Types of Grills
While all barbeque grills basically do the same thing there are different types of grills. Barbeque grills come in all different shapes and sizes so that no matter how much room someone has they will be able to find a grill that suits them. There are also indoor and outdoor grills to accommodate anyone who wants to enjoy grilled food. Grills are available in stationary units or portable ones that you can take with you wherever you go; they also come with different sized cooking capacities. Grills can also be smokers or fryers which allows for more options when cooking. No matter what different features a grill comes equipped with most fall under one of two types of barbeque grills gas or charcoal. There has been a long standing debate as to which type of grill creates the best tasting food. The type of grill that is best for you really ultimately hinges on personal preference. Listed below are descriptions of each main type of grill:
- Gas Grill: Gas barbeque grills are powered mostly by propane gas but there are some that are powered by natural gas. Gas grills have a flame that heats food directly or heats the grilling elements of the grill that cooks the food. They come in all different sizes ranging from single steak models to large industrial sized grills capable of cooking food for up to 100 people.
- Charcoal Grills: Many people insist that charcoal grills offer the best flavored food possible. Charcoal grills use charcoal briquettes that are burned and produce the heat possible for cooking food. Most charcoal grills used for home use tend to be smaller than gas grills but there are some that are larger and can cook large amounts of food at once.