From a grill's frame to the burners, stainless steel is the superior material. It's not as brittle as cast iron and will not rust. Let's take a closer look at the advantages of stainless steel for particular grill parts. You should also keep in mind, that while stainless steel is better than rust prone non-stainless varieties, not all stainless is created equal.
If you know anything about infrared burners, you know they bring the heat to your grilling experience. In fact, they can obtain surface grilling temps of over 900 degrees Fahrenheit. Infrared heat cooks the food directly, while traditional burners heat the air, which then heats the food. Of course, direct and scorching heat speeds up cooking times. However, infrared burners are much more than time-savers.
Summer is here and grilling season has officially begun. For some of us, maybe it never ends! These days there are so many new ways to improve your outdoor cooking experience. From rotisseries and infrared burners to strong, easy-to-clean stainless steel construction, grilling is going high tech and food has never tasted better.
Now that summertime is upon us, it is time to consider what the perfect summertime experience entails. When we close our eyes and imagine a picturesque summer day, there are a few different images that come to mind. You are probably picturing a family gathering on a bright and sunny day, right?