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Grills Information

Perfect results don’t have to come from a high-end restaurant. Instead, they start at home with a grill that keeps meat tender and juicy without overcooking it.

At you can find any grill that can satisfy your hunger; gas and propane grills, traditional charcoal grills, electric grills, portable and indoor grills, smokers and full line of grilling and BBQ accessories.

Whether you love grilling or make a delicious BBQ, has portable grills by leading brands such as Napoleon, DSC, Hamilton Beach, Cuisinart and George Forman.

Portable & Charcoal Grill:

A portable charcoal grill (also known as Kettle grill, and sometimes as Brazier) is typically quite compact, which makes it easier to transport, for tailgating, camping or hiking. Some smaller models have legs fold up and lock into place so the grill will fit into smaller bag or backpack thus making it more portable. Most portable charcoal grills consist of charcoal chamber, cooking grid, venting, legs, and lids, although some models have no lids (those making it a Brazier).
Often times, portable grill is mistaken with an indoor grill. The difference between the two is indoor grilling uses electricity and, although can be brought to camping or hiking, it must have an electricity source, thus making it useful in RVs. A good example of an Indoor Grill is a very popular George Forman brand but similar products are also made by Hamilton Beach, Cuisinart, Oster, Kalorik and few others.

Gas Grill:

Gas grills primarily use ether liquid-propane (LP) or natural gas (NG) as their fuel source. Gas grills are available in many different sizes ranging from small, single steak grills up to large & industrial. Gas grills require professional set-up and, sometimes installation, due to more parts and maintenance then traditional Charcoal.

A typical Gas Grill consists of:

  • Gas source
  • Hoses
  • Valve regulators
  • Burners
  • Starter
  • Cooking surface
  • Grill body
  • Grill hood

Pros Charcoal & Portable Grills:

More distinctive flavor: Unique taste of wood and smoke.
Low cost: Typically prices range from $30 to $100
Space: Charcoal grills are more compact
Low maintenance & cleanup: Charcoal grills are very easy to clean (although can be messy) and last for long time

Cons Charcoal & Portable Grills:

Prep and Cook time: It takes time for charcoal to heat up and reach appropriate cooking temperature. Also to insure complete and throughout cooking, it requires constant food supervision.

Pros Gas Grills:

Prep and Cook time: It takes up to 10 minutes to heat up gas grill to appropriate cooking temperature and requires almost no supervision while cooking
Cooking space: Gas grills provide larger cooking space, which makes it more convenient to cook for larger families and parties

Cons Gas Grills:

Flavor: Food doesn’t gets infused with wood and smoke and, if not marinated, sometimes may taste a little bland
Cost: Sometime you may spend over $1000 for a good gas grill
Storing space: Gas grills are not as compacts and require more space to store
Temperature: It is hard to maintain 225-250 degrees of constant heat throughout cooking time