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Plugged In: 10 Things to Know About Electric Grills

What began with an infomercial from former heavyweight champ George Foreman has evolved into full-size deluxe patio grills that can feed a whole family, all with nary a flame nor a fire extinguisher on premise.

"Electric" might not be the first word that pops into your mind when you hear "grill," but that could change after you learn a bit more. Read on – we think you'll get fired up about these hot little numbers.

Electric Grills are Hot Right Now ... Here's the Why and How

1. Unlike propane or charcoal, electric grills don't spring leaks or emit pollution, and they eliminate the need to go fill propane tanks or lug big bags of charcoal around.

2. They also heat up and cool down faster than charcoal types, and many have adjustable temperature controls. No more burgers becoming little molten lava rocks.

3. Indoor grills are popular choices ... because standing on the snowy balcony with your parka on, flipping your steaks, quickly loses its novelty.

4. Many condos and apartment buildings don't even allow charcoal or gas grills, so electric makes sense. According to popular discussion board BBQ Brethren (fear the pig!), several contributors recommended Weber or Meco brands for condo dwellers.

5. Even the large outdoor stand-up type electric grill still only requires a 120-volt outlet, and many of these provide cooking surfaces of over 330 inches and heat up to 650 degrees.

6. Safety is still an important consideration: be sure to place your grill several feet away from walls, especially wood siding or outdoor furniture. There may not be flames, but these grills can cause damage from their high heat.

7. Modern technology such as Char-Broil's infra-red heating ensures your food will sear just like with a super hot charcoal or propane grill surface. Temperatures can rise to 600 degrees in some models, with proper pre-heating.

8. Have you seen the latest models in electric grills? You'll find refreshingly stylish colors – like moss green and white – to complement your outdoor space. Because you know as well as we do that looks matter.

9. Controlling the heat is as simple as a turn of a knob rather than moving your food to a less blazing part of the grill surface, and this means evenly cooked food.

10. Consider accoutrements so you're not scrambling with sub-par kitchen tools. We definitely recommend the following:

- Grill mat – it'll catch drips (don't damage your deck!) and provide a comfortable standing area.

- Wire brush – a quick scrub after each use will prevent gunk buildup and keep flavors pure.

- Tool set – from a basic few to a big fat set, keep some outdoor cooking accessories on hand. You might include tongs, a meat thermometer, large fork, and silicone oven mitt.

Healthful, eco-friendly, and convenient, electric grills are hot on the trail of traditional types, and they're definitely worth exploring.