The benefits of a gas grill over a charcoal grill are minimal if you are a seasoned barbeque'er. However, the gas grill can give you a more even cooking surface on which to cook and the smoke of meat drippings is virtually invisible compared to that of a charcoal. There is the advantage of not having to wait until coals are hot with the gas grill like you would with the charcoal.
Wood grills are more expensive, but your food has a better flavor. Charcoal grills are easier to find than the wood grills. However, the charcoal grills take more time to light and to get your meal cooking faster. The wood grill will give you your meal in about 30 minutes. I would recommend the the wood grill.
There are three main options for outdoor cooking: charcoal grills, propane grills and gas grills. The larger and more expensive options can have combinations of these types of grills but for the most part there are three categories. Charcoal is considered the type of fuel that makes for more authentic and delicious fuel. Barbecue charcoal grills are also less expensive than their counterparts. The main draw back of charcoal is that it takes time to heat the coals.
Charcoal grills might be slightly more difficult to use, but they provide many benefits. Charcoal generates more heat than does gas, so a charcoal grills can get hotter. This gives the chef more options. Charcoal also gives meat a better, smokier flavor that many people prefer. Charcoal grills are also cheaper than gas grills, though they require more supplies.
Old fashioned charcoal barbecues are available in walmart stores. Other types of grills like gas grills are also available for better efficiency than the charcoal barbecues. Also, charcoal barbecues create more smoke than the gas grills.
At-home grilling fanatics and professional chefs alike have argued for decades over the use of gas BBQ grills versus the more traditional charcoal grills. Fans of both types offer very compelling arguments but the truth is, gas BBQ grills are more convenient and easier to use than charcoal grills, and the taste of the food can be identical. Charcoal grills are messier and more difficult to start than gas BBQ grills, which are easy and convenient, and they can still produce delicious results.
There are a lot of reasons to use charcoal grills instead of gas grills. First of all, charcoal grills are much easier to clean and use than gas grills. Secondly, they are able to use a much wider array of fuels than gas grills. You can use everything from charcoal to actual wood in a charcoal grill. This means you will not ever be stuck without fuel that you can use in your grill.
charcoal grill are much more inexpensive than gas grills. They give food a stronger smoky flavor. But gas grills are very easy to start compared to charcoal grills.
Charcoal grills produce hydrocarbons as well as soot particles. Also grilling meat can produce toxic compounds. Propane burns cleaner and safer than charcoal.
If you want to cook your food faster then I would recommend the use of gas fueled barbeque grills than a charcoal. Although using a charcoal barbeque grills can give you a delicious taste.
Infared grills are superior in many ways as compared to a gas grill. Infared uses radiation for cooking and doesn't project a smell onto the food. It is also easier to control than a gas or charcoal grill.
I believe that the most economical BBQ grill would have to be propane. The use of propane makes sense because they heat up the quickest and can be shut off immediately after use. Propane as a gas is somewhat inexpensive, still comparable to what you would use with a charcoal unit. The only real downside to propane is that you don't get the same taste as you would with a charcoal grill. Propane, to the best of my knowledge, outsells charcoal by far as it is easier to use, doesn't require multiple steps to start and can be used by virtually anyone. Propane grills are usually larger too, and can accomodate more food at one time, and can have different temperatures from one side to the other much easier than you would with charcoal. The cheapest types of grills are hibachi's and kettle type grills which can be bought for around 20$. Gas grills are the most convenient and cheapest to fuel though. Many people prefer the taste of charcoal.
Ceramic barbeque grills are more expensive than typical gas BBQ grills. This is because ceramic grills can retain much more heat than a BBQ grill and have no parts that can wear out or need maintenance. The ceramic grills can be used for your lifetime without any need for replacements. Ceramic grills also don't cause any gas flares and can be used to cook pizzas too.