On this camping adventure - it was 2 full weeks together,
we did a lot of camp cooking and we
ate well, very well.
The Mr. is the campfire cook - I just sit back and admire.
We stumbled upon this volcano grill at camping world and after much debate snapped it up.
As you can see its very compact and easy to store. It all packs in that bag - ours is square in a 12x12x6 size. You can also use it 3 ways - propane, charcol and wood. We love having choices while camping and when its this easy to use, store and pull out - we use so much we purchased a second one in case they go off the market someday.
Highly recommend this grill.
You then light the paper that's on the bottom of the stove pipe (stove pipe - is separate from the grill).
Until the charcol burns down to the perfect heat. Unless you're really really hungry you may jump the gun. Once the coals are were you want them to be heat wise.
We also purchased the induction cooktop (as shown on TV-lol).
Onions, garlic and mushrooms.
It smells as wonderful as it looks.
Another best.investment.ever. for camping. We (or I should just say the Mr) plug it in outside (weather permitting).
It heats up fast and steady and is perfect for sauteing veggies, bacon, eggs.
Also if weather not permitting its good to use inside as well.
WE USE IT ALOT TOO.