What type of grill is best for you?


The long-awaited warm weather is finally here, and if you're anything like us, you're definitely eager to start grilling outside. However, since you have so many more alternatives than charcoal and gas, it might be challenging to figure out how to purchase the right grill for your needs. Do not be concerned; we have completed all of the necessary research so that you do not have to. Here is a guide to help you pick the best choice, whether you are cooking burgers for two on the grill, getting ready for a party in the backyard, or putting up a feast for the annual family reunion this year.

Let's take a look at some of your best alternatives for grilling:


Charcoal grills


People who like the flavour of charcoal, don't want to spend a lot of money on a barbecue, and cook for smaller groups of people are the perfect candidates for this grill.

A real classic! Grills that utilise charcoal are portable, simple to use, and provide a smokey taste that is difficult to match. They take longer to heat up than gas or electric grills, but they may reach far higher temperatures. Cooks will be required to rearrange the coals in order to produce both indirect and direct cooking zones in the absence of the temperature control knobs.

Although using a charcoal grill results in more cleanup and takes longer than using a gas grill (since the briquettes convert to ash, which has to be cleaned after each use), the flavour is well worth the effort.


Gas grill

People who want an extra room on their grill racks and simple operation will benefit the most from this product.

Gas grills are gaining popularity because they are simple to use, can reach cooking temperatures rapidly, don't need as much cleaning as other kinds of grills, and light and heat up fast. You won't get quite the same smokey taste as you would when cooking with charcoal, but you'll still be able to grill a wide variety of items that have excellent flavour.

There is a vast variety of sizes available for gas barbecues. They are often the most costly choice, so you should be ready to commit to an investment for a longer period of time. (Your gas grill will survive for years to come if it is properly maintained and cared for on a regular basis.) Propane is the fuel of choice for the majority of gas grills, and you'll need to remember to keep the tanks topped out and to replace them when necessary.


Outdoor electric grills



Ideal For: Residents of condominiums or apartments that prohibit the use of charcoal or gas grills, as well as those who do not have access to a large outside area.

Try using an outside electric barbecue instead of a propane one if you want to avoid the inconvenience of worrying about running out of fuel or cleaning up ashes. Simply put it into an electrical socket, and you can immediately begin cooking. Outdoor electric barbecues have the lowest overall footprint compared to other types.



Ideal for barbecue lovers who can't get enough flavour in their food and don't mind having to wait a little longer to eat the end dish.

Even while charcoal and gas grills are fantastic for daily cooking, nothing beats the taste that can be achieved with a smoker. Smokers are essentially the slow cooker equivalent of a rotisserie in that they cook food at lower temperatures for longer periods of time. Smokers, which are used by some of the best barbecue specialists, are becoming more popular among home aficionados. As a result of their size, smokers are particularly helpful for individuals who want to prepare big portions of meat at the same time.