Grilling is a great way to cook healthy meals and enjoy the outdoors.
Grilling can also help lower your calorie intake and may even help with weight loss.
While grilling does not remove all the fat from meats, it causes the excess fat to melt and drip off the racks.
Firstly, the type of work. Smokers use indirect heat and work through the combination of a water basin and a wood chip basin placed in the bottom of the smoker chamber. Grills may be powered by electric, charcoal or gas, but gas and charcoal grills are generally preferred to electric grill models as they produce a better flavor.
Secondly, cooking temperature. One of the biggest differences between grills and smokers is that they use very different temperatures to cook food.
Third, Time of cooking with BBQ Grill and Smoker.
For many, grills are easier to use and produce results more quickly. With smoking, the process is much slower (can often take hours), but requires less tending, since the meats do not have to be turned or adjusted as frequently as with a grill.