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Gas grills are fuelled by either propane or natural gas.

Performing general maintenance and cleaning your grill on a regular basis will help maximize its longevity.

Grill prices can range from $50 to $10,000, with factors like construction materials, fuel and size playing a big part in how much you'll pay.

To determine what size grill you need, start by looking at the main cooking surface.

To get the best use out of your grill, consider some optional additions.

The body of a quality grill should be made of heavy-duty material such as stainless steel or aluminum. Both materials make the convection process necessary for grilling possible and also protect against rust.

Pellet Grills and Hybrid Grills are examples of other grill types. 

Charcoal grills obviously use charcoal as a fuel source, but there are different options.

Conversations about outdoor cooking usually start with the grill. But that conversation can quickly turn into a debate when figuring out what type of grill to use: gas or charcoal.

Yes, it's true: the outdoor kitchen isn't only about grills anymore. But don't kid yourself; there isn't another outdoor appliance as essential as a grill.

 
 

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