How a Ceramic Grill Works

Cool air is drawn into the bottom vent and then heated by the charcoal. The heated air convects around the food before exiting the top vent. The ceramic shell retains more heat than metal grills and helps food retain more of its moisture than conventional grills. Grill mouth watering steaks, bake authentic wood-fired pizza, roast a turkey, or smoke a beef brisket to tender perfection. Any food and recipe can be cooked on a Primo. The possibilities are endless.

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  • Grill and Roasting

    Insert the cast iron firebox divider. Fill one side of the firebox with natural lump charcoal. Create two distinct cooking zones using a heat deflector rack and heat deflector plate. This allows you to sear a steak over direct heat while roasting tender vegetables or seafood over indirect heat.

  • Grilling

    Fill the firebox with natural lump charcoal. Use the vents to control airflow for perfect grilling temperatures. The shape of the ceramics create convection and an even grilling experience that locks moisture into the food.

  • Baking, Roasting and Smoking

    Fill the firebox with natural lump charcoal. Using two deflector racks and heat deflector plates, forms a central zone for full indirect cooking. Bake breads and cakes at 350°F, roast chicken to tender perfection at 425°F, or smoke your favourite BBQ low and slow at 225°F. You can raise the temperature even higher to 550°-650°F creating a wood fired pizza oven