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Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series

Posted by Caveman Cooking on July 29, 2015

Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series ProductsCaution: Caveman Cooking and Broil King are proud to announce the Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series! For the next five weeks, each Monday (starting this coming Monday 8/3/2015) we will review one of Broil King’s fine collection of grilling accessories. On Friday of each week during the series, one lucky person will win their own sample of that week’s accessory!
I know what you’re saying. “Cave! How did this come to be? And, how do I win?” The answer to the first question is that the fine folks at Broil King liked our review of their Baron 440 Grill so much, they asked if we would be willing to review some of their BBQ accouterment. Of course, we were raring to go. But, we thought some of you might like to try them out, too. The BK clan thought that it was an excellent idea.
So, to gain an entry to each week’s giveaway, you’ll have to read the review here on the C3 blog and comment with the words “I WANT ONE” by 11:59:59PM PDT on the Thursday of the week the item is reviewed. Want additional entries? It’s simple! Gain an additional entry when you “Like” Caution: Caveman Cooking on Facebook, and another each when you follow us on Twitter and Instagram. You’ll also gain another entry when you “Like” Broil King on Facebook, and another each when you follow them on Twitter and Instagram. Plus, one more entry by “Sharing” our Facebook link to that week’s review. Of course, if you already like or follow us on those sites you will automatically receive those entries … just let us know your names on those sites in your comment. That’s 8 total entries up for grabs to give you a a better shot of winning. Be sure to read the contest rules.
Good luck!

Week 1 – REVIEW: Broil King Q-Lite™
Week 2 – REVIEW: Broil King Meat Claws
Week 3 – REVIEW: Broil King Rib & Roast Rack
Week 4 – REVIEW: Broil King Imperial™ Chicken Roaster
Week 5 – REVIEW: Broil King Imperial™ Pizza Stone Grill Set

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Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series Rules

Posted by Caveman Cooking on July 29, 2015

Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series ProductsNo Purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to enter or win. A purchase will not improve your chances of winning. You have not yet won. Odds of winning are dependent on number of entries. The sponsors of the sweepstakes are the Caution: Caveman Cooking (C3) website and Broil King© aka ©Onward Manufacturing Company Ltd. (BK) (collectively, the “Sponsors”).
Entries for this contest are only accepted online. To enter, visit and reply to each week’s post reviewing (one review per week for five [5] consecutive weeks) one of BK’s grilling accessories with the words “I Want One” to receive one “Original Entry” into the grand prize drawing. Additional “Bonus Entries” may be obtained as follows: An additional single (1) entry by following Caution: Caveman Cooking on Twitter, and another single (1) entry by following Broil King on Twitter (must have a valid Twitter account to follow and receive these entries). An additional single (1) entry for following Caution: Caveman Cooking on Instagram, and another single (1) entry by following Broil King on Instagram (must have a valid Instagram account to follow and receive these entries). An additional single (1) entry for giving a “Like” to the Caution: Caveman Cooking page on Facebook, and another single (1) entry by giving a “Like” to the Broil King page on Facebook (must have a valid Facebook account to “Like” and receive these entries). And, an additional single (1) entry for “Sharing” Caution: Caveman Cooking’s Facebook link to that week’s review (must have a valid Facebook account to “Share” and receive this entry). A valid WordPress account, or other WordPress accepted form of login, is required for all entries. You must also provide a valid e-mail address as part of your WordPress sign-in for account verification and all contest-related communications. “Bonus Entries” may only be obtained if the “Original Entry” has been properly completed. There is a maximum of seven (8) entries per entrant, per contest (one “Original Entry”, seven “Bonus Entries”). You must list in your comment/reply all bonus entries you are seeking to qualify for in order for them to be valid for the drawing. Online entries will be deemed to have been submitted by the C3 visitor at time of the entry. Entrant must put all entry methods into ONE single comment/reply … multiple comments/replies will not be accepted!. If multiple comments/replies are submitted, only the first comment/reply will be accepted for entry into the drawing.
The C3 staff will randomly draw the winning entries after the submission period ends. The selection of the winning entries are at the sole discretion of the C3 staff and may change at any time up until an official announcement of the winner is made. When the winner is notified by e-mail, the winner must reply with all contact information requested within three (3) days from the date the notification e-mail was sent, or another winner may be selected. Winner must sign and return an Affidavit of Eligibility and Release of Liability within 3 days of receipt. In the event of noncompliance within 3 days, an alternate winner may be selected. Winner selection is under the supervision of Sponsors, whose decisions are final. Only one (1) winner will be selected for each prize available: Week 1 – Q-Lite, Week 2 – Pork Claws, Week 3 – Rib & Week Roast Rack, 4 – Chicken Roaster With Pan, and Week 5 – Pizza Stone Grill Kit. Once an entrant is chosen for a prize they are immediately ineligible for any other prizes offered in this contest. Only one (1) prize per winner.
Only residents of the 50 United States, District of Columbia, and Canada who are 18 years of age or older are eligible. Employees of Sponsors and members of their immediate families & household members are not eligible. Sweepstakes subject to all federal, state and local laws and is void wherever prohibited by law. Any prize or prize notification returned to Sponsors as undeliverable may result in the awarding of the prize to an alternate winner, which will be the next entrant selected. By acceptance of prize, winner allows use of their name, photograph or other likeness, testimonial and other biographical information for any and all purposes, including, but not limited to, advertising, trade and/or promotion on behalf of Sponsors, without further compensation, unless prohibited by law. Submission of entry constitutes permission for Sponsors to use entrant’s submitted information and photo for marketing and promotion purposes, without any compensation, subject to Sponsors’ privacy policies unless prohibited by law. Winners are solely responsible for any applicable federal, state, or local taxes due as a result of their participation in this contest.
No fee to enter. You have not yet won. You may not enter on this page – you must go to each actual review post in the Summer Grilling Review & Receive series on Caution: Caveman Cooking to enter. Prizes are not transferable or redeemable for cash. Taxes on prizes are winners’ responsibility. Sponsors may substitute a prize of equal or greater value due to unavailability. The entry deadline for this promotion is 11:59:59 PM PDT on the Thursday of the week each review is published. Void where prohibited.

