Grilling House

This invention is a disposable housing which helps drain the fats, grease, and oils away from food while being cooked in an oven, grill, or the like.

  • Increases Healthiness of Food
  • Elevated & Perforated Base Filtrates Fats/Oils
  • Surrounds Food to Maintain Moisture & Prevent Burning
  • Accordion Style Design Saves Space
  • Metal Silk Base for Stability
  • For Consumer or Commercial Use

Story Behind the Invention

Grilling is a popular method of cooking foods, ranging from being used at a campsite to a restaurant kitchen. Aluminum foil is often used to keep food from overcooking and to prevent it from coming in contact with the grill; however, it does tend to trap any grease or oil from fats contained within the various types of meat. This oil remains with the food after cooking and poses a health risk to anyone who eats the food. Some may choose to poke holes in the foil with a kitchen utensil, but these holes become too large protect the food and are often placed in the wrong locations to allow for fat drainage. Inventor Alkadban has created a way to ensure that unhealthy fat, oil, and grease can be drained away from foods cooked using aluminum foil.

This clever new invention consists of a housing which completely surrounds food to maintain moisture and prevent burning, in addition to having a perforated base to drain fats and oils. The invention has an accordion style design so that it can be compactly packaged and stored, and it also has reinforced sides for increased stability. Additionally, it is perfect for use anywhere ranging from the campsite to the restaurant kitchen. The use of the Grill Housing provides a simple and effective way to allow for healthier grilled foods.

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