Lavo Home Adjustable Hibachi Charcoal Grill 9 1/2″ x 17″ – Perfect for BBQs on Small Balconies, Patios, Decks: Product Description
This hibachi grill is one of the most versatile charcoal barbecuing systems for home and travel. This power house barbecue can cook anything from hamburgers and hot dogs to a Chateaubriand.
The duel: charcoal grill versus smoker
A direct comparison of charcoal grill and smoker looks like the fight between David and Goliath. In fact, both cooking methods are suitable for different types of grills. If you want to speed up your meat, fish, or vegetables, i.e., quickly want to fill your guests’ plates with grill delicacies, you should rather use the charcoal grill. Patience barbecues, on the other hand, could warm-up for the smoker. Once prepared, the meat is cooked without turning or dripping. For larger pieces of meat, however, this takes several hours.
The smoky note is obtained from both the charcoal grill and the smoker. Both types of grill also master meat, fish, vegetables, or other items such as cheese without any problems. Thanks to the indirect cooking method, the food in the smoker are prepared much more gently than in the case of direct sizzling with the charcoal grill. The smoker is also much less likely to contaminate the food to be grilled. These occur when fats and chemicals burn on the charcoal grill.
Charcoal grills are the first choice for spontaneous trips and all occasions when you don’t want to wait long for food. However, there should be some know-how in dealing with lighting and operation. Smokers are the decelerated way of grilling. This means that you should allow enough time to cook all the dishes. They are only the second choice for spontaneous garden parties. In addition, because of their size and weight, smokers are only suitable for home use. Trailers who use caterers need horsepower to change their beach location.