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Grills, Barbeques and Smokers: Grillmasters, Get Ready

Outdoor lovers, rejoice. Grilling season is once again upon us. And may have never left, depending on your climate. Whether you're a fan of flaming veggie kebabs, charring chicken breasts or marinating pork chops, you'll need a proper cooker with you out in the yard. Explore our selection of outdoor grills to find one that fits your summer.

Natural Gas and Liquid Propane Grills

Many of America's most classic outdoor grills run on natural gas and liquid propane. Relatively easy to use, liquid propane models are designed for "set-it-and-let-it" use. All you have to do is hook up a tank of propane before bringing out your tray of meats and veggies. These grills are best for homes without a natural gas hookup, and for folks who aren't overly attached to a specific heat type like wood pellets or charcoal. Natural gas versions require an outdoor gas hookup before installation, but make up for the inconvenience with easy-to-use BBQ grills. Any full-fledged outdoor kitchen will need one of these and would benefit from other gadgets like a pizza oven or an outdoor heater. Natural gas gives your grill the maneuverability of a kitchen range, and won't ever run out the way that liquid propane does. Plus, it's an eco-friendly option that can operate even when the power goes out.

Wood Pellet Grills and Charcoal Grills

Revolutions in BBQ grilling lead many flavor experts to search for more from their fuels. The result? A resurgence in charcoal grills and wood pellet grills. Wood pellet smokers is a more accurate moniker for these outdoor appliances, since they use low temperatures to hold low heat and flavor for long periods of time. Always favored by southern sauce chefs and steakhouses, these pellet smokers infuse foods with that unmistakable smoky flavor we all love from BBQ grills. And it's easy to change out your fuel source for different foods and cooking styles. Smoke with cedar, mesquite, apple, and all kinds of other woods for different flavor profiles. Look over our guide to pellet grilling to know more about what you're missing out on and learn the pros and cons of this cooking method. On the other hand, charcoal grills use a fuel source you might be more familiar with. The classic camp-cooking fuel is one of the easiest (and most popular) ways to heat, sear and eat. They take as short as seven minutes to get to cooking temperature, and that cooking temperature can be much higher than what you could achieve on a gas version. Plus, these grills just always impart that summery, charred flavor you immediately think of when you think: outdoor grill.

Style and Support: Built-In Grills

Whether you opt for a gas or pellet smoker, there's one more thing you want your grill to do, and that's to look good. It's a good idea to create a safe grilling space in your yard, away from any outdoor furniture and other flammable materials. Consider opting for a built-in model if your outdoor space is set up with countertops and a complete food prep space. The built-in look brings a level of clean, sophisticated style to any outdoor kitchen. If you're not sure which of these grills is best for your lifestyle, check out our guide to grilling for more information. Learn more about different fuel types, woods to smoke, and more, or call one of our experts at 800-860-3577. Our own grill masters are full of knowledge when it comes to what's best, and can help you find the right option for your cooking style. Alternatively, come into the store to get a look at some of the models on the floor. Each one comes with a warranty from the manufacturer of at least one year, and we'll continue to service yours throughout its lifetime.

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