TEC Grills

  1. Gas Grill FAQs

    Gas grills are relatively simple to use, but that doesn't mean they're totally foolproof. To get the longest life and the best performance out of your grill, you'll want to make sure you fully understand your product. With that in mind, here are some of the most common questions we receive about gas grills.
  2. The Most Kick Ass Gas Grills for 2021

    This is the perfect year to update your outdoor grilling setup. Whether you're tired of inferior big box store products or you just want to try something new, we're sure to have a grill to meet your needs. We've put together this list to highlight some of our best gas grills for the year.
  3. How to Cook a 5-Star Steakhouse Quality Meal at Home

    Now more than ever, people are opting to stay in rather than venturing out to restaurants. Many grill enthusiasts have taken this extra time at home to try and step up their grill game, embarking on the ultimate quest: to create a restaurant-quality meal at home. But how do you recreate 5-star steakhouse food and BBQ with your backyard grill?
  4. Tips for How to Cook on a Charcoal Grill

    The first place to begin when thinking about cooking with charcoal is considering how much different it is as a fuel than gas. Charcoal/wood is the O.G. (original grill) fuel type but over the years gas has surpassed charcoal in worldwide popularity - especially in America where two out of three people own a gas grill according to the Hearth, Patio, & BBQ Association. This doesn't mean that gas grills are superior. Both gas and charcoal grills have their pros and cons: gas grills typically offer convenience - they get hot quickly without having to mess with starting a fire, whereas charcoal grills offer distinct & deep flavors gas cannot create. It's estimated about 1 in 5 Americans own both a charcoal and gas grill, so many folks seem to value having both options when it comes to grilling. Either way, let's look at why, as a fuel, charcoal is so much different than gas.
  5. How to Grill a Bone-In Ribeye

    Preparing a restaurant-quality steak doesn't have to be an intimidating process. With a little prep work, anyone can create a delicious steak that's sure to impress.

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