A Grill Or A Smoker?

If you are on the lookout for a good grill for all you r BBQ needs, there are a number of things to  consider before you can go ahead and invest in a grill. If you are a person who likes the smell of charcoal on your food, a gas grill may not be your best option. However, for those of you who want to grill without a smoker at times, you may ask “Can I get a grill and smoker?”.

The answer is yes. If you are living in a place where you cannot house a charcoal grill, due to safety reasons or space constraint, you can always opt for an electric smoker. This smoker operates on electricity and does not require you to break any fire department regulations or have a big space set aside for the grill, in your garage.

However, with an electric smoker, your quantity is limited too. You cannot use this when you are expecting a big crowd. For such crowds a proper gas or charcoal grill is what will suit the best. There are grills that can be used with both gar and charcoal; hence you have the versatility to choose between a gas grill or a proper charcoal grill, for your next BBQ session.

Make It Easy

Don’t want to store and carry around coal pellets or gas tanks? You can use pellet grills that allow you to combine wood pellets with an electric grill. You get both convenience and the wood burnt flavor on your food.

When you are choosing the grill, there are a number of factors to be considered. You will not only have to consider the space occupied, but also the amount of food you expect to cook per session, the type of food (small meats will not require much space but if you are going to grill a whole chicken or a duck, there will not be much space for anything else).