Grill Buying Guide

GRILL BUYING GUIDE

Cooking outside is an American tradition. We’ve come a long way with outdoor cooking. With so many grilling methods – for small to large gatherings – here are a few things to consider when choosing the right grill and accessories for you and your family.

Dinner for Two
When you want all the flavor without a lot of fuss.

  • Cooking – and cleaning up – is easy with electric, infrared and gas grills.
  • For small spaces or balconies, electric or wood pellet grills provide safer cooking that are apartment-approved.
  • A kettle charcoal grill takes a small footprint in 14-, 18- and 22-in. diameters.

Family of Four
When the family meal goes the extra mile.

  • A Kamado charcoal grill will let you show off your cooking skills, from basic grilling to searing, smoking, roasting and even baking.
  • Get a juicy, consistent cook with an infrared grill. Look for a gas grill with infrared side burners or rotisserie for a savory meal with easy clean-up.
  • For a weekend meal, smokers come in a wide range of sizes, starting at 250 square inches.

Backyard Party
When you’re feeding a small army of family and friends.

  • A barrel charcoal grill offers a larger cooking surface and a classic grilling flavor.
  • When grilling big with gas, consider a grill with a direct hook up to a gas line so you don’t run out of fuel.
  • Electric grills give a consistent, even cook that’s easy to clean up, too.
  • Larger smokers can smoke up to 50 lbs. of meat at one time for savory sensations on a large scale.

GRILL OVERHAUL

Grilling accessories –
Make yourself at home . . . outdoors

Home-Style Cooking Accessories:

  • Griddles
  • Grill sheets and baskets
  • Rib racks
  • Woks
  • Pizza stones
  • Rotisseries

Outdoor Extras:

  • Thermometers
  • Wood chips
  • Grill covers
  • Camping or tailgating grills

Outdoor Cooking Safety

Have fun, but be safe. Grills can get as hot as 800 degrees Fahrenheit. Caution should always be used when grilling outdoors. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for use and safety. Refer to meat temperature guides online for specific temperatures by meat type.