Pop-out grill-grates let you make what you want

The STOK Quattro 4-burner Gas Grill features a unique system for customizing the grill.

When not in use, grill inserts store underneath.
When not in use, grill inserts store underneath. Stok

As we all know, upgrading isn't easy. When we make the decision to leave the old behind we are tasked with the pressure of finding something better. When it comes to cooking gear, implicit in this reality is the understanding that new equipment will somehow make us better cooks. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. However, we can console ourselves with an alternate benefit that new equipment provides: the ability to do more.

The STOK Quattro 4-burner Gas Grill offers a unique way to get more out of cooking outside. Featuring interchangeable inserts that set right into the main grill-grate, the grill provides an elegant interface for versatile cooking. Included with the grill are five inserts: two grill-grates for traditional grilling, one pizza stone, one flat griddle, and a perforated vegetable tray for cooking smaller items.

Expanding your cooking repertoire is an upgrade in and of itself, and armed with a convenient system for exploring, the grill offers a unique method of cooking. Complete with onboard storage for the propane canister, side shelf work areas, and room for storing the accessories give the grill easy usability designed to make grilling fun no matter what you decide to cook.

(Via Gizmodo)

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