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BBQ Grill Buying Advice

What better way to enjoy the weather and good company than with a barbecue gathering? For those who prefer the convenience of grilling, here's how to choose a grill that will make that barbecue a real fun in life.

BBQ Grill
For gas barbecue grills, most of them produce considerably less heat than the average charcoal grills. So you may want to look for a model with a burner that is placed closer to the cooking grate. Gas grills are very convenient. All you need to do is to press the turn on button and it will heat up soon. There is no messy charcoal that you have to deal with when you have a charcoal grill. You can also control the temperature with a dial or most advanced ones are equipped with a LED display. At the same time, you can even set a time for the food you are cooking on the grill and it will alarm you when itís done.

For charcoal grills, they produce more heat and thus make hotter grills. Anyone who has tried charcoal grills will never forget the wonderful flavor from burning charcoal. The flavor is so intense that even thinking about it makes my mouth watering. And charcoal grills give you more hand-on experience on how to make a perfect grilling.

Electric grill allows people enjoy a hearty barbecue party even if you donít have room for a big grill (like in your patio), or when the weather is bad! Non-stick, easy-clean, cooking surface is divided in two: one side is a flat griddle surface; the other is a ribbed grill. Dripping fat is channeled directly into a removable drip tray, so donít worry about a smoky cloud. Meanwhile your steaks, burgers, fish and veggies will be seared to palate-pleasing perfection with the controlled temperature. You will also be cooking healthier and without additional fat.

Buying Tips:
Take a consideration that how often and how much you'll be grilling. If you rarely cook for more than two people, you'll want to look into a small, portable grill. But if you like to entertain for lots of family and friends, then make sure the grill you're considering will hold at least 10 burgers or chicken breasts at the same time. Choose a model with wide (not widely-spaced) grill bars. Cast-iron grill bars sear food exceptionally well. Look for a grill with dual heat control so that you can control the burners separately. You can cook hot dogs and burgers, for example, or grill just one steak on a small area. Look for a model with a drip tray to make cleanup easier. Pay attention to quality, even if you'll use your grill only on summer holidays or occasional weekends. A cheap grill won't last and will likely be so frustrating to use that you won't even want to light it up. Drag the floor model around the store to make sure it will be easy to move on your patio or deck. Wrestling with a grill won't bring you much pleasure. Think about storage. If your region gets extreme bad weather, you won't want to leave your grill uncovered. Make sure the grill will fit in your shed if that's where you plan to store it.

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