The world’s biggest flat iron grill was built by a single man and built to last.
The owner of the world’s largest flat iron Grill, James Dyson, died last week at age 90.
He was a man of few words, but he did speak about his passion for flat iron cooking.
“I like to cook flat iron,” he said in the film “James Dyson: My Life at Flat.”
“It’s something that I’ve always loved to do.
When I first started cooking flat iron, it was a pretty difficult thing to get going.
You’ve got to be very strong.
You know, you’ve got an iron and you have to be able to hold it and you’ve gotta make it work.”
But the man who invented the flat iron griddle was able to do just that.
He got his start in the restaurant industry by cooking at his father’s restaurant, where he was a full-time employee.
The restaurant had a flat iron oven, and James Dinson was tasked with the job of assembling the grill and preparing food.
He would also cook the meat.
He built the grill for his father and sold it to his mother when he was in his 20s.
The grill was still around in its original form by the time Dyson passed away.
Dyson had built the flat-iron griddle for his wife, who owned the restaurant and would serve as the owner.
Dorsons wife would keep it as a souvenir until his death.
The flat iron was his signature product, and his life story was told in the documentary “James’s Life at the Flat.”
Dyson’s family said they would not discuss the death of the man they built the griddle from, but that they were proud of his work.
“James did something for his family, he made their dream come true,” said James Dorson’s daughter, Barbara.
“He made a family dream come a reality.”
Dorsen, a member of the Royal Family of New Zealand, was born on December 16, 1916 in the tiny township of Wairarapa.
He worked his way up the food chain from a backyard garden to his father James’s farm in Wairarma.
His father had been a successful farmer for many years, but the Dorsens were struggling to get by.
Dysons family moved to New Zealand in the late 1950s, and after the war he had his own restaurant.
In 1964, James bought the Wairarrrong Restaurant in Waiaroa, which was a family run restaurant, and expanded it to include a large outdoor dining area.
In 1966, the Dyson Grill opened its doors.
In 1968, James became the second man to own a restaurant in New Zealand.
The Dyson family expanded again, this time into a smaller family owned business.
The business was known as the Dyersons Restaurant, and it had its headquarters in the Waiarapa town of Waiarka.
In 1971, James left the restaurant business and returned to the restaurant scene.
He became a successful chef, but it wasn’t long before he began his journey toward a career in cooking.
Diesons family owned and operated the Wauarapa Restaurant, Wairara.
In 1982, the family purchased the Waisara Restaurant and expanded the location to include Waira Beach.
In 1984, the Wavera Beach Restaurant was renamed the James Dyerson Grill, and in 1985, the James’s Grill became the James C. Dyersen Grill.
James Dieson also became a proud owner of several other restaurants in the New Zealand market.
He owned his father George’s Restaurant in Rotorua and his father Peter’s Restaurant on Queenstown Beach, and he sold his father Harry’s Restaurant, also in Rotors Bay, in 1993.
He also had a restaurant on Auckland’s North Shore and in the North Shore.
Driesons family continued to expand the business and opened his own restaurants in Northland, Hamilton and Waikato.
The family owned the restaurants in Rotarua and Rotorooa in the 1970s, with the latter location serving more than 300 people.
Dyscons son, James James, Jr., was the youngest of the Diesens, and at age 22, he was named the youngest person ever to win the Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook Award.
In 1976, he married Linda and their children, Michael, Elizabeth, Lili and Lizzy.
In 1988, James married Carol, who was then serving as his wife of 40 years.
Carol had worked for the Dydons for 20 years.
They were divorced in 1994 and she married James Dyrons son.
James married a former partner of his, David, in 1999.
They had four children.
The oldest, Daniel, is the eldest of the children.
Dydson’s wife, Carol, died in 2007.
The last remaining member of Dyson