Alright, it’s no secret that the portability of a gas or a charcoal grill, especially models designed for portability, is something that you can really enjoy. With charcoal especially, there’s basically no limit on where you can take them, because all you need is a bag of charcoal, the grill and some ingenuity, and you’ll be well on your way to a home cooked meal in no time.
In addition, with charcoal and propane specifically, you can enjoy the flavors of grilled food with ease and on the go, and it’s also no secret that a skilled grillmaster can impart flavors to foods with charcoal in ways that it would be difficult to do via different methods.
Except, there are those odd occasions wherein you’ll find yourself unable to take a charcoal or even a gas grill where you want to, even in the outdoors. Some parks, campsites and other open public spaces have restrictions on the types of fuels that you can use with portable grills. Usually this is no more insidious than requiring instant light charcoal or gas instead of using charcoal with lighter fluid, but sometimes you are not permitted to use charcoal or gas at all.
That is one of the reasons why you should bring a portable electric grill outdoors. At the very least, it’s a reason in and of itself why you should keep a small electric grill on hand for those occasions when you don’t have other options.
For one thing, as mentioned, there are some public spaces where neither gas nor charcoal grills are permitted. Whether it is in the name of safety or simply a draconian measure is up for you to decide, but if you have to abide by similar rules than a portable electric grill might be your only option to enjoy grilled flavor.
In addition to these odd regulations, bringing a portable electric grill outdoors is also useful because it will liberate you from the need to carry around fuel. Admittedly, that’s probably not something that most grillers, campers or tailgaters are constantly worried about, but there’s no arguing that more than one cookout has taken on a flat tire when the propane bottles run dry.
Plus, there are some situations in which an electric grill is simply more efficient and more practical than charcoal or even propane. It takes a great deal of skill to effectively use a gas or charcoal grill, but many electric grills have near instantaneous adjustable temperature controls that give you precise control over what you’re cooking. Plus, you don’t need to have gas on hand and you don’t need to build a bed of coals.
With an electric grill, you just plug it in and set it to the temperature that you need. In addition, some electric grills have heating elements and grilling surfaces that are easy to clean and even easy to remove, which is another big bonus. Without actual grates for grease to drip through, some electric grills are downright easier to clean.
If you’re looking for a portable, tabletop grill or an indoor/outdoor electric grill to keep on hand so you can enjoy some of these conveniences, look no further than Embers Living. At BlazingEmbers.com, they offer not only a large range of electric grills, but also gas and charcoal grills along with other fireplaces and stoves. Whether you’re looking for a stainless steel Weber or even a classic charcoal grill like the Big Green Egg, it’ll be easy to come across them at Embers Living. Check out their website today, and if you’re looking for more reasons to invest in a portable electric grill, call up their team at 303-800-5659.