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A Grill for Cooking

Smoked chicken, beef kabobs, shrimp on the barbie and barbecued ribs. These summer epicurean delights have one thing in common: They're cooked on a grill! No backyard is complete without one, and whether you choose charcoal or gas, you're certain to find a grill that's right for your budget. If charcoal is your thing, a classic Weber grill is easy on the budget, rings up for as low as $30 and doesn't take up much space. If you're looking for the Cadillac of charcoal grills, you can also find $1,000 ceramic models that can keep coals hot in the firebox for up to 24 hours. If you prefer the convenience and easy clean up of a gas grill, you can find models with refillable tanks for as low as $200, or you can choose heavier duty models with premium features like a rotisserie and stovetop burners for $3,000 and up.

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