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A lot of people suddenly remember that they have never hosted a BBQ party or dinner and try to compensate for it. The thing about grills is that you can’t leave them to rust away in a dark room, especially if you plan to use it at one point. You’ll want to identify whether your grill is still usable or not and whether you’d like an upgrade if it has become too old or inconvenient. Your home may not be suitable for hosting BBQ parties and firing the grill, but that shouldn’t be a problem. The thing about grills is that they’re even more enjoyable when you’re outdoors. We’ve collected a few tips and tricks to help you not just use the grill and maintain it, but also ensure that it’s actually getting used.

Cramped Spaces

It’s quite a sad scene when you look at your grill locked away because you can’t grill in your apartment, as it requires a rather open space like a backyard. There are two common solutions to help you grill if you live in an apartment without a balcony, you can use your grill at parks or you can use electric grills. The least expensive solution is grilling outdoors, making it a viable option for those who can’t afford an electric grill. Grilling at outdoor spaces is a truly unique experience that anyone with a grill should try at some point. Everything tastes better when you gather your close ones for a great BBQ session. Electric grills are usually used as a last option as they may not provide the flavor you’re looking for and they’re rather costly. If you’re truly looking to take your grill game outside, then you’d rather choose a grill that would be convenient with traveling long distances. You should look for grills that are easy to transport and maintain as you move it from one place to another. The most recommended grills to use are portable gas grills, liquid propane ones are even easier to transport.

Charcoal Grills

While it’s advised to use a gas grill as they’re one of the easiest to transport, some tastes beg to differ. Some would prefer to use good old classic charcoal grills as they provide a smoky flavor that is very hard to get with other types of grills. Charcoal has a higher burning temperature than gas, which gives more leeway for a professional griller to sear meat to perfection. Charcoal grills aren’t usually a beginner’s first option as they require certain experience and have some disadvantages. Preheating a charcoal grill takes at least 45 minutes to get right, which can pile up in addition to the time it takes to completely grill the meat. You’ll have to purchase charcoal, which is a bit more expensive than gas in addition to weighing more.

Portable Grills

Whether you’re going for a charcoal grill or a gas grill, your priority should be finding a grill that you can use anywhere. Commonly known as the tailgater, portable grills are lifesavers when it comes to taking your grill out for a little BBQ. The best thing about them is the variety that you can pick from, from big ones that can roast huge amounts of meat to small ones that can do a quick and tasty job on a few ribs. Since portable grills are usually smaller in size than other traditional grills, you’ll be facing a bit of a problem when you’re cooking for too many people. You’ll either be on grill-duty all day or making people wait. Aside from cooking to large masses, a portable grill would be perfect for almost any occasion. You’ll want to make sure that it’s easy to carry, durable, and efficient. If it’s a gas grill, you can buy a smoker box and burn a few cinders to give the meat the famous smoky flavor.

Being on the Lookout

Once you start gaining interest in grilling, you’ll find that it will be hard for a couple of weeks to go by without you using your grill. Sometimes you’ll be facing issues with the logistics, but if you’re serious about it, you’ll overcome. It’s recommended to save a few places as your backup BBQ land in addition to looking for new places to grill at. If you decide to grill at a new place, you’ll be not just enjoying delicious food, but also discovering new places.

meat-3434398_1280 Simple Ways To Ensure Your Grill Actually Gets Used

The key to making sure that your grill gets used is taking care of its maintenance and finding the right grill that suits your expertise and taste. As long as you learn more about the art of BBQing, your grill would be a very important element in your life.