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Choosing the right grill can make all the difference and one of the first decisions you’ll need to make is what type of fuel you’d prefer to use.
First, there are charcoal grills. These will provide you with that great char-broiled taste but lighting and cleaning them will require a little work.
If you choose this option, consider picking up a chimney for starting the charcoal.
Just pour in the lump charcoal or briquettes, add some newspaper or lighter cubes at the base and light.
You can choose a standard charcoal grill like kettle, an offset grill which allows you to grill or smoke your food and a kamado which features a ceramic housing that helps retains heat and smoke; so it better penetrates the food.
Gas grills are also a popular option.
They provide consistent, fast heat and often require little more than turning on the gas and pushing an ignition button… a great option if you’re in a hurry or cook out a lot.
They can be fueled by a propane tank which can simply be replaced when empty, or by a direct feed from your home’s gas line.
Some gas grills offer side burners that operate much like your home’s range.
There are also combo grills that offer gas grilling when you’re in a time crunch and charcoal grilling when you’re not.
Some people swear by the taste of food cooked over real hard wood.
If this wood-fired taste is for you, then you’ll want a pellet grill.
It’s fueled by real hardwood pellets that come in a variety of wood types like mesquite, cherry and hickory, to name a few.
These pellets are stored in a hopper that will feed more pellets to the grill as needed.
If you prefer to smoke your food for long periods of time with low, indirect heat, you have some options.
Smokers have various fuel types …propane, charcoal, and electric…
And are commonly constructed of steel.
If you live in an apartment or condo where gas or charcoal grilling is not allowed, consider an electric unit.
These require little other than a nearby electrical outlet.
Lastly, there are portable grills that allow you to enjoy that great grilled taste while camping, tailgating or spending a day in the park.