Which grills make up the best of the over $400 group?

Hey there grill masters, Backyard Charlie here! Are you ready to take your outdoor cooking game to the next level? Then it's time to upgrade your grill and invest in a high-quality machine that will help you achieve perfectly grilled meats, veggies, and more every time. But with so many options out there, it can be tough to know where to start. That's why I'm here to help you navigate the world of grills and find the best options available for over $400.

First up on our list is the Weber Genesis II E-335. This grill is a true workhorse, featuring a whopping 669 square inches of cooking space, including a warming rack and a sear station. The sear station is a game-changer, allowing you to quickly and evenly sear your meats at high temperatures for that perfect char. Plus, with a built-in thermometer, you'll always know the temperature of your grill for precise cooking. And let's not forget about the sleek design and durable construction, which will have you grilling for years to come.

Next, we have the Traeger Pro 575. If you're a fan of wood-fired grilling, this one is for you. With Wi-Fi connectivity and the ability to control the temperature from your phone, you'll have total control over your cooking process. Plus, the Pro 575 has a large cooking surface, making it great for cooking for a crowd. And with the ability to smoke, grill, and bake, you'll have endless possibilities for your outdoor cooking adventures.

For those of you looking for a more portable option, the Napoleon TravelQ PRO285X is a great choice. This compact grill packs a punch, with 285 square inches of cooking space and two burners that can reach temperatures of up to 500 degrees. And with a durable design and easy-to-clean surfaces, it's perfect for taking on the go or using in small outdoor spaces.

Last but certainly not least, we have the Big Green Egg. This kamado-style grill has a cult following for a reason - it produces incredibly flavorful and juicy meats, thanks to its unique design that allows for precise temperature control and even heat distribution. The Big Green Egg comes in various sizes, but the Large size is the most popular, with 262 square inches of cooking space. And with the ability to smoke, grill, bake, and even roast, it's truly a versatile addition to any outdoor cooking setup.

So there you have it, my top picks for grills available for over $400. No matter which one you choose, you'll be well on your way to becoming a grill master in no time. Happy grilling!


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