From hybrid gas and charcoal BBQs, to pellet grills, Asado cookers, and a Teppanyaki-style grill — the menu-expanding possibilities Coyote serves up are head-turning!
We’ve put together the following survey for inspiration and as a practical guide. Which Coyote model will tick all your boxes?
If you haven’t spotted your perfect grill by the end of this tour, you’ll at least have made a good start!
The convenience of gas grills has made them a familiar classic sight for generations. They’re great for quick meals. Just one click of a button and they’re ready to go in minutes, and —a big plus for busy families! —they’re easy to clean. Coyote gas grills are made of 304 stainless steel so they’ll never rust or corrode. All their gas grills have interior LED lights for after-dark BBQing.
Coyote’s C-Series is their standard line of gas BBQs.
If rotisserie-style chicken, smoked salmon, or beautifully seared steaks and hamburgers are your thing, check out Coyote’s S-Series gas grills!
All Coyote’s gas grills come in both propane and natural gas models. If you’re hesitating between propane and natural gas, don’t worry. If at some point you need to change fuels, a licensed gas fitter can make the switch with a gas conversion kit.
Gas may be convenient, but for some, nothing can ever beat the smoky flavours and aroma of a charcoal BBQ. (Your other contenders will be pellet grills and Asado cookers — see below!)
Coyote’s 50″ hybrid model is the best of both worlds — the old school smoky flavour of charcoal and all the practicality of a gas grill.
If your current BBQ gets over-crowded when you’re cooking for your gang, the additional cooking space this model offers is just the thing for you.
For anyone who loves slow-cooked hickory smoked ribs or maple smoked salmon, this grill/smoker combo is a worthy investment.
Asado cookers can reach much higher temperatures than regular BBQs. Cooking with one is really a whole different experience!
These are Formula One BBQs. Their versatility makes them the perfect pick for a deluxe outdoor kitchen. In fact, they can do everything your indoor kitchen can and more — sear, slow cook, and bake at much higher heats than a regular oven. (Wait. Hear that? That’s a piping hot pizza calling your name!)
They also heat up quickly thanks to an on-board computerized system that controls the pellet feed.
Access to an electrical outlet is required to run them and they should be cleaned after every use. But with all they do, that little extra TLC seems like a fair trade.
Coyote pellet grills are available in 28″ and 36″ sizes and can be ordered as a built-in or a fully assembled grill on a mobile cart.
First introduced just last year, this new line is inspired by Japanese Teppanyaki grills. The smooth iron cooking surface seals in all the mouth-watering juiciness of seafood, meat and vegetables. But what’s fun is you can also cook up noodles, pancakes, eggs and bacon on it! You can see why flat top grills are a big trend.
Coyote Flat Tops have a built-in internal sensor that indicates when the grill is ready to get cooking, and control knobs with LED rings change colour, from blue to orange to red, as the temperature rises.
Cleaning up a flat top is straightforward. Just spray the cooking surface with a vinegar-water or lemon juice-water solution while the grill is still hot, remove any burnt bits or grease with a scraper, then wipe it down. (Source: https://coyoteoutdoor.com/how-to-clean-a-flat-top-grill/)
If you decide to notch up your grilling game, will your cookouts be all about leisurely, coal-fired BBQs? Smoked Bourbon Brisket? Easy-going family meals made in a jiffy on a gas grill? Or weekend brunches with pancakes, eggs and bacon sizzling on a flat top grill?
If your heart’s torn, remember — there is no rule that says you can only have one!