|Close-up, the masonry firebox and backsplash/windguard of this Argentine Grill Kit with Side Brasero and Emberguard looks nice!|
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Gabriel, of Fort Worth, Texas called and asked for an Argentine Grill Kit with side brasero for his outdoor kitchen. The grill is in a slightly non-standard size. I just got his pictures today, and wanted to congratulate Gabriel on his new outdoor grill island. Nice job!
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
A restaurant in Chicago sent me a picture of an Argentine grill kit, and asked if we could make one in black steel, as the one he had in stainless steel had some design issues, and did not work. I agreed, and drew one up for him, it looked similar to the SS grill, except MORE MASCULINE! 3 days later, I got a call from Patrick Lees, the set designer of Last Man Standing (a TV show starring Tim Allen), who sent me a picture nearly identical to what the restaurant in Chicago had asked for. The question was, can you make something like this, but in black steel. The answer was, yes, but the design is a little different. In addition, he needed to have room for some special effects, as this grill is installed on a TV set, not in a home or restaurant. I sent him the drawings meant for Chicago, we talked about some modifications, and he said he needed to get approval for the quote. He called me back on Monday, gave me a credit card, and two weeks later, we delivered the grill to Studio City, CA.
|The Argentine Grill Kit is installed in a brick hearth, with a beautiful hood above it.|
|Note that this Wood Fired Gill is split, and has front facing wheels.|
|Here's the Restaurant for Last Man Standing. NorCal Grill Kit is shown in Exhibition Kitchen.|
Posted by Gary Lee Knackstedt at 3:17 PM
Thursday, March 5, 2015
|One of our newer customers.|
|This is a NorCal Ovenworks 48X34 Argentine Exhibition Grill. The customer has not put the bricks in yet.|
Note that the grill is constructed of Individual 3/8" Square Rods. A searing machine!
Posted by Gary Lee Knackstedt at 11:54 PM