A rainy Labor Day weekend can be disastrous to holiday plans. If you’re faced with bad weather and it looks like you’ll have to cancel your barbecue or cookout, you’re in luck. Indoor grills are revolutionizing the way people barbecue and are the perfect solution to a soggy holiday weekend. Kenyon, the leader in indoor/outdoor electric grills, is having a Labor Day sale, and it couldn’t have come at a better time. As tropical storms and the threat of hurricanes continue to plague the nation, more people are bringing the Labor Day barbecue indoors and celebrating in style regardless of what Mother Nature decides.
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You can grill all of your classic favorites indoors and in record time. Popular Labor Day meats include steaks, burgers, chicken, salmon, ribs, and more. For many, the idea of a washout means sacrificing the best grilled meats barbecue has to offer. That doesn’t have to be the case. Anything you can grill outside can be grilled inside on an electric grill. If you love kabobs every Labor Day weekend, you can have them. You won’t need to sacrifice any of your favorite grilled meats or vegetables because it’s raining outside. Bring the cookout indoors and rock your Labor Day party.
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Since you can use electric grills indoors and outdoors, they’re a good investment. Electric grills got their start as a solution for boaters. Often boaters would have to dock then barbecue outside the vessel. Indoor electric grills are designed for use on boats, in homes or on the patio. All you need is an outlet to power up your electric grill to begin barbecuing delicious meats and vegetables Those taking the boat out on Labor Day weekend might want to consider bringing an electric grill along.
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When your Labor Day weekend is rained out, no one wants to heat up the entire house by cooking with the oven. Labor Day may be the unofficial start to fall, but it’s still summer. An indoor electric grill is smokeless and won’t heat up your house. It’s economical and still gives you the same juicy, seared meats that you get on the grill. Indoor grilling is also healthier than frying. As some people might be tempted to break out the fryer and make wings for Labor Day. You can use an indoor grill to get all the same barbecue dishes you love without heating your house or making your food unhealthy.
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Indoor grills are compact, easy to clean, and simple to use. Just plug in the unit, set the knob to the correct temperature and close the lid. The special lid won’t heat up and it will keep juices in your meat flowing. You can use all the meat rubs, seasonings and marinades you’d use with an outdoor grill with your indoor grill. Another advantage to using an indoor grill is that it’s a time saver You’ll find that using an indoor grill is faster than grilling outside, yet delivers better results. Those who live in apartments or condos and might not have access to outdoor grilling will find that an indoor grill provides many benefits. Whether avoiding dreary Labor Day weather, limited on space or want to ensure your meats are grilled to perfection in half the time, indoor grills provide solutions.
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Labor Day weekend is a time to relax and take a break from the daily grind. Many people have the day off and choose to celebrate with parties. There’s no reason to let the rain put a damper on your holiday plans. With an indoor grill, you can rest assured that nothing will prevent you from enjoying your favorite barbecue foods on Labor Day weekend.
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