Denver Gas Grills: Taste the Meat Not The Heat
Ah, summertime. The time for grilling on Denver outdoor kitchens. Still, nobody particularly cares for the taste of charcoal and lighter fluid;
unfortunately, many Denver outdoor kitchens still rely on these fuel sources. However, with genuine propane-fired Denver BBQ gas grills, you will, as
they say on TV's fictional (King of the Hill) Strickland Propane, "taste the meat, not the heat."
The propane that fires Denver BBQ gas grills is the same economical, clean-burning fuel that cooks your food in your indoor kitchen as well as all the
finest restaurants. In addition to having been a popular motor fuel for forty-some years, it is now become the "latest thing" among top barbeque chefs
across the county. It is tasteless, odorless, and immediate; unlike traditional barbeques, propane starts in to burn the minute you turn on Denver BBQ
gas grills. There is no waiting for the coals to get hot, and backyard chefs who have the pleasure of using gas-fired Denver outdoor kitchens equiped
with genuine Denver gas grills enjoy complete and total control over the level of flame at all times. This means steaks and burgers done to your exact
liking, without the taste of lighter fluid to spoil it - and no more charred, burned food that's overdone on the outside and raw on the inside.
There's less cleaning afterwards as well, particularly with a stainless gas grill. Denver BBQ fans will find that there is no messy residue to clean and no
ashes to deal with. Food stains wipe easily off the surface of a stainless gas grill; Denver BBQ chefs will wonder how they ever got along without this
most modern and trouble-free of Denver gas grills.
A recent innovation when it comes to Denver gas grills is the infrared gas grill. Denver BBQ chefs have quickly discovered the advantages of infrared
radiation. Denver infrared gas grills actually use a superheated ceramic tile to cook the food, which is heated by the propane. At temperatures ranging
from 500 to 900 degrees, this enables one to sear