Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Charcoal grills. These type of grills are used with charcoal briquettes, wood or may be a combination of both. Cooking over charcoal can be time consuming. Once lighted, cooking can be done in 15 to 30 minutes. Food cooked on charcoal grill, it retains an intense smoked flavor. Some grills have air vents that controls cooking temperatures.
Gas grills. This type of grill needs liquid propane (LP) or natural gas in order to cook. Gas grills is less expensive per use compared to charcoal. It also ignites fast thus, cooking can be done after about 10 minutes of preheating. .
Electric grills. Electric grills rely on electricity to operate, as the name implies. This is ideal if you live in an apartment and can’t accommodate charcoal or gas.
Smokers. These are available both in electric and charcoal models. Smokers can cook up to 50 pounds of food at a time.