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REVIEW: Broil King Baron 440 Grill

Posted by Caveman Cooking on December 12, 2014

Broil King Baron 440
When my Char-Broil Commercial Series stainless steel grill imploded (literally) after just three years of service (yes, I kept it covered), I decided it was time to step up to a better outdoor cooking station. Yet, at the same time, I wasn’t willing to pony up for the 4-figure price tag of the Webers and other premium grills. My other prerequisites were that it had 4 burners and a side burner.

As usual, I did some hardcore research, both, online and in person and found that the old adage, “They don’t make ’em like they used to” really held true. Especially, in the low to mid price range. The hoods were light and flimsy, the burners made of cheap Chinese aluminum, and the casting of the fire boxes was shoddy, at best. No wonder most grills don’t make it through more than a few seasons of use anymore.

Then, I stumbled upon the Broil King line while walking through my local Lowe’s store. After feeling the made in the USA and Canada quality, and later discovering that Broil King was made by the same company that has been the sole Weber distributer north of the border since 1986 and producer of the renowned Broil-Mate line since 1989, I decided to take the plunge on their Broil King Baron 440. In fact, my first thought was that it looked like a Weber on steroids … more on that shortly.

Putting together a Broil King Baron 440Being a hands-on type of Neanderthal, I opted to save the $50 offer for store assembly and put it together myself. I unpacked the box and followed the easy directions. Although, the instructions stated it was a two-person job, I found it to be quite easy flying solo – EXCEPT when mounting the cast iron firebox onto the cart frame! That really needs a second person to do it properly, safely, and without damaging your new grill. Total assembly time was 2 hours. Though, an added pair of Cavehands for the entire process would have reduced that a bit.

Features of Broil King Baron 440By putting it together, I really got to appreciate some of the features and appointments of this bad boy. The recessed 10,000 BTU side-burner, which closes flush with the shelf giving you added workspace when not in use, comes near flush when open allowing for the use of bigger pots and pans than other grills can fit. The thermometer, which in my tests was very accurate, is large and ergonomically embedded into the Broil King logo. The locking casters also come with adjustable leveling feet, which is great for uneven surfaces under the grill. All the components of the Baron 440 fit and sit well, coming together flush, to give it a rock solid appearance and feel.

Appointments of the Broil King Baron 440The hood has that Weber-like high profile giving you extra headroom for things like Beer Can Chicken and Standing Rib Roasts. Both, the burner shelf and the side shelf fold down making storage and transportation a breeze. The knobs are large and smooth for ease of operation, and the handles are all over-sized and strong for years of trouble free service. With the 40,000 BTU stainless steel Dual-Tube burner system, Stainless steel Flav-R-Wave cooking system (which reduces flare-ups very well), and Sure-Lite electronic ignition system (which can light any or all of the four burners), I feel like the innards of this grill won’t implode any time soon. Plus, with the stunning mix of black porcelain enamel on the hood; black powder coat on the doors; and stainless steel on the shelves, front panel, and hood/shelf bolts; the Baron 440 is pretty easy on the eyes.

Food Cooking on the Broil King Baron 440I know what you’re saying, “Cave, it sounds great. But, how does that baby cook?!?!?”. In a word, amazing! After seasoning the heavy duty cast iron grates as suggested, I threw on some Poppa Mike’s Legendary Gnarly Burgers for the first go. I figured, if I was going to mess anything up, it might as well be on a burger instead of a steak. Though, the grill performed flawlessly – firing right up, heating up quickly, and squelching any of the flare ups you can often get with ground meat. By the way, the burgers came out perfectly, as did the caramelized onions I did on the side burner. The next time out, I went for a dish that called for a little more finesse from the Baron 440 … some Cedar Plank Teriockeye Salmon. Again, the grill worked phenomenally well, cooking the fish to moist juicy excellence, and the rice pilaf on the side burner was done just right. When it was time for a Steak ala Cave and baked potato dinner, the Broil King heated up to 650° in short order, seared the sirloins flawlessly, and baked the spuds to perfection on the porcelain coated warming rack. I’ve since done everything from Tri-Tip to BBQ Chicken and Ribs (all done with indirect heat, and a cast iron smoker box I added), and Kabobs to Galbi (requiring consistent, even heat across the cooking surface), and I can honestly say that this grill does it all and makes outdoor cooking a true pleasure.

Available in both Natural Gas and LP versions. With 664 square inches of cooking area (444 sq. in. primary area) you have plenty of room to cook for friends and/or extended family. Or, if you have a more intimate meal planned, you can light just one or two of the burners and get your groove on. Throw in the Lifetime Warranty on the cast aluminium components, 5 Year Warranty on the burner system, and 2 Year Warranty on all remaining parts and paint, you have a grilling machine you’ll be able to depend on for years to come. I highly recommend the Broil King Baron 440 Grill.

MSRP – $599, seen online as low as $449

Cave Club Rating: 5 Clubs
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Cave Club Scale
5 Clubs = The Missing Link
4 Clubs = Rock Solid
3 Clubs = Better Than Sharp Stick
2 Clubs = Not Fully Evolved
1 Club = Should Be Extinct

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