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Background and Identification
A barbecue grill, known as a barbie in Australia and commonly shortened to BBQ in the US, is a cooking appliance that is typically used in outdoor settings. Barbecue grills utilize one of three fuel sources (gas, charcoal, or electricity) to heat food.
BBQ grills typically consist of a metal shell with an opening or removable lid affixed on legs. Inside is a metal grate on which the food rests during cooking, situated over the heating element. Gas grills will have gas lines running to metal outlets underneath the cooking grate while charcoal grills will have a removable grate to situate and light a pile of charcoal beneath. Some gas grills will contain a spark generator to ignite the flame, while others will require manual ignition from a lighter or flame. Electric grills negate the need for gas or charcoal fuel by applying a current to an electric heating element, which uses the resistance in the element to generate heat.
A less commonly used variant of the gas grill uses infrared radiation to cook food by applying heat to a ceramic tile, typically through the ignition of a gas fuel.
- Wikipedia - Barbecue Grill
- Purchase an Outdoor Grill at Home Depot
- Gas vs. Charcoal Grills - BBQ Guys
- Gas vs. Charcoal Grills - TasteofHome
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