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Charcoal Grills and Smokers

by Capt. Samarth Singh on September 16th, 2010

It’s a beautiful day, you are home with your family, and you want to eat something special but don’t want to leave the comfort of your home on your day off; so what you do? Well it’s pretty simple, you BBQ. Yes the beautiful and very, very tasty traditional American barbeque. Now you can do this in two ways. One is to fire up a gas fired grill and get your stakes really quickly or to take your time sipping beer while your stake matures over a nice, good old charcoal grill and believe us here that the latter is what you want to. For two reasons, one that the food comes out much, much better with the great smell of charcoal smoke and two, that’s just the only way to really barbeque!

As such with grills and smokers priced from $35 to $1,000, there is something is to fit the budget of anyone who’s a fan of traditional barbecue.

A charcoal grill can be as basic as a 55-gallon drum cut in half and turned on its side, or as extravagant as a $1,000 ceramic-lined cooker. Depending on your needs you can get a basic grill sufficient for small gatherings for as little as $35. $ 50 to 200 will get you a decent size grill which can handle a dozen burgers or chicken breasts. If you’re interested in grilling an entire Turkey you’ll have to shell out about $250 to 300. But the real king of grills these days are the ceramic lined ones where you’ll spend close to $1000, but it’s really worth the money.

A small tip though, make sure your grill has a smoker function with it to give your food a splendid aroma…oh! And yes don’t forget the barbeque sauce.

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