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There's something special about lighting up the barbecue; the smell of sizzling sausages, eating in the garden, men taking charge of charring. This year make sure you're ready for barbecue season with a barbecue buying guide, it's full of tips, hints and advice to ensure you choose the perfect barbecue for you and yours.
The quick and easy solution; gas barbecues feature simple push-button ignition and are ready to cook in minutes. Gas barbecues are quick and easy to clean and boast adjustable cooking temperatures allowing you to cook food more evenly.
The traditional choice; charcoal barbecues provide an arguably more authentic taste (though this has long been disputed in the barbecue world) and are less expensive to buy and maintain. Charcoal barbecues are also often portable allowing you to choose your spot in the garden accordingly.
Every barbecue has a cooking area which is measured in square centimetres (cm2). When choosing your barbecue, it is the size of the grill that will determine how many people you can cook for at one time.
Spark ignition failure is a common occurrence after the winter break. If this happens: check the ignition cable is pushed well onto the connection at both ends. Clean the tip of the ignitor and the area around it.
Before placing food on the heated barbecue, wipe the grill bars with a little vegetable oil to stop food from sticking. Use tongs to do this to keep your hands away from the heat. Never spray oil onto a hot grill.
Before the first barbecue of the year remove the lava rock and charcoal and scrape out any debris. The natural lava rock in the barbecue can be reheated - set the grill to a high temperature for 10 minutes to burn off any encrusted food that's stuck. Scrape away the charred remains with a wire brush.