Infrared BBQ grill
With the expiration of a key patent, major gas-grill manufacturers,including market leader Char-Broil, have scrambled to bring infraredcooking to the masses with models in the $500 to $1,000 range.Previously, such grills cost as much as $5,000.
The grills are still powered by propane and have traditional gasburners that heat mostly by convection or hot air. But they also cancook foods with radiant heat generated by one or more infrared burners.(Infrared falls between visible light and microwave energy on theelectromagnetic spectrum.)
Source: seattletimes.nwsource.comAdded: 30 May 2007