With more and more of us looking at our outdoor space more as an extension of our living area and a place to entertain and less as a garden, barbecuing has shot up in popularity, after all who doesn’t love a tasty meal outside on a warm summer evening in the company of family and friends. BBQ is not just for summer, site the grill by the back door and use it for cooking the Christmas dinner; cooking the turkey on the grill is easier than you think.
You can spend as much or as little as you want on a BBQ; the largest models incorporate several gas burners, a rotisserie, an upper rack for slow cooking or keeping food warm, side burners for making sauces and side tables. Smaller portable BBQs are ideal for taking on a picnic or a day on the beach. There is a choice of fuels to suit everyone, charcoal for the purists, gas for the impatient and who don’t want the mess and even electric if you live in an apartment which bans live flame.