The Art of Barbeque
A barbeque grill is a device for cooking food by applying heat directly from below. These grills can be either charcoal based or gas-fueled. Charcoal grills add an earthy flavour to the food, which is preferred by most chefs. These grills use either charcoal briquettes or all-natural lump charcoal as their fuel source. The charcoal, when burned, will transform into embers radiating the heat necessary to cook food.
Users of charcoal briquettes emphasise the uniformity in size, burn rate, heat creation, and quality exemplified by briquettes. On the other hand, all-natural lump charcoal adds a subtle smoky aroma and produces high heat.