Friday, January 21, 2011

Choosing Your Right Barbeque Grill

Coleman 9949-750 Road Trip Grill LXE, RedBarbeque Grills are often the highlight of any outdoor reunions or gatherings. And BBQ grills tend to be expensive with prices soaring from a hundred dollars to several thousand bucks, especially for custom-built grills for grilling connoisseurs and artisans. You have to have some basic knowledge on the aspects and features of each grill and think about what you will be getting and what you will be ruling out, for choosing the right BBQ grill for you.

Gas grills and Charcoal grill are the two popularly type grills around the world. Gas grills provide the convenience of regulating the temperature of the grill at a turn of the knob. Charcoal grills are much harder to be used for amateur grillers. However, charcoal grills provide more authentic BBQ flavor than gas grills since the charcoal adds a distinctive smoky flavor on the meat. Since embers need to be constantly checked and managed to prevent the meat getting either overcooked or undercooked. So you must understand the level of ability to check your grill type barbecue that suits your needs.
Char Broil K6B Six-Burner 65,000 BTU Gas Grill, with Sideburner
Check the overall construction of the grill for the durability of the material used. Barbeque Grills made of cast iron are inexpensive and withstand temperature but can rust quickly. While stainless steel BBQ grill usually lasts longer but tends to be more expensive. Porcelain-grated Barbeque Grills rust-proof and durable, but are fairly expensive. For the BBQ grill is made of thin and light material, it may not withstand heavy use for a long period even though it can be an inexpensive choice for occasional grilling activities.
Weber 7519 Gas Grill Rotisserie
You also have to consider the heat output of BBQ grills. You have to bear in mind that an underpowered grill may take a longer period to cook meat. (40,000 BTU are adequate for general grilling) There is also the possibility of having inconsistent distribution of heat on the cooking area. BBQ grill surface area and the placement of the burners effect to number of guests, small BBQ grills might not have enough room for more food to be grilled for big number of guests.

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