Sunday July 12, 2020

BBQ Special: The thrill of the grill

Finding it hard to choose from the bewildering array of barbecues on sale in the shops? Alex Meehan has a few tips to help you pick the one that’s right for you

9th July, 2017
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Toly Hahhajev, barbecue specialist at The Orchard in Celbridge, Co Kildare PIc: Conor McCabe Photography

Whether it’s a make-shift grill on the beach or a state of the art gas model in the back garden, few things spell out the arrival of summer more than the smell of barbecued steaks, fish and sausages.

But a trip to a hardware or garden centre will show that there is a wide range of makes and models on offer. What is the difference between them, and which type should you go...

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