The difference between grilling, refers to a fast process over high heat, while barbecuing refers to a slow process using indirect heat and/or hot smoke (very similar to some forms of roasting). For example, in a typical home grill, food is cooked on a grate directly over hot charcoal, while in a barbecue, the coals are dispersed to the sides or at significant distance from the grate.
We have products that are great for grilling and barbecuing. We also have every accessories you could possibly want to perfect your cookout process.
Carcoal offers unmatched cooking flexibility, you have the option to grill a steak at 700 degrees, smoke a brisket for 17 hours and bake just about anything.
Natural Gas & Propane
Gas-fired grilling has the clear benefit of being extremely convenient. Simply turn a knob, and say hello to your highly adjustable heat source. Gas grills are fueled by liquid propane stored in refillable tanks.
Wood Pellet Grill
Cooking with your Louisiana Wood Pellet Grill is about to bring you full circle from the days of the caveman when cooking outdoors with wood was a necessity