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Barbeque grills will complete your outdoor party or backyard gathering by allowing people to barbecue or smoke their favorite foods easily. The grills are perfect for almost all foods, including shrimp, hamburgers, steaks, and veggies. Nothing beats the taste of a grilled meal with smoky and succulent flavors that everyone will enjoy. At Appliances Connection, we offer a wide collection of grills in various styles - freestanding, built-in, Komodo egg, or portable models available as gas grills, charcoal grills, electric grills, pellet grills, and grill packages. Portable grills could be the best choice if you need a grill for camping or tailgating.
While gas grills that are available as natural gas or liquid propane grills heat fast and give high temperature precision, charcoal grills give your food smoky and tender taste you won't get from gas or electric grills that offer the convenience of a simple plug-in. Pellet grills allow you to cook with wood pellets for the smoky flavor you know from traditional charcoal grills.
If you want a smarter option, try infrared grills fueled by gas or charcoal. The grills use an infrared burner, a metal plate that radiates heat when heated. This allows the grill to reach higher temperatures than traditional grills, allowing for faster cooking times and even heat distribution.
Kamado egg grills are ceramic smokers with superior moisture and heat retention. Their oval design allows for simultaneous indirect and direct cooking in two zones. With two cooking zones, you can grill steaks on the direct side and smoke vegetables on the indirect side.
Depending on the type and the model, grills feature different BTUs, so pick one capable of handling your cooking needs. Gas grills BTU can reach as high as 36,000, making them a powerful option for grilling large meals.
Smart grills, equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity, offer convenience and ease of monitoring and operating your appliance from your phone and other devices. You can adjust the temperature, monitor the internal temperature of your food, and even receive notifications when it's time to flip or remove your food from the grill.
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