Safety edit>I am not sending the message that it's OK to use a turkey fryer in the house. Why would one want to boil inside anyway. Earlier I may have missed the intent of the OP.
My stove, and oven, and water heater, and furnace are all NG fired. So far so good.
One real issue seems to be less fuel related; it's pressure. I had no desire to buy LP tanks, since I have a gas line. I learned that portable LP tanks are actually high pressure. You run that thru a regulator to your burner (e.g.: turkey fryer) If you have a LP "pig" at home, the bigger tank, it's low pressure. My house NG is low pressure, and the regulator is right on the gas works.
The turkey fryer has an "orifice." I found mine connected to the regulator which I didn't need. The orifice is a pin hole which is designed for high pressure propane from a portable tank. If I run my house gas thru it I dont get much of a flame. So I bored it out a couple times with a drill bit (I blew it out with lungpower to make sure gas was gone). The very first time I used no orifice. The flame was significantly large, but orange, and sooty. The bored out orifice was not big enough to boil 5 gallons of water at first. Now it keeps 6 gallons at a rolling boil (bored it out a little more). It boils 6 gallons of cold water in an hour on a cold day. I'm thinking of getting a $13 burner that looks like a Hurricane:
Miscellaneous Propane Burner Parts > High Pressure Cast Iron Fry Burner
The burner I have looks like this:
Miscellaneous Propane Burner Parts > High Pressure Cast Iron Burner
Hope that helps you