With the arrival of nice weather, our minds naturally turn to outdoor grilling. It’s fun, easy, and economical. But if your old BBQ isn’t up to snuff, you’ll be stuck in a hot kitchen instead of playing outside. The good news is, we’ve reviewed six of the best gas grills on the market for you – in all price ranges. Plus, we cover other topics including liquid propane and natural gas, infrared grilling, and calculating heat flux, so you can enjoy an outstanding grilling season!
Looking for a new grill for your backyard, deck or patio? Check out this guide – it’s guaranteed to be the most comprehensive on the net to assist you in your search for your new full sized charcoal-based grilling machine. From kettles to kamados, we look at all of the options. Get the Foodal’s in depth guide now.
Longing to turn your backyard into a full kitchen? The Primo Oval XL Ceramic Grill offers the ultimate in cooking versatility. It’s a smoker, oven, and grill in one high-quality package. A plethora of available accessories make it even more flexible – and you can cook for a crowd. Read our review now.
Cook outdoors with the PK Grills PK360 champion-level grill and smoker combination. This American-made thick aluminum cast oven has incredible temperature control and increased cooking area. If you’re in the market for an outstanding grill and smoker combination, keep reading to see why this one is well worth the consideration.
Maintaining your grill need not be such challenge that it prevents you from using it simply because you fear the cleanup. It need not be that hard and the surfaces DO NOT require perfection in cleanliness to provide you a germ free cooking surface. Simple steps performed each and every time you cook go a long way in keeping your gear ready. Read our tips on how clean, sanitize, and maintain your barbequing equipment the simple and easy way.
One of the first steps in selecting a new grill is to decide if you want charcoal or gas heated unit (or perhaps a combo). Each of these fuel sources has its pros and cons and it can be a difficult choice. Would you rather have more convenience and have the ability to flick the flame on with a twist of dial and give up a little flavor? Or would you rather take a little more time in prepping and cleaning but have an excellent wood fired taste imparted to your food?