Fire up the barbecue!

Barbecues come in all price ranges. If you want an affordable one that is also good quality, here’s what you should be paying

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From the September/October 2015 issue of the magazine.

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Screen Shot 2015-08-20 at 1.24.01 PMA beer in one hand and a spatula in the other…does anything say “summer” more? Look for a BBQ that’s about $400 and made in North America, so you can easily replace parts, says Jason Rees, pitmaster at Baju BBQ in Toronto. Spend more, and you’ll have brag-worthy features like a rotisserie and infrared burners, but spend less and the grill will produce uneven heat that’s hard to cook on: “You’ll have three that are raw and three that are medium.” Avoid buying BBQs sold in grocery stores—they’re typically manufactured overseas. “After a year or two you have burners that don’t work,” Rees says, “and a $500 doorstop.”

 

 

 

 

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