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That is a question that has bothered people and chefs ever since the first gas grill was launched in 1950’s and left Mr and Mrs Johnson staring breathlessly at the neighbour’s new grill. If we jump directly to the answer, and we will, there is actually no right answer to whether you should buy a gas or charcoal grill. You can find things that speak for and against both. It is often a question of social inheritance. What did dad do? The food can taste just as good on gas, as it does on charcoal. Or can it?
You get a smoked taste and the popular grill lines on your meat, when you grill on charcoal or wood. That being said, it is easier and more convenient to turn on a gas grill on a Wednesday after work and children’s football practice. It is just faster. There are positive and negative elements in both, depending on which food you make, when and how long. But which one should you buy? Gas or coal?
Gas grill is a wonder in many ways, and it is the simplest way of cooking outdoors on the terrace or in the garden. Gas grill is brilliant, when you want to prepare fish, vegetables or make a quick lunch with sausages and red peppers. The heat is controlled better on a gas grill, and you get better results with a gas grill, when you want to grill mildly. If you want to grill hard, with a real taste of grill, you should go with a coal or wood grill. But if you are good at grilling, we recommend buying a gas grill, as it functions better in the everyday in most cases. It is easier to turn on and off and easier to clean. You surely know it. When the food is made, eaten and there is good company and chilled white wine, the last thing you want to do is sweat over cleaning the grill.
When it comes to cooking on coal or wood, it is a technique as old as humanity. Any caveman will tell you: it is not very difficult. But it is more complicated than just turning a knob. You need to build, care for and keep an eye on the fire, and you need to be aware of where on the grill it is super warm and where the heat is not attracted at all. But… Grilling this way is maybe not the best use of your time, but on the weekends — or when you have time to do something extra with cooking, there is nothing that beats a charcoal grill. It is not just a general opinion. There have been many studies and taste tests that confirm this stance. What kind of food is then best to make on charcoal grill?
Meat. Big, red, juicy beef. Entrecôte, New York Strips, Tenderloin-steaks, Ribeyes, T-bones. The list goes on, but the answer is here: meat tastes better on coal. Add a litre of red wine and good company, and you have the recipe for a perfect evening. But why does it taste better? And why is the result often better, when you cook on coal rather than gas?
It can actually be difficult to concentrate the heat in the gas grill, and if you really need to grill through, you should go with the classic and popular charcoal grill. Chicken, pork and fruit get a nice taste, when they are done on coal. The thorough frying combined with the smoke from the coal create a taste experience that most people like. Check out our cool grill accessories for the grill master here on the page, if you want to have the ultimate grill experience.