Charcoal grills

Grilling, or at least cooking over fire, has been around for almost as long as humans have been eating.

Charcoal and gas are the two most popular types of grills and the one should be bought depends on the taste of the grilled food wanted.

Charcoal is the fuel for millions of grills masters. Lump charcoal is this charred wood in its unchanged state. Some grill cooks like lump charcoal because it burns very hot. However, it also burns away relatively fast, and its irregular shape can created hot spots.

Briquettes are made of granular charcoal compressed into individual pillow shapes. Each briquette burns at the same rate, giving off reliable steady heat.

Charcoal grills come in shapes and sizes. Steel is the most common construction material for charcoal grills such as kettle grills and hibachis. Steel is good conductor of heat, so it heats up and cools down relatively quickly.

But is doesn’t retain heat very well, and so metal grills generally require more fuel because heat is lost more easily through the grill’s firebox.
Charcoal grills

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