Household grills are generally electric grills with a bright, smoke-free, direct grill. First of all, it should be a Ming-style grill.
Otherwise, there will be no fun to see the barbecue. It is not a barbecue stove, but a barbecue box. Secondly, it should be a smoke-free grill because the home cannot tolerate exhaust gas and fumes. Emissions, of course, should also be direct grills, otherwise it is teppanyaki and deep-fried frying pans, and to meet the above requirements, only electric grills can be used. Because the household barbecue does not need to make a fire, it is convenient to turn on the electricity. In addition to being used to host a barbecue banquet, it is often convenient to use in daily life.
Home barbecues are not only used to host barbecue banquets, but are also available everywhere in everyday life.