Gear up for grilling with these tools, tips, temperatures and tricks for the perfect tailgating party or BBQ with family and friends.
What’s the Best Grill for You?
Gas, Charcoal & Electric Grills
Gas grills feature quick start-up and easily adjustable temperatures, but many will argue that nothing beats the flavor from charcoal grilling. For those with limited space, an electric grill can be a convenient option. Check out our quick list of pros and cons to find out what type of grill suits your needs.
|Authentic smoky flavor ||Longer heat-up |
|High heat is great for searing ||Less accurate temperature control |
|Easily portable ||Charcoal can be costly |
|Fast heat-up||Loss of authentic smoky flavor|
|Precise temperature control ||Typically more expensive |
|Easy to use and clean||Larger, more elaborate models aren’t easily portable|
|Compact size is great for small areas||Must be near an outlet for cooking|
|Does not require expensive charcoal or gas ||Loss of authentic smoky flavor |
|Easy start-up with easily adjustable temperatures ||Radiant heat doesn’t allow for searing |
Still undecided? Many other factors can contribute to your decision to go gas, charcoal or electric, including space limitations and climate.
- For apartment patios or small yards, shop Kohls.com for a variety of space-saving grills.
- For all-season grilling in colder climates, keep your grill protected with a durable waterproof cover. Gas grills are ideal for cold-weather cooking.
- When outdoor grilling isn't an option, consider indoor electric grills, raclettes or oven smokers.