The smoky, crunchy taste of grilled food is absolutely magnificent. I have made some pretty brilliant dinners and desserts on the grill. Spices cannot imitate the smoke flavor and texture the grill provides to your food. Unfortunately, I can’t take my gas grill all the places I would like to cookout. That’s where the Portable LP Gas Barbecue Grill comes in. It’s about the size of a small suitcase which you can close, lock up, and take most anywhere (except the airport). It has a cooking space of about 126 square inches, which is room enough for four burgers. The legs fold up for easy portability, and it comes with a simple push button ignition. With those details in mind, here are 5 places where you can enjoy the grilling experience:
Camping- Before, it was either building your own fire and cooking your meat on a metal rod or a stick or using one of the sketchy campground grills with a dead squirrel inside. But with this new barbecue grill, you can just take it out of your trunk, open it up, and push to start for a lovely grilling experience. No sticks, no wood gathering, and no wildlife carcasses.
Tailgating- Some of my friends have a mini charcoal grill that they take with them, but even though the size is portable, charcoal grills are just messy. You have all the charcoal dust, embers to dispose of, and grease at the bottom of your grill which might leak onto your trunk. With this Portable LP Gas grill, you don’t have to worry about charcoal, lighter fluid, or coaxing a fire into existence. Just push the button and Bam–you’re ready to grill.
Work Outing- Instead of going to Bdubs or ordering Jimmy John subs, you can save money while enjoying the social experience by bringing your grill to work. Set it up outside on a picnic table or stand and have a company grill-out. Brats, chips, and soda from the grocery store are a lot cheaper than restaurant food.
Family Reunioning- If you have a big family like I do, most family reunions take place at a pavilion at a local park. You have the seating and the room for everyone to enjoy themselves. But, rather than starting a fire with the old rusted grills the parks provide (though some of them don’t even offer grills), you can break out your portable grill in your car. Just set it up on a table and start grilling!
Your