What method is best for grilling, traditional lumpwood charcoal or gas?
In contrast, the charcoal grill may not offer the same level of comfort as the gas, but it does have one benefit that stands out above all else: the taste of the smoke. The heat from the charcoal gives the meat an irresistible caramelized exterior and smoky taste. Of course, a charcoal grill requires more time and attention than the gas grill, from lighting the coals to properly managing the heat.
Charcoal grills are also less expensive than gas grills. At the same time, traditional lumpwood charcoal is more convenient than gas bottles, as the ergonomic SIDERIS packaging makes carrying the charcoal a piece of cake.
And let’s face it: grilling with our family and friends is an unsurpassed ritual that culminates in a delicious treat that gas will never be able to offer.