The weather is warming up, and that means people want to spend more time outside. As a business owner, an easy way to capitalize on the excitement about summer’s impending arrival is by firing up the grill and serving up delicious hamburgers, whether it’s to your employees or to customers.
When it comes to outdoor grilling, there’s no question that natural gas should be your fuel of choice, especially if you’re cooking for a crowd. Natural gas offers quick heat, with no waiting for coals to heat up.
Unlike propane, you never have to worry about making a trip to the store to exchange a tank when you use natural gas. There’s also no concerns about storing a tank between grill sessions for businesses that may only have a few cookouts a year.
A natural gas grill can reach 600 degrees in as quickly as six minutes, so you spend less time waiting for the grill to be ready and more time preparing food for your guests or employees. Cooking with an outdoor natural gas grill also costs only about one-sixth the cost of cooking with charcoal, and about one-third the cost of propane.
Adding natural gas to an outdoor space at your business can do more than fueling a grill. Firepits and outdoor heaters are also available to help extend the use of your outdoor space and provide a comfortable break area for employees or customers.
Want to liven up the burgers you’re serving? Try this recipe from Southern Living that adds grilled pineapple slices and jalapenos for a unique twist on the traditional hamburger.