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Spring Time Is Near and So Is Grill Season

By Ason Figueroa March 06, 2021 0 comments

With springtime just around the corner, many people are excited to experience some pleasant weather. The snow finally starts to melt, the days become longer, flowers begin to bloom, and trees regain their leaves. Your mood starts to reach an all-time high, and the temperature sits at the right spot. It’s no wonder for anyone that it’s one of the most enjoyable seasons of the year.

This season is the best for planning a holiday with your close friends and family. Spending time with the people you care about is a great way to unwind any stress you may have accumulated throughout winter. While some social distancing regulations are in place, people continue to gather and relish their great time together, all while taking the appropriate measures.

Start of the Grilling Season

 As springtime draws near, so does another important season for many people, the grilling season. While most people associate it with summer, the grilling season starts near late spring. Even if that’s the case, that shouldn’t stop you from beginning to make preparations for that time.

For people who aren’t well-versed in the form of cooking that is grilling, now is a good time as any to delve into it. The flavor you get when you cook your food on a rack with a charcoal fire or a ceramic briquette that works with gas is delicious.

Meats you cook directly over the heat, such as burgers, steaks, and chops, get a distinctively robust and roasted flavor with a nice crust. Meanwhile, with larger meat cuts, whole chickens, and pork shoulder, the indirect grilling they require also gives them a nice crust and a smoky taste.

Even slightly charred vegetables get an amazing smoky grill flavor when you cook them. It’s hard to find a vegetable that doesn’t taste better this way.

If you are already familiar with grills and even have your own, then take the proper steps to ensure it’s ready to use on the day you plan to. On the other hand, it might also interest you to acquire a better grill and upgrade your own. Good grills come with many helpful accessories and other appliances that make your life easier.

Some of the Best Grills to Buy

All you need to start enjoying this season and your food is an appropriate grill. There are four main types: gas grills, electric grills, charcoal grills, and pellet grills. You also may want to know which grill models and appliances are great options to get. If you need some help to decide which barbecue grill to get or upgrade to, here are some brands and some of their main appliances that offer excellent results.

1. Cal Flame Grills (Cal Flame P4/P5 Built-in Grills)

These two gas grills have nearly the same features except for the size of the grill itself. As the P5 has five burners, it has a larger cooking surface.

The grills have splash guards to prevent grease from reaching the knobs, easily removable heavy-duty grates, and a thermometer to monitor the cooking temperature. Their burners ignite independently, and they’re easy to start. They come with lights that let you cook at night and many more features.

View the Cal Flame P Series 4 Burner Here.

View the Cal Flame P Series 5 Burner Here.

2. Blaze Grills (Blaze 32 in 4 Burner/Blaze 40 in 5 Burner LTE Grills)

The Blaze commercial style gas grill’s main difference is the size and number of burners, as the other characteristics are similar. They have a quick push-to-start ignition system and a flash tube ignition acting as an alternative.

The grills have heat zone separators to divide the surface into distinguished temperature zones and flame stabilizing grids that minimize flare-ups and provide an excellent grilled flavor. They come with interior lights and a double-lined hood that maintains the heat efficiently.

View the Blaze 32-In 4 Burner Here.

View the Blaze 40-In 5 Burner LTE Here.

3. Alfresco Grills (Alfresco ALXE 36-In Built-in Grill and Alfresco Pizza Oven)

If you want a luxury electric grill, you may be interested in the Alfresco ALXE 36 in. grill. It’s a medium-size powerhouse that has a unique grilling engine. This appliance provides one of the highest temperatures in the system for an electric grill. It also has an optional infrared burner if you want some quick and intense heat.

The integrated smoker system it comes with provides an excellent flavor to your food. This drawer holds some wood and herb chunks that allow it to eject smoke to the cooking area.

A notable mention is the Alfresco Pizza Oven. While it’s not a grill, it may be the best performing gas-fired oven available. Every material it uses is of the highest quality available. It preheats in 15 minutes and can reach high temperatures, allowing you to make a wide variety of recipes.

View the Alfresco ALXE 36-In Built In Grill Here.

View the Alfresco Pizza Oven Here.

4. Coyote Grills (Coyote 28-In Pellet + Coyote 36-In Pellet Grills)

Coyote Outdoor Living offers next-generation pellet grills. These grills have an incredibly intuitive way to load the pellets due to their smart drop feed feature. It allows you to drop the pellets in a front-loading hopper quickly.

These pellet grills have an in-built timer and LED light temperature probes. They also have an easy-to-start electric-powered ignition along with a smoke and sear grate. Like the other models, they have interior lighting and multiple cooking surfaces.

View the Coyote 28-In Pellet Grill Here.

View the Coyote 36-In Pellet Grill Here.

5. Primo Ceramic Kamado Grills (Primo Oval XL and Primo Oval LG 300 Grills)

These two Primo grills are different types of grills. Primo Oval XL is a gas grill that integrates a premium-grade ceramic shell that retains a large amount of heat. This allows it to preserve the moisture of the food you cook in it. It has four burners, flavor grids, and some other excellent quality-of-life features.

On the other hand, the Primo Oval LG 300 is a charcoal grill with an extended rack system that increases the cooking area. It comes with a thermometer, reversible cooking grates, a draft door, a cast iron top vent, and some other useful features.

View the Primo Oval LG 300 Here.

View the Primo Oval XL 400 Here.

Get Ready to Enjoy Spring

Plan out a day to hang out with your close friends and family and get your grilling appliances in order. You can follow a simple checklist to ensure you’re not missing any step in your preparation. If your grill is brand new, simply check that it works adequately and keep it clean until then. The memories people make during springtime over a barbecue gathering with friends and family can easily be unforgettable, and hopefully, you too can make some.

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