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Fire Magic Awarded a Gold Medal

Fire Magic Awarded Gold Medal

Fire Magic Aurora reviewed by Amazingribs.com

Fire Magic grills have been manufactured in California since 1937. These luxury grills exude elegance and quality. Excellent in design and construction, beautiful to behold and priced accordingly. These are among the finest grills made.

In 1982 RH Peterson, pioneers in fabrication of realistic, artificial gas logs, acquired Fire Magic to complement their outdoor lifestyle line. They produce not only free standing gas, coal and electric grills on carts and pedestals, but anything else you need for an outdoor kitchen including smokers, a wide range of attachments and accessories, several different side burners, refrigerators, keg coolers and tappers, rotisserie baskets, ventilation hoods, griddles, pots and pans, tongs and spatulas, and even the kitchen sink.

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Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

By DAWN WOTAPKA and ROBBIE WHELAN

Echelon Grill – Combination Gas and Electric

Grilling at another level

Grilling at another level

Fire Magic’s new Echelon grill is a high-tech smoker, rotisserie oven and barbecue all in one. Unlike many grills, which are purely gas-powered, the Echelon is combination gas and electric. The main grill lights using a hot-surface ignition system, much like the way a clothes dryer turns on, rather than the usual pilot light. Price: $7,385.

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Esquire Magazine

Esquire Magazine – Featuring Fire Magic

Great American Things

News Item - Esquire MagazineEsquire Magazine and Made Collection have launched the Great American Things holiday gift collection. A collection of 48 products including the Fire Magic Echelon Diamond E790, that are made in the USA and certified “damn good” by Esquire. The collection is featured in the Esquire December issue and on the Made Collection website. See the complete collection and the specific product profile at MadeCollection.com The product description was written by grilling guru and Esquire contributor Steven Raichlen (you’ll recall we provided a Fire Magic Echelon Diamond for his BBQ University class)