The Earth is coming back to life, and it’s a clear sign that spring has officially sprung. With the grass growing green and the bird chirpings, faint echoes brim on the horizon saying, “BBQ season is here.” The time-honored and classic American tradition of gathering friends and family around a piping hot grill to roast delicious meats has finally arrived. Before you send out the invites and run to the butcher, here are five reasons to use propane at your next BBQ.
Propane is energy efficient and environmentally sustainable. This eco-friendly gas burns at a higher temperature than other alternatives, meaning that it uses less fuel to cook your food. Seeing as you have many BBQs ahead of you, choosing a gas that burns only what it needs to will keep you from constant refills.
Have you ever noticed how time seems to fly by when you are having fun? That is certainly the case when you host a BBQ with all your favorite people. Not everything will go as scheduled, and as the hours roll by, your guests may start to feel hungry again. If you want to cook up something for them on the grill, you don’t have to wait for it to heat up—you can turn a button and start grilling.
This fuel’s easy access is one of the best reasons to use propane at your next BBQ. You can easily hook your gas grill up to your home supply if you already have a propane tank. Almost out of fuel? Don’t find yourself with a cold grill. At First Fuel and Propane, we offer propane home delivery!
Sometimes the smokey taste that charcoal flavors your meat with can be overwhelming. This can be incredibly frustrating if you take great care to season your food with a blend of secret sauces and spices. If you want to taste your meat without the strong smokey flavor overpowering it, go for propane.
The other struggle with grilling alternatives, like charcoal, is how difficult it can be to maintain a steady heat. This can lead to undercooked, overcooked, or unevenly cooked meat. You don’t want to have the reputation as the friend and family member that can’t grill! Propane is a great option as it provides you with better control over your grill, allowing you to heat and cook your food exactly as you intend to.