All-inclusive grills can cook any type of food in the wilderness
If you have ever attempted to use a regular grill to cook breakfast food, you know that the spaces between the metal ridges make it impossible to serve traditional staples like scrambled eggs and pancakes. Pots and pans are awkward to handle in a campfire or on top of a grill, and can be frustrating for any experienced outdoorsman. However, Coleman came up with an all-in-one grill that makes cooking any type of fare a walk in the park.
The small, propane-fueled contraption has a stove grate, grill grate, skillet/griddle and stock pot/slow cooker for literally any recipe a camper can imagine. Disposable propane cylinders provide even heat and the adjustable knobs can limit gas flow for lower temperatures. The included carrying case makes this device extremely portable, and it can be easily set up in minutes.
"I've used this to cook breakfast, burgers and dogs as well as corn on the cob," wrote a reviewer on CampingWorld.com. "I found it to be a good all in one grill. I used the slow cooker too with great success. I like the small compact size with the carrying case with all the different grill tops for various cooking projects."