Versatile and easy to master! You can grill, sear, try indirect cooking, rotisserie, smoking. They flavor food from the juices vaporizing, cooking over an open flame and from smoking chips and accessories.
- How a Gas Grill Cooks
- A propane tank or connection for natural gas fuel the cooking. Burners spread flame over the cooking surface and stainless steel flavoring bars form a tent over the burners to eliminate flare-ups, vaporize drippings and add flavor back into the food. Control the temperature from knobs similar to a stovetop and monitor the temperature from an external thermometer or a digital meat thermometer.
- How to Start a Gas Grill
- Open the lid so gas won’t build up under the hood. Let gas in by opening the valve on the propane tank or gas supply. Push the starter – this sparks to ignite the gas. It’s up to temperature in minutes.
- Grill cleaning brush
- Long-handled barbecue tongs, fork and spatula
- Grilling mitt
- Grill cover
- Basting brush or mop
- Additional burners or larger cooking surface to entertain larger groups
- Searing station or sideburner for stovetop cooking
- Shelving or storage space
- Built-in smoking chamber
- Propane gauge
- Charcoal baskets for indirect cooking
- Rotisserie, griddle, wok or or pizza stone
- Smoker box, wood chips
- Handle light
- Vegetable or fish baskets, rib or roast racks, skewers, racks for specialty dishes like wings or poppers
- Tool holder, apron, wireless thermometer
- Cookbooks, rubs, sauces