Are You Up To Date On The Best Grills Of 2021?

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When the weather is right for heading outside, you might feel inspired to bring your cooking outdoors as well. If you want to grill out this spring, consider these popular grills for propane and charcoal cooking.

Charcoal Champs

Burning charcoal is a classic grilling method, and that smoky flavor imparted by briquettes is a staple of BBQs across the country. If you’re looking for something that’s easy to haul around and maintain, the Weber Jumbo Joe is ideal for the job. The grill’s lid holder doubles as a carrying lock, and its ash catcher and dampers are made of aluminum to resist rust. The grill’s lid and bowl are also covered by a 10-year warranty. If you’re looking for a traditional BBQ pit experience, consider the Texas Original Pits Corsicana, which can be used with either charcoal or wood depending on how you want to cook. It also features an exhaust stack on one side to promote good airflow and hearty flame.

Cooking with Gas

Professional chefs tout the prompt responsiveness of gas heat, and being able to adjust the fire of your grill with the turn of a knob gives you unprecedented control over the cooking temperature and time. If you want to put your propane tanks to good use, the Napoleon Prestige 500 gas grill offers an impressive 1,500-degree range in temperatures. It also comes in durable stainless steel and features SafetyGlow knobs that change colors to show you which burners are on. Higher in the propane market’s price range, the DCS Series 7 comes with double-sided cast stainless steel grates that deliver a perfect sear on steaks, patties, and whatever else you throw on the heat. Its ceramic radiant design also distributes heat evenly across the cooking surface.

Super Smokers

When you want to cook low and slow, a charcoal smoker is built specifically for the job. The Weber Smokey Mountain charcoal cooker is made with rust-fighting aluminum components, and its air vents can be adjusted to control the temperature. Inside, it offers 726 square inches of cooking space. The Texas Original Pits Luling Loaded smoker offers 1,610 square inches of cooking space as well as an offset firebox for cooking directly over the heat.

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