A propane or gas grill is nothing more than a grill that uses propane gas for fuel instead of a traditional charcoal grill. They come in two shades, permanent grills that plug into your home's gas circuit, and stationary or portable grills that run on wheels and use a refillable propane tank for fuel. The benefits of a propane grill, especially when compared to charcoal, are numerous.
Anyone who puts off a barbecue appointment because they don't make a charcoal grill will instantly fall in love with the propane grill because it's easier to use. Just turn it on, like the grill in your kitchen, and start cooking! It's also much easier to control the temperature, which avoids the risk of burnt burgers or undercooked meats, which can cause stomach problems. No source liquid also means your dinner will never taste like butane.
Propane grates are not only easier to use, they are also easier to clean because there is no more carbon residue. You have to throw away the leftovers, but that's about it. No more fighting with stinky charcoal or starter fluid. And because propane is so much cleaner than charcoal, it doesn't smoke as much, so the neighbors called the fire department again.
While a propane tank is more expensive than some briquettes and starter fluids, it also lasts longer, so you can use your portable grill more often and save money if you bake more than a few times during the summer. . And if you can bake your own food on the go, e.g. When camping or picnicking, you save a lot of money that you would spend on buying hot food at the grocer.