Outdoor Kitchens and Grills

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Cook an entire feast with the Florida breeze in your hair!

One of the undeniable joys of living in the Sunshine State is being able to get friends and family over for a cookout nearly any month of the year. With propane outdoor cooking products, you can put together a meal of any size right in your backyard.

From freestanding grills to fully stocked outdoor kitchens, propane cooking provides quick, precise heat for any kind of cuisine.

Choosing an outdoor grill to match your cooking needs

Perhaps the most popular kind of outdoor cooking product in Florida is the gas grill. According to the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association, 61% of American grill owners use propane.

This fuel is safe, easily transportable and clean-burning. You can light a propane burner with the push of a button and calibrate your flames for quick searing, slow-cooking with indirect heat or anything in between.

You can opt for a freestanding grill that you can move where you like and fuel with a 20-pound propane cylinder. For a more robust setup, consider a built-in grill connected directly to your home’s propane tank.

In terms of sizing, here are some general guidelines:

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In terms of heat generation, a good rule of thumb is that you want 75 or 100 Btu’s per square inch of cooking area.

Today’s propane grills come with incredible accessories for achieving even the most complex recipe, including the following:

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Outdoor kitchens increase your quality of life and home value

You can bring all the amenities of a professional kitchen into the fresh air with a fully stocked outdoor kitchen. These setups will enhance any backyard, cabana or pool area. They can also make your home much more appealing to potential buyers.

Outdoor kitchens include much more than an expanded grilling station. You’ll have propane-fired side burners for sauces and appetizers, outdoor ovens and warming drawers, sinks for cleanup, refrigerators for your produce, and wine coolers for your drinks. And today’s super-luxe outdoor kitchens have stunning stone countertops, wood or stone finishes, stainless-steel appliances and built-in lighting.

With a top-of-the-line outdoor kitchen, your home will be the envy — and the go-to destination — of everyone you know!

Propane grill cleaning tips

One significant advantage of propane grills is their relatively low maintenance. After each cooking session, you can simply brush off any burnt food or grease from the grate and any racks you use.

Every six months, though, it’s a good idea to give your propane grill a more thorough cleaning to prevent the accumulation of grease and food debris, which can lead to increased smoke and even fire hazards. In this cleaning session, you should:

Are you ready to enjoy year-round outdoor fun with a propane grill or outdoor kitchen? Use our propane dealer locator tool to find a company that can help you find the perfect product and supply fuel for it.

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