Char-Broil Gas2Coal 3-Burner Liquid Propane and Charcoal Hybrid Grill: Product Description
Style:Grill With the Char-Broil Gas2Coal, you can easily switch from a gas grill to a charcoal grill in under 60 seconds, without the use of tools. Enjoy the speed and convenience of grilling with gas, or savor the signature flavors of cooking over charcoal, both on one grill.
Propane grill or coal
The debate about the ideal fuel for barbecue cooking is decades old. The users of the charcoal grill love the taste of the specific smoke, while a propane grill offers more flexibility and speed. Both types of grills provide good results, but gas grills win due to ease of use and maintenance.
For example, some gas grills offer additional burners that increase cooking capacity or rotating accessories. In addition, gas grills are much easier to clean because you do not have ashes for cleaning and throwing, and in addition, a gas bottle holds much more than a sack of charcoal.
Charcoal barbecue flame one of the main disadvantages of the charcoal grill is the waiting time. You have to make the fire, wait for it to burn, burn the coal, and only then can you cook. A propane grill is a quick solution for those who want to quickly cook their favorite meat, be it a burger, chicken, steak, or sausage.
Gas burners with additional burners are ideal because you can boil corn, roast potatoes, or keep the barbeque sauce warm while the meat is being cooked.
The gas grills also allow you to cook long cuts of meat that require this, such as ribs or pork chops because you can maintain a constant temperature without having to add more charcoal and always check it. A gas bottle may be heavy, but gas grills offer a lower operating cost. Instead of buying a sack of coal each time, a gas bottle can last up to several months for heavy use.