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What would we ever do without an outdoor grilling station? Whether we are hosting a party for our friends or just in the mood to treat ourselves to a delicious meal, a grill is a must-have. So head outdoors, curate an upbeat grillin’ playlist, grab some cold beer, and set up the outdoor table for grilling. From searing hot dogs and steaks to succulent ribs and kebabs, you can prepare an elaborate meal at your outdoor grilling station. It is a welcome change from the mundane hours spent in the kitchen, and when you have your loved ones with you, the experience is incomparable!
Before you start your search for the best grill, you must decide if you need an outdoor gourmet grill or if an American outdoor grill will suffice. In a market teeming with grills of all types, you need to find out which one will suit you best, and that’s what we are here to help you with.
While making your purchase, fuel is an essential factor to consider. Let’s look at the types of fuel used in grills. While charcoal and gas are two of the most widely used fuel choices for outdoor grills, people use electricity to fire up both outdoor and indoor grills. However, you also need to compare other features to find the right pick. To make things easier for you, we have rounded up a selection of the best grills to choose from. Read on to know more!
Fire up this beauty and smoke sausages, meat, and even fish! This multi-functional oven smoker is perfect for outdoor gatherings with friends and family. The furnace is coated with heat-resistant steel, and the smoking barrel comes with a thermometer that allows you to keep a check on the chamber temperature. You can regulate the supply and exhaust air separately, and thanks to the double doors, the heat loss is minimum. It is also equipped with side handles which make it easy to carry.
Set up your outdoor table for grills because this charcoal barbecue grill can produce a whole feast. While the charcoal crackles and mingles with the mouthwatering scent of juicy, grilled meat, get ready for the shower of compliments coming your way through the evening. This kettle charcoal grill has a sizable cooking grid and is equipped with an additional top layer grid that allows you extra space to grill your food. Seems perfect for a large party, isn’t it? It also has a lower shelf and a small basket on the front to provide storage space to keep your grilling tools or cooked food. Thanks to its removable ashtray, you can also control the supply air and get rid of the ash after grilling. Besides, you won’t have to carry the grill since it comes with wheels.
Forget having to make space for your American outdoor grill when this compact pedestal charcoal grill can fit in small spaces easily. Ideal for broiling and grilling, this sturdy and durable grill is made of stainless steel. It is equipped with a chrome-plated warming and grilling grid, the latter’s height being adjustable to help control the heat. Its windshield keeps the wind away for better heat retention, while its air vent makes it easy to adjust the airflow to the fuel. Cleaning your grill can be tedious, but the ash collector makes it convenient and quick.
For those who are looking for an all-purpose grill, this one is a perfect fit. This portable charcoal grill is designed with a sizable double grill area ideal for picnics, camping, and night-outs. It comes with a pair of chrome-plated cooking grids that makes it spacious. You can choose to grill with an open or closed lid—it works both ways. Since it is made of rust-resistant stainless steel, it is durable for long periods. The icing on the cake? It is super easy to assemble, clean, and dismantle.
Spruce up your outdoor grilling station with the stylish and functional trolley charcoal barbecue grill with wheels. Ideal for parties and social gatherings, this spacious grill is enough to make food for several hungry stomachs simultaneously. With a sleek design, this grill has sturdy wooden handles on each side, making it easy to carry. You can adjust its height and keep your food handy on its two shelves. Besides, it has a windshield that helps cook the meat faster by retaining heat for longer periods.
This multi-functional oven smoker is ideal for a delectable outdoor gourmet grill session with your loved ones. It is equipped with a smokehouse and a thermometer that helps you keep the chamber temperature in check. It also has a window through which you can keep an eye on the food being grilled inside. Moreover, it is suitable for outdoor use, but you must make sure not to use it in closed spaces like tents, houses, motor homes, caravans, or boats, since it may lead to carbon monoxide poisoning. The galvanized steel grill has a zinc plating on its rack and is accompanied by an ashtray and a fire bowl. This product comes with 1 kg wood chips and 12 S-shaped hooks.
Now that you have a belly full of delicious steak and a gallon of wine, it’s time to get down to business again. Whether an outdoor gourmet grill or an American outdoor grill, as much as it is fun to grill, cleaning it afterward is not something that one looks forward to. However, why delay the inevitable? Keeping your grill clean avoids sudden flare-ups and ensures you serve delicious food instead of burnt morsels garnished with ash. So, dismantle your outdoor table for grilling and get going with our tips on cleaning a grill the right way.
If you are like most people, it has probably been a while since your grill or even your outdoor table for grills has been cleaned. Start the clean-up process by taking two large buckets and filling them with warm water. Add liquid soap to the water before removing the cooking grids from the grill and submerging them in the soapy water. Soak them for some time while you crack open another beer. If you use a charcoal grill, you can also dismantle the ashtray and the grids that help store the briquettes before adding them to the water as well. Finally, disassemble any other part that comes free effortlessly.
Take a rag and use it to remove the loose ash and dust from the grill. Next, take a sturdy bristled brush, dip it into clean, soapy water, and scrub off the stubborn, caked residue sticking to the grill. If you use a gas grill, make sure not to disturb the connections to the propane tank.
Remember the grill equipment soaking in the water? Check on them and see how much effort it takes to clean the dirt. The greasy, caked residue should start coming off by now, but you should still give it some time to come off completely.
Once you have cleaned the grease and the dust, allow the parts to dry completely. After it is done, reassemble the grill and set up your outdoor table for grills again. And, that’s it—unless you use a gas grill. In that case, we suggest you take a minute to ensure that the burner is working properly, the flame shield is placed correctly, and your outdoor table for grilling is conveniently set.
Pro-tip: Instead of procrastinating (we understand, we are guilty of it, too), make it a habit to clean the grill after every use. The longer the charred food remains on the cooking grids, the more difficult it becomes to get rid of it. Once the grids cool after your grilling session, spray them generously with vegetable oil and scrub the grime off with a wire-bristled brush. Finally, wipe the grids with a paper towel. If you follow this routine after every barbecue night, you will not have to go through the hassle of giving your grill a tedious and time-consuming cleaning.