Bring Indoor Cooking Outside
If barbeques are your favorite part of summer, plan on taking your outdoor cooking abilities to their highest level this year. An advanced patio cooking area can keep everything you need in one place.
Beyond the Grill: Indoor Essentials Outside
Many people juggle cooking meats on the grill outdoors while preparing side dishes indoors. If you incorporate specialized equipment, this isn’t necessary. With additions like smokers, multi-surface grills, outdoor stove top burners and even ovens, you won’t have to run back and forth or risk burning your prized dishes.
Don’t Forget Outdoor Cooking Accessories
Convenient extras can make your cooking area perfect. An ice chest or small electric freezer can provide cold drinks and ice on demand. Wire grill baskets can help manage smaller foods. A griddle for your outdoor stove top can allow you to prepare breakfast foods for a pleasant outdoor brunch. To extend the use of your patio cooking area to cooler parts of the year, invest in a fire pit.
After building a custom outdoor kitchen to meet your every need, you’ll be able to show off your exceptional culinary skills while still spending plenty of fun-time with your family or guests.
When it comes to grilling, charcoal has largely fallen out of favor with most backyard chefs. Lured by the promise of easy starts, controllable temperature and clean-burning fuel, many households have made the switch to propane. However, there is still a place in your outdoor cooking space for traditional charcoal.
Charcoal Grills are Affordable and Versatile
From the moment you buy the grill until you are filling up on supplies, charcoal is more affordable than gas. The grills cost less at the store, the charcoal is cheap and the lighter fluid is incredibly affordable. Because they don’t require any gas tanks or lines, you can place the grill anywhere in the yard.
Tastier Meat and Perfect Steaks with Charcoal Grills
The flames that cook your meat carry the smoky charcoal flavor when cooked on an open grill. It’s the only way to add that smoky flavor. Charcoal can also reach higher temperatures, so you can cook the exterior of a steak fast and still enjoy a moist center.
The best way to grill up the perfect steak or hamburger, you should include charcoal in your outdoor grilling plans. Grills are available in a wide range of sizes, making it easy to add one to your outdoor kitchen or patio.