? must likely is the burner control. check the air control at the back of the burner control, it should be open all the way. it it is, then try another themostate.
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My grill won't light, and I don't hear gas running

I had the same problem with my grill once last year and again this year. I installed the tank on my son's grill and it worked perfectly. Try replacing the regulator, it worked for me.
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Gas will not flow to burner to light grill?

Could be the reg on the tank , not working no flow of gas ,
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I have a Weber spirit 3 burner grill. It's about three years old. If I turn on gas at regulator, no problem. Once I turn on gas at grill and then light the grill, I begin to smell gas. I've taken off the grilling grates and the diffusers, so I can see the burners. They are all lit. I've inspected the hose, and it seems to be in good condition. I've sprayed it and just about everything else with soapy water and I don't see any gas escapiing. The only thing that looks slightly abnormal is that the rear burner is burning a little less high, and a little bluer than the two front burners. Otherwise, everything looks ok.

Did you check round the burner control knobs
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