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BBQ BUYER GUIDE
 

 

  1. Gas or Charcoal – It’s a matter of personal preference, the amount of money you want to spend.  For the most convenient outdoor cooking, opt for gas grill because it certainly more convenience to operate and clean.  However, purists may be happier with a small fire grill regardless of the fact that there seem to be no real difference in the test of food grilled one way or the other.
  2. The size of the grill - The size of the BBQ is determined by the amount of burners: two; three; four or six. The larger the BBQ, the greater the flexibility in cooking surface. You will want to purchase a barbeque spacious enough to handle the largest group of people that you expect to entertain on a regular basis. Having a little extra space when cooking for a smaller group never hurts.  So, even if you are a meat-only barbeque chef now, you may want to purchase a larger barbeque to keep your cooking options open.
  3. Selecting Dealer Look for one who displays models within your price range and preferences. The dealer should be able to provide service, spare parts and options for the grill. 
  4. Availability of original equipment parts --Before purchasing your next barbeque, check for the availability of original equipment replacement parts
  5. How much will a great gas Barbeque cost me? -  Your barbeque should provide you with the maximum features and value for your dollar. In order to make the right purchase decision the first time around, consider carefully the size and features you are looking for.
  6. Choose features wisely- Purchase the best grill you can afford without going overboard on features you are not likely to use.
  7. ROCK OR FLAME TAMER-   Some BBQ’s come with a Flame Tamer that can be either metal or cast iron. The alternative is BBQ
    rock; the preferred type being ceramic manufactured rock. Both are extremely good and this decision
    is really personal choice.
  8. GRILLS, HOT PLATES OR BAKING DISHES? The Grill is designed for cooking steaks, kebabs and other meats. It cooks food directly over the BBQ rock or flame tamer, allowing juices to fall onto the rock which then smokes and flares up giving your food a distinct barbecue flavour. Food cooked in this way is low in fat content and is the healthiest option. The Hot Plate is ideal for cooking foods that would fall through the grill, such as eggs, tomatoes and mushrooms. The baking dish is for cooking marinated foods.
  9. WHAT IS THE BEST IGNITION SYSTEM? There are several types of ignition systems: the push button and rotary piezo ignition systems as well as the new battery powered rapid-fire ignition system. The latter is the best; with a simple touch of a button, the burner will light instantly. If you are apprehensive about lighting BBQ’s, you will appreciate this feature.
  10. SHOULD I HAVE A SIDE BURNER? Side burners are an optional, stove-like cooking area attached to the side of your BBQ. They are useful for boiling water, making gravies and allow you to cook wok style foods such as a stir-fry.
 
 
 
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