I've got a charbroil commercial grill on my back porch hooked to natural gas. It very convenient. My only bitch is it will not get over about 450 deg. Which is fine for burgers, dogs chicken and whatnot. Not so much for steaks and stuff you want to cook at high heat. Not sure if it's a grill or gas flow issue.
jerkyboyz LSU Fan underground Member since Aug 2011 365 posts
re: Natural Gas grill - Yes or No??Posted by jerkyboyz on 10/7/12 at 11:10 am to LSUAfro
The problem with natural gas is not that it doesnt get hot, it comes in the home about 1-1.5 psi, which is not enough pressure for quick boiling, you can boil but it will take 4x longer than propane. also on a fishing trip I stopped at the pierre part hardware store and they have plenty of natural gas burners and such
Bought DCS NG grill with ceramic rods for heat retention/distribution. Hot hot hot. Best NY strips I've ever cooked. Seared and charred on outside and medium rare on inside. Won't ever go back to propane. Also bought NG burner (bayou boiler.com). Claims to boil crawfish pot in 15 minutes. We'll see how it does.