Gas grills are a simple and easy way to make great barbeque with very little fuss. Families around the world love gas grills because of their ease of use, their fast preheating times, and their inexpensive operation. Regardless of your reasons, using a grill can be fun, easy, and fast.
Barbeques have been the cooking method of choice for thousands of years. Granted, they were not always the pictures of efficiency that they are today, but grills were certainly used long before ovens. The principles behind a gas grill are simple. Take a fuel source, such as propane gas, run it through a fuel line, then ignite it beneath the food you are attempting to grill.
Who would have ever thought that the simplicity of that whole system would create some of the best food known to mankind? Gas grills do have a few drawbacks for some barbeque grill connoisseurs, but they are easily overcome. Many people do not like gas grills because they do not feel that they can get the food to taste like it came from a grill. Using wood chips is the perfect way to overcome that, and you can add wood chips to many gas grills. Electric grills are great for people who are not comfortable with fire, and can give you lovely grill marks, and they will certainly cook your food to your liking, but it will not have that “flame grilled” taste that many grill-lovers simply must have.
The bottom line is that no grill offers the ease of use, the safety, and the precise temperature control that gas grills do. Actually, 2, 3, or 4 burner barbeques can make short work of large roasts, steaks, and even baked potatoes. Regardless of what you are cooking, you have the option to make it come out just right by adjusting the temperature of the grill. Gas grills are also great for cooking over indirect heat, as you can adjust the burners selectively.