Grilling on a Charcoal Grill

Imparts a more “natural” flavor than other synthetically fueled grills. Charcoal takes longer to heat than gas grills, but the extra flavor they promote is why some folks prefer them over others. They are relatively inexpensive and are extremely common at campgrounds and many back yards. Learning how to control the heat over charcoal can be a bit intimidating for beginners and many mass-produced charcoal briquets can contain undesirable additives.

Pros vs. Cons of a Charcol Grill

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