By far the most popular option, gas grills are designed to ignite quickly and provide greater temperature control—which in turn opens up a world of outdoor cooking possibilities. And thanks to individually controlled cooking zones, a wide variety of foods such as steaks, shrimp and vegetables can be prepared simultaneously on the same grill, even though they require different levels of heat.
Fueled by either liquid propane or natural gas, some gas grills include multiple side burners for preparing sauces and side dishes along with your main course, eliminating the need to constantly run back and forth to your kitchen.
Ever wanted to prepare whole chickens, turkeys or a large roast outdoors? Then select a grill with an automatic rotisserie and dedicated side burner and enjoy the succulent flavors that only slow-roasting can create.
Besides versatility, one of the biggest advantages of gas grills is convenience. With the turn of a knob, you have a highly adjustable cooking vessel that heats up quickly and is easy to maintain. When you’re finished cooking, simply turn off the burners, rub a grill brush over the grates, and cleanup is done.