Propane Gas Grills for Every Day Grilling
People who own and use Propane Gas Grills love them. These gas grills allow them to cook outdoors pretty much any time they want. Easier grilling means more grilling. And that is always a good thing in my book.
Food is grilled much more quickly and with much less mess than charcoal. And propane gas grills are more economical to use than charcoal grills. You might grill 10 meals with propane for less cost than one meal using a charcoal grill.
Because of all these benefits, with a propane grill you will want to grill more. Unlike some kitchen appliances, you will get lots of use out of this appliance.
Of course, there are plenty of people that will tell you never to use a gas grill. They'll say it's impossible to get the "outdoor taste" into the meat, and you need that good "charcoal flavor" in the meat. Well, I've never tried to eat charcoal, but I'd think it does not taste very good. I do know, however, that properly seasoned meat tastes great (to me, anyway) on a gas grill.
When meat is cooking on a propane grill, the juices that drip to the bottom of the grill are not wasted. They fall onto the hot lava rocks that are typically on the bottom of a gas grill. That creates a smoke that rises up to further season the food. This is the intensified flavor you get from a gas grill.
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If you have never owned a propane grill, or if you have always had a bad opinion of them, maybe it's time to take a second look. You will cook outdoors more often, and that is always a good thing.
And after you have discovered the benefits yourself, you very well may change your mind about propane gas grills.