Custom Designed Grills
You don't need a large sophisticated barbeque to produce some of the most mouth-watering grills, however once you have got the liking for the same you may want to invest on something larger and fancy ones. Custom designed barbeques are however available in all shapes and sizes, from small to large wagon, gas-powered models, portable to many more types. While buying one of these kinds, ensure it has a wind shield as you may want a controlled flame to grill also if it has a cover you could use it as an oven with higher temperature contained to roast bigger joints, uncover to use as a traditional grill. Buy the whole set with long handled tongs, fork, flat to square skewers (meats don't slip on turning), racks, safety oven gloves and water spray to cool of the charcoal after use if using a charcoal fuel. If using wooden skewers soak them for 1/2 hrs before use to avoid burning. Light the fuel if using charcoal about 1/2 hrs before use. The barbeque is ready to use when all the flames have died down and the coals are covered with white ash. Spread them evenly and place the oiled rack about 3-4 inches above the coals. Raise it higher if you wish to slow the cooking, if this is not possible then spread out the coal or move the food where the heat is a less intense. Pierce the thickest part of the meat with a fork or a skewer to check if it is cooked, clear running juices means it is cooked. Test again if in doubt before serving & baste it if required (helps it from drying on the direct heat).