Summer is here and, wait…
*goes to calendar, confirms that yes, summer is indeed here*
… and yes, the season for grilling and chilling has arrived!
If your backyard barbecues need some new fire, you might be wondering where to start in the search for a new grill. Do you go gas? Charcoal? Wood pellets? And what size?
Consumer Reports breaks down the wide array of choices, noting that, in general:
“Gas is more convenient because you simply turn the burners on to start the grill. Charcoal gives you a greater degree of control—you determine the amount of heat by the size of the fire you build. Pellet grills, which use wood pellets, are meant to offer the taste of cooking with wood, plus unmatched precision—they have digital thermostats that allow you to dial in a precise cooking temperature.”
CR has great advice, but ours is much more succinct: Whichever grill you buy. Get it with cash back here.