Choosing a Grill

Outdoor grilling is one of the best ways to spend time with friends, families and coworkers. Here is a review of two of the best grills for your outdoor kitchen: Delta Heat & Twin Eagles

What features do you want in your outdoor kitchen grill?

Your home environment space, budget and number of guests will determine the best grill for you. Modern grills have many great features. Here are the primary criteria we will be discussing for this grill review:

  • Burners
  • Cover Seal
  • Fuel
  • Grease Drainage
  • Heating Time
  • Maximum Heat
  • Rust
  • Searing
  • Sizes
  • Smoking
  • Wheels

Make the best choice for your outdoor grill.

 

Feel the Delta Heat Grills

Delta Heat and Twin Eagles are owned by the same company. Delta Heat is considered to be the entry level line. The Delta Heat runs three different sizes: 26-, 32- and 38-inches. The 26-inch model does not include any cabinets underneath. These Delta Heat models seem to offer more customized assembly options than Napoleon.

The Delta Heat dials resemble typical controls you would find on a standard oven. The 32- and 38-inch stainless steel grills have 3 x 18-gauge burners. The integrated rotisserie grill is standard for those who prefer this method of cooking.

These fixtures are more elegant with mirror-polished finishes that would make a professional chef proud. A Sear Zone kit is available for all three models. The grill base has four (4) caster wheels with two (2) of them locking. The top Delta Heat model has 625 square inches of grilling surface area. Delta Heat grills are a good affordable option for fans of the Twin Eagles Delta Heat brand.

Not Just A Single, But Twin Eagles

The Twin Eagles is a first-class grill with either charcoal or gas fueled options. These grills use stainless steel burners, direct heat and a ceramic radiant grilling system. There are either stand-alone or built-in models ranging from 30- to 42-inches. These Twin Eagles have a more stately, professional chef look to them and are a bit wider than the Napoleon grills.

The Twin Eagles 42-inch propane grill has 3 x burners delivering a total of 75,000 BTUs and surface area of 800 square inches. There are shelves on right and left. The top model has four control knobs, one cabinet door and two deep drawers for storage. The LED control lights are top-of-the-line illuminating the whole cooking area.

Owners praise the solid heavy lid, smoking box and easy-to-clean surface. The smoking box is along side the grill allowing chefs to use wood chips and water to add flavor. The searing unit is optional.

The Twin Eagles grilling system has five reasons for its premium status: drafting, direct heat, radiant heat, zone grilling and hexagonal grates. These Twin Eagles have specially-designed grates that hold more heat for a more complete cooking process.