Allow me to quote my husband: “It’s always barbecue season.”
Neither snow nor sleet has ever kept him from firing up a grill. Other barbecue enthusiasts may prefer to wait for spring. Either way, now is the time to prepare for the glorious grilling season to come.
We’ve rounded up 10 of our favorite portable natural gas grills, for meals on wheels:
Above: From the same people who brought us the iconic kettle charcoal grill, Weber’s stainless steel Summit S-670 Natural Gas Grill has six burners and is $2,529 from Home Depot.
Above: Made in Italy and available in three sizes, the Onfalós is the flagship grill of manufacturer Smartech. “A professional kitchen enclosed in a design object,” the grill is designed for use outdoors and in. For information and prices, see Smartech.
Above: From DCS, a stainless steel natural gas Open Burner Grill with a rotisserie (model BH1-36RGI-L) is $3,746 at Joe’s AV.
Above: A stainless steel Fuego Element natural gas grill is “the brainchild of visionary industrial designer, Robert Brunner, former chief of design at Apple” and is $399 from Fuego Living.
Above: If space is tight, a 24-inch Freestanding Gas Grill from the Fire Magic Aurora collection “has the largest cooking space compared with other same size grills.” It is $3,690.70 from AJ Madison (other sizes and configurations also are available).
Above: A four-burner Outdoor Griddle from Blackstone has four independently controlled burners and is $299.99.
Above: A stainless steel Napoleon Prestige Natural Gas Grill has a roll-top lid and an infrared high-heat side burner to sear meat. It is $1,449 from BBQ Guys.
Above: From Grand Hall, a four-burner Santa Fe gas grill has an electronic ignition button and an internal gas tank holder; £549.
Above: A 36-inch stainless steel freestanding American Outdoor Grill has three primary burners and is $2,639.70 from AJ Madison.
Above: A stainless steel Evo Professional Gas Grill on a wheeled cart has two temperature zones and is $3,695 from Woodland Direct.
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