So you’re looking down at the belly and wondering how you will defeat the fat before and during the upcoming summer season. As you chomp on chips and fantasize over a 4th of July burger with all the fixings, you think of going Keto – that new diet that got some of your friends so, so slim! To whet your appetite, you Google these Keto recipes that will make happy your gut and figure. With the focus on so much protein, you’re thinking “new grill,” but alas, which to buy?

CYA to the rescue!

The following options have easy starting features and keep temperatures consistent.The majority of gas grills weigh more than 100 pounds, are semi-portable and have ignition knobs and temperature controls in the front.They usually have fold-out trays for food prep. One of the most important things to note is that the grill should be made of stainless steel. This will help guarantee longevity – which is why we’ve only included stainless steel models here.

Do you get excited from grill marks on your food? If so, think seriously about the Weber-Stephen Genesis II S-335 LP Grill as it has a sear station burner to create those stunning verticals and horizontals on your meat or fish. Yum. It is a very roomy 3 burner grill that has a fold-away warming rack for keeping buns (for the non-ketoers!) warm.The warming rack is also fabulous for keeping your veggies hot as you do the last flips on your ribeyes and chicken burgers. If you aren’t sold yet, consider that this option has solid stainless steel rod grates that cover the entire space for consistent, even cooking. This unit is priced at about $1,000.

The Lion L75000 32-Inch Stainless Steel Propane Gas Grill is another winner to consider. This model is a large, powerful, commercial grade grill, for all you who want “roaring” and sizzling steaks that simultaneously melt and crunch in your mouth. The Lion, at $2,000, is a durable unit with 4 easy igniting burners plus an infrared rotisserie back burner. This grill comes with a smoker box, a griddle, a large temperature gauge, a great storage area below, interior lights for night time grilling, and, get ready….a built in paper towel holder!

Weber is a reputable company known to design some of the best gas grills across a range of price points, which is why we introduce as our third option another good-looking Weber choice at approximately $2,800. The Weber Summit 7470001 S-670 Natural-Gas Grill. It has 6- burners, a side burner, a searing station, a smoke burner and a rear-mounted infrared rotisserie burner, and two workspaces to hold the befores and afters. A natural gas grill taps directly into your gas fuel supply – which is supplied by your city or state. It is usually the same supply used to fuel your furnace, gas-heated dryers, and stoves. The benefit of this system is that you will not run out of fuel at your backyard bash. (While fish may be served raw, chicken and meat should be cooked!) The negative is that it isn’t easy to move the grilling station around from the pool to the porch area, as it is hooked up to a main gas line.

No matter what system or brand you choose, make sure to protect your belongings with a home appliance warranty. This way, even when 5 years from now, when you are a Keto and BBQ King or Queen and your love handles exist only in outdated photos, you’ll protect your grill from getting ill and have coverage on a variety of possible mishaps. If you do go with a Weber, make sure to get a Weber Grill Guarantee. Pass the meat!