Grills are used for the same cooking operations as broilers, except the heat source is below the grid that holds the food rather than above it. Many people like grilled foods because of their charcoal taste,which is created by smoke from meat fats that drip into the heat source.
Although smoke from meat fats creates the taste people associate with grilled foods, actual wood-smoke flavors such as hickory or mesquite can be added to foods if those woods are burned in the grill under the food. In order to do this,you must use a grill designed to burn such fuels.
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