It’s pretty much a universal truth that summer nights (and afternoons, and maybe evening mornings) spent cooking barbecued meats on a hot grill are at least 100% better than those spent cooking inside. Whether it’s a regular dinner or your Fourth of July party, a good grill session results in food that is usually much tastier than alternative cooking methods, and it’s often the healthiest method of cooking meat, since excess fat all drips away from the food. If recent holiday cooking has revealed some problems with your old backyard grill, it might be time to consider a replacement. We spoke with the Chicago Tribune Life & Style section recently to share some tips on how to choose the best grill for your needs.
You can visit the Abt Grill Buying Guide for even more info. And here are some interesting grill and grilling-related facts that you can bust out at the next backyard gathering: