Solaire Gas Grills are based on a unique cooking system

Written by Ross MacIver

Solaire gas grills have a unique cooking system. Instead of using briquettes for lava rock as a convection heat source, Solaire gas grills use radiant infrared heat to cookrepparttar food. This isrepparttar 136185 same cooking technology that is used inrepparttar 136186 finest steak houses, sorepparttar 136187 great taste of professional grills is available in your own backyard.

Most gas grills onrepparttar 136188 market today cook by convection. There are several disadvantages to this method. The hood must be closed in order to raiserepparttar 136189 temperature ofrepparttar 136190 cooking area, and wheneverrepparttar 136191 hood is openedrepparttar 136192 temperature quickly drops. The food is cooked byrepparttar 136193 heated air, and this results in dried out food.

Solaire gas grills onrepparttar 136194 other hand, are specially designed to produce high temperature, radiant heat. The hood on Solaire gas grills can be left open becauserepparttar 136195 heating elements are cookingrepparttar 136196 food rather thanrepparttar 136197 heated air. The intense heat ofrepparttar 136198 infrared burner seersrepparttar 136199 outside ofrepparttar 136200 food, locking in taste and moisture. The result is succulent, flavorful food which cooks in a fraction ofrepparttar 136201 time of traditional gas grills.

Cast Iron Hibatchi

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Hibatchis are some ofrepparttar most popular types of barbecue available. Their small size makes them suitable for outside areas which don't haverepparttar 136184 space for large gas barbecues. In addition, they are popular for camping and picnics. A cast-iron hibatchi offersrepparttar 136185 same great taste as a regular barbecue withrepparttar 136186 only disadvantage of being able to cook less food at a time.

A cast-iron brazier uses charcoal has its fuel source. Most hibatchis have two areas for holding coals, so it's easy to cook a variety of food and keep it warm. The multi-level grilling surfaces allow you to cookrepparttar 136187 food at almost any temperature -- if you need a lot of heat, simply lowerrepparttar 136188 grill, and if you need less heat simply position it atrepparttar 136189 top.

Hibatchis are great for outdoor cooking almost anywhere. They can be used onrepparttar 136190 patio, on a terrace, at a camping site, or in your back garden. Since they are small,repparttar 136191 fire is easily contained, andrepparttar 136192 open flames only last for a few minutes untilrepparttar 136193 charcoal has ignited.

Still, a certain amount of caution has to be used when cooking on a charcoal hibatchi. Their light weight hasrepparttar 136194 advantage of making them portable, but alsorepparttar 136195 disadvantage of making them easy to overturn. For maximum safety, never use a hibatchi on a flammable surface like a wooden deck.

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