Memorial Day weekend is here, which means summer is starting, and it's about time to get started grilling. But if you don't have a grill yet, Scott Rhodes, store manager of the Sears Outlet Store in Holyoke can help make sure you find the right grill.
Charcoal vs. gas? Depends on your situation. Charcoal are harder to tuse, but are better priced. Gas grills are easy to use, but gas can get costly. Charcoal grills don't come with as many side options as gas grills -- so gas grills can do a lot more and come in many different sizes.
Side options: flame side burner, sear burner, rotisserie options.
Things to consider:
How often are you going to use it?
How many people are you cooking for?
10X10 inch section for each person you are cooking for
How much space do you have?
What food you plan to cook?