Barbecue | BBQ Grills
Barbecue grills, or BBQ grills, are cooking devices designed to heat food items from below. Comprised of a surface for holding food and a fuel source that supplies the heat necessary for cooking, barbecue grills are common household fixtures available most often for outdoor use. First created as wooden structures that allowed for the slow cooking of meat, barbecue grills today are typically differentiated in three categories based on their heat source ranging from gas-fueled to charcoal and electric grills. Though most barbecue grills are produced for use at home for backyard grilling, barbecue grills are also available in portable sizes that make it possible to transport them for camping trips.