A good grill session requires one additional element aside from the fire and the food: relaxing! After the food is arranged, it’s time to kick back and enjoy the moment. Considering that the the new Shinwa Grill is a combination grill and dinner table, about the only question that would remain would be who is going to get up to get the beer? Keep reading for the press release and a link to the website. Maybe they package the Shinwa Grill with a beer cooler.
Introducing The Shinwa Grill: A New Twist on the Backyard Barbecue
New-to-the-U.S. Grill Table Makes Great Meals & Long-Lasting Memories
FRANKLIN PARK, Ill., July 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Gather the kids, call the neighbors … it’s time to Shinwa! The backyard barbecue is a great American tradition. But, with one person manning the grill, another working the kitchen, and guests waiting for the food to be done, it’s not always an ideal experience. The Japanese have a different grilling tradition. They gather around beautiful grill tables to relax, socialize and cook food together. It’s enjoyable start to finish. Today, everyone can enjoy that experience with the introduction of The Shinwa Grill, available online at www.shinwagrill.com.
The Shinwa Grill is a cast iron, flat surface grill surrounded by a bamboo table that seats four to six people. The Shinwa can be put together in minutes without tools and can remain outdoors for the entire grilling season.
“Shinwa means friendship. When people dine around The Shinwa they grill delicious food, but more importantly, they create memories that last a lifetime,” says Chuck Allen, President of Shinwa Grill. “The Shinwa Grill is more than a grill and more than a table, it is a special dining experience where the social and the sizzle all come together.”
Cooking on the Shinwa is convenient, easy and healthy. It lends itself to Asian-style cooking — small pieces of healthy meats, fruits and vegetables cooked plain or simply seasoned or marinated. American favorites from breakfast to burgers can also be grilled on The Shinwa. What’s best is that everyone cooks together, eats at a relaxing pace and shares the experience.
You can try some Shinwa-inspired summer cooking anytime starting with this “recipe” for a fun, friendly meal:
THE SHINWA TRADITIONAL
Whip up a meal in no time with these basics ingredients and tools.
No recipe needed. CHOP all ingredients into bite size pieces. COOK
accordingly on hot grill. DIP in sauces. ENJOY.
Meat – Chicken, Pork, Beef or Shrimp
Veggies – Red & Green Peppers, Green Onion, Red Onion, Mushrooms
Rice or Asian Noodles – Precooked
Soy, Teriyaki, Peanut, Curry, Chili, Sesame, Wasabi Mayonnaise
About The Company
The Shinwa Grill is made and manufactured by The Sloan Valve Company, Franklin Park, Illinois. The Shinwa Grill is available for purchase on-line at www.shinwagrill.com or by calling 1-888-474-4692.
SOURCE The Shinwa Grill