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From backyard parties to small picnics, you'll be able cook all your BBQ favorites almost anywhere with portable grills. One of the benefits of having a portable grill is that they can be transferred to your desired location and easily be stored away when not in use. Fuel types are available in charcoal, liquid propane, and natural gas to suit to culinary endeavors and home amenities.
Appliances Connection carries a wide variety of portable grills that will be a fit for any occasion. Portable grills can be as small as 10" wide, making them easy to carry them along with you when heading to the beach or the park. Larger portable grills can have a cooking surface of up to 1048 sq in, with up to 8 burners, perfect for those who love to host lavish get togethers in the summer.
Cook up a storm that will leave guests impressed with your grill master skills. An optional rotisserie accessory can be added for slow cooking roasts. You won't have to head back inside to use the kitchen stove. Instead, prepare complementary dishes on the side burners while main courses finish up on the grill. Infuse foods with a smoky flavor by adding your favorite wood chips in the smoker.
If you happen to have any additional questions regarding portable grills, our representatives will gladly assist you in finding a model that's a perfect fit for you. Appliances Connection values the importance a flawlessly grilled meal, that's why we take pride in offering only the best models from trusted industry brands including Primo, Fire Magic, Coyote, and many more.
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