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The temperature and time required for cooking are the primary differences between a grill and a smoker. Grilling is a cooking technique that involves quickly cooking at high temperatures. Smokers, on the other hand, use a lower internal temperature but cook the meat for a much longer period of time in order to impart true barbeque flavour. We sell Gas Grills with a variety of features, such as a warming rack, a grease pan, and a temperature gauge. Check out the Spirit Gas Grill Collection and Accessories, which is the most popular item.
3-Burner Propane Gas Grill
No grill compares to the Weber Genesis E-325's entire package, even while there are less expensive grills with most of the features, grills with comparable build quality, grills with substantial warranties, and grills with excellent customer service.
Napoleon Prestige Pro 500
Napoleon is a key player at the top of the mid-market grilling segment and throughout the ultra-premium categories. This Napoleon grill is the traditional sparkling stainless gas grill, despite being in the middle of the group.
Char-Griller E3001 3-Burner Gas Grill
On the sidewalk is what looks like a typical Home Depot barbecue, but it has a lot of power. The three-burner, multi-vent, barrel-style barbeque reaches temperatures exceeding 600 degrees without the use of an infrared burner, which is necessary for most non-premium grills to achieve those high temperatures.
Char-Broil Signature Series Tru-Infrared
The Char-Broil mid-sized, mid-market grill is an excellent gas grill all around. Infrared technology, which is also necessary, greatly raises its temperature ceiling. Again, cast-iron grates that are not needed at all and assembly, which at worst is a bit of a buzzkill, are the two main downsides.
Cuisinart 5-Burner Dual Fuel Gas Grill
Budget gas vehicles frequently look bad on porches. More importantly, than most of its less expensive competitors, the Cuisinart five-burner cooks better. Given that it has five burners, intrepid cooks won't have too much trouble setting it up as an impromptu smoker by establishing a two-zone cooking system.
Huntington Cast 3400 Gas Grill
If all you want to do is cook and you don't care about appearances, this gas grill is what you need. Despite having a cheap-looking exterior, it has the same internal parts as its more expensive competitors. The grill's capacity is increased by the interior's H-shaped burners, which are used in place of the usual straight-line design. The interior is composed of rust-proof cast aluminium.
Element Hinged 2-Burner Propane Gas Grill
The design of this grill makes use of as little patio or porch space as is practical. When you realise that it can pull temperatures north of 500 degrees in five minutes or less, you have something that has a strong space-cost-firepower ratio on your hands (with maximum temps upward of 625).
Portable Propane Gas Grill
Most likely, you choose a Weber if you want a small or portable barbecue. Although it is completely different from the renowned Smokey Joe, its strength and value are still obvious. At first glance, it seems cheap, but it's not. Cast aluminum, used to make the grill's body and lid, provides consistent heating and complete rust resistance.
Nomadic Portable Propane Gas Grill
The Nomadiq Mini is a larger, lighter portable gas barbecue when compared to the Weber Q-series. It uses about a third less energy than the Weber and has a similar temperature range (roughly up to 500 degrees), as well as more cooking space. Although it's the perfect barbecue for a picnic or truck camping, it's still too hefty to carry on a hike.