Companion grill is a great choice for backyards, camping trips
Portable grills are the stalwart companion of outdoor chefs operating in the wilderness, and neither can function without the help of the other. When selecting a cooking device, a camper looks for rugged features that can handle even the most challenging dishes, and the aptly-named Holland Companion grill is a great choice for culinary enthusiasts.
The stainless-steel construction of the device ensures that it will never rust in moist or rainy conditions, and the whole frame is customized to prevent dangerous flare-ups that can lead to personal injury or forest fires. The patented drip pan is situated between flames and the surface, which causes grease and debris to sizzle off for easy cleaning. For chefs looking to cater for a large amount of family and friends, the 212 square-inch steel griddle can evenly cook plenty of food.
"We are so pleased with our full-size Holland grill that we decided to buy the companion for our camper," wrote one customer on CampingWorld.com. "Slow cooking? I cooked two boneless rib-eyes on medium heat. 15 minutes one side, flip, cook 15 minutes [on] the other side for two outstanding well-done steaks. I just set my timer for 15 minutes and do whatever I want to."