No access to open space? Bad weather for a BBQ? Fret not. There’s hardly any grill that can whip up a quick, decent meal without much preparation and hassle like an electric grill, and it’s not even close. Follow us as we pick & review the best electric grills of this year.
The George Foreman 15-Serving Electric Grill is a versatile grill that can be used both indoors and outdoors hassle-free. Using no combustible fuel, you can use this grill with no fear of flare-ups and still make appetizing dishes.
Pellet grills embrace the convenience of an electric grill and the firepower of a gas grill. As a hybrid of a grill and a smoker, the best pellet grill has a flair for dishing out steaks with signature smoke rings and irresistible aroma that none of its peers can replicate!
The weather’s getting warmer, and you know what that means: it’s BBQ time. Before hitting the road and hosting an outdoor cook fest, you’d want to find a portable grill with enough firepower. Follow us as we pick and review the best portable gas grills for your camping trip.
The Cuisinart CGG-608 portable, professional gas grill is a professional gas grill that delivers the performance of a full-sized grill without compromising portability.
The Char-Broil standard liquid propane gas grill is designed with portability being an important criterium. This propane-powered gas grill is functional and easy to use.
Cook great tasting steaks, hamburgers and more. Our Blackstone 1554 Station-4-burner-Propane Gas Grill Review takes a look at this gas grill.
Some of us feel left out of the grilling fun because we don’t have a backyard for a full-size grill. Or the grill is too big to be carried to the park in our car. There is hope, yet. In this Weber 121020 Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill review, we look at a very portable charcoal grill.
The Dyna Glo Charcoal Grill is an attractive, solid looking grill that will look at home in any backyard. The enamel-coated steel surfaces are elegant and attractive. The hinged lid with wide gripped handle and convenient shelves make food preparation easy.
Weighing in at 27 pounds, the Lodge charcoal grill is basically a large piece of cast iron. It therefore inherits all the idiosyncrasies of the material itself. Cast iron takes longer to heat up. But because it is so dense, it holds onto the heat for a long time and distributes it more evenly.
For many barbecue aficionados, cooking food on a grill is a gratifying pastime. The flavors and colors imparted on the food by hot coals are not something you can replicate inside a kitchen. But still, sometimes it just doesn’t seem complete. What if we can add smoke to the process?
With its sleek and modern look, this multifunctional kitchen appliance can air fry, roast, bake, dehydrate and grill indoors. The amount of smoke produced is minimal so you can use it inside a kitchen or small apartment. The Ninja Foodi comes in either back or silver, both of which look sleek and modern.