A gas grill with a side burner is a type of outdoor cooking appliance that uses propane or natural gas as a fuel source to cook food. The side burner is typically located on one side of the main cooking area and can be used to cook side dishes or warm up sauces while grilling meat on the other side.
Gas grills with side burners come in various sizes and styles, from compact models for small patios to large, multi-burner grills with ample cooking space. Some models also come with additional features such as built-in thermometers, rotisserie attachments, and adjustable racks.
When using a gas grill with a side burner, it’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and safety guidelines. Always ensure that the grill is set up on a stable, flat surface away from any flammable materials. Never leave the grill unattended while in use, and always make sure to turn off the gas supply and let the grill cool down before cleaning or storing it.