If you do a lot of cooking and grilling outdoors, you may want to consider installing an outdoor kitchen on your deck, porch, or patio. The first step is to visit to a showroom to purchase a quality charcoal or gas grill. Watch this video to find out more.
You can make your own solar oven or purchase one that is ready to use. While solar cookers take longer to cook and won’t work for every meal; under the right conditions, they can save both energy and labor.
Purists will tell you that you aren’t grilling unless you use charcoal, but the fact is that most of the charcoal you buy is actually a combination of sawdust, corn starch, and lighter fluid that releases 11 pounds of carbon dioxide into the air an hour. Compare that to a gas grill which produces half as much.
While the most common grills these days are gas, cooking with hardwoods or charcoal can produce better tasting results. Watch this video to find out more about the pros and cons of different type grills.