When we traded our old gas grill for a charcoal grill, there were no regrets. We prefer the taste of foods cooked over charcoal, and with a gas starter and briquette chimney, the coals are ready for cooking in 20 minutes. But the reality is, we don't fire up the charcoal grill in winter.
So now I'm thinking that maybe I should shop around for a good quality gas grill to use when charcoal just isn't practical. It's got to have enough BTUs to get really hot, and the quality to hold the heat in for good searing power. I'd also like the burner configuration and cooking surface to enable 2-zone cooking. I don't need a rotisserie or a side burner, and most of the time I'd be using it to cook just for two of us.
Can anyone recommend a gas grill that will suit my needs? Thanks!
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