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Oysters, Steak, Salad, and More: Grill Your Entire Meal Like a Pro

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Everyone loves a casual cookout but, sometimes, the occasion begs for something more refined. When you want to take your grilling game beyond the basics, turn to the Napoleon Prestige PRO™ 665, a gas grill that offers everything you need for professional backyard cooking.

With Napoleon, you can make a meal from start to finish entirely on the grill. The 1,140-square-inch grilling area can accommodate up to 48 hamburgers at once over five main burners, while the grill's oven-like performance allows for baking and roasting with indirect heat. There's even a rear infrared burner that turns out commercial-quality rotisserie meats, and an Infrared Sizzle Zone side burner, which heats up to 1,800°F in 30 seconds (ideal for searing steak or sautéing vegetables). For a taste of Southern barbecue, add soaked wood chips to the integrated smoker tray. And while gas grills offer more even temperatures (and cook foods faster), charcoal lovers can convert the grill to a charcoal one with the easy-to-use cast iron tray.

With its superior technology, solid performance, and balanced design, the Napoleon Prestige PRO™ 665 will take your summer barbecues to new heights. Try it out with some our favorite recipes, starting with hors d'oeuvres, all the way to dessert.

Grilled Oysters


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For a twist on traditional oysters, serve your bivalves grilled. Brush them with garlic- and parsley-infused compound butter, then throw them on Napoleon's fast-heating infrared side burner.

Get the recipe for Grilled Oysters »

Carne Asada


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Beyond being rich and juicy, the perfect carne asada should be tender enough to eat in a taco or burrito, but substantial enough to be served as a steak. Napoleon's Infrared Sizzle Zone side burner can help you achieve that delicate balance, quickly searing the outside and leaving the inside a perfect medium rare.

Get the recipe for Carne Asada »

Grilled Corn, Tomato, Feta and Herb Salad


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Nothing says summer like smoky corn and ripe tomatoes. Heavily char the corn on the grill to bring out its natural sweetness, then toss it with tomatoes and a light lemony dressing. Chunks of fresh feta will add a salty bite, while a mix of parsley, basil, and mint will enhance the vegetables' natural flavors.

Get the recipe for Grilled Corn, Tomato, Feta and Herb Salad »

Grilled Provoleta Cheese


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While Argentinian provoleta is typically pan-fried, grilling is a quick and flavorful alternative. Using the cast iron tray, convert your Napoleon into a charcoal grill and toast slices of baguette over the fire for the perfect crunch. Then, place the provolone directly on the grill, where it will quickly soften without melting away. Assemble the bread and cheese, sprinkle with oregano and red pepper flakes, and enjoy a spicy, creamy side.

Get the recipe for Grilled Provoleta Cheese »

Grilled Rum-Glazed Pineapple with Toasted Coconut and Vanilla Ice Cream


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This delicious dessert features lightly grilled pineapple topped with toasted coconut and vanilla ice cream. To get even more use out of your grill, use indirect heat to brown your coconut. The SafetyGlow knobs will indicate exactly which burners are on and off, allowing for precise temperature control. (No burnt coconut here.)

Get the recipe for Grilled Rum-Glazed Pineapple with Toasted Coconut and Vanilla Ice Cream »

For more information about Napoleon's Prestige PRO™ 665, including where to purchase, visit NapoleonGrills.com.

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