This beautiful Gaucho insert is ready to grill down in Thibodaux, Louisiana! With a brasero, rotisserie, and thru-wall crank set up, this grill has all the accessories needed to grill anything you can imagine.
Mushrooms on the #grill. So amazing. #woodfire under the grates to heat up the cast iron pan. Butter, white wine, garlic and shallots to start. Add the buttons and baby Bella’s and let the heat do the rest. Add a touch of parsley to finish. Lobster stuffed shrooms cooking up in the back of the grill as well. .
Up, down, whatever it takes to get you that perfectly cooked steak. With a Gaucho Grill we have great temperature control, awesome woodfired heat retention with the firebrick and a whole lot of grilling fun.
Beef round rolls stuffed with herbed butter and spinach on the Gaucho Grill. Seared on the plancha initially to release the herbed butter into some portobello slices. Finished on the V Grates along with the rest of this awesome grilled dinner.
While we get the glowing embers we want to grill with, finding the right shovel to move them has always been a challenge. So we made our own! Check out the next couple pics to see our flat bottom shovel. It slides under the brasero perfectly, has a flat bottom to scoop embers off the hearth floor, and has high enough sides to hold your coals. First batch sold out. Next batch will be ready in a couple weeks.
Grilled salmon on the Gaucho Grill always looks great. This time we’re having some fun with some special effects too! Aesthetics notwithstanding, lemon, butter and fresh dill on grilled fish is a combo that never fails to please.
While burning some oak to get enough embers ready for the rest of the asado (and enjoying a nice fire) I like to throw on some slow cooking meat while the grill preps for the next round. A nice rack of ribs is great to leave on the grill for long periods of time while other food rotates on and off.
This is our Gaucho Grande Free-Standing grill inserted into an outdoor kitchen setting. This clever installation removed the casters from the frame and simply dropped in the entire grill! A nice package with base frame, cabinetry, fire brick base, grill and hood all set into an opening in the beautiful masonry counter-top.
You can kind of hear the sizzle of the steak over the sound of the pool being drained. We love the Fall. Yes the pool shuts down but the cool Autumn vibes start and of course we keep on grilling.
A quick dinner from our founder, Eduardo, on the original Gaucho Grande Insert. Steak, corn, ribs, sausage, with lump charcoal and apple wood doing the work.
This week we’re featuring this beautiful little Gauchito Basico, that we’re hand delivering to Easton, PA. Light enough to go on the customer’s rooftop deck, they plan on grilling deep into the Fall and Winter with it.
It's summertime, it's hot, join our founder Ed to grill up some huge, juicy Ribeyes!
Every grill installation is unique, and we love seeing all the interesting, awesome solutions our customers come up with. This Gaucho insert from Napa, CA might be one of our favorite. It doesn't have a brasero, but because of the installation, it doesn't need one!
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Interested in a grill, but worried about salt water corrosion? Worry no more! Gaucho Grills are made of stainless steel. Case in point, this beautiful Gaucho Insert installed in Cape Cod. The owner uses sea water to clean it! Talk about seasoning your grill.
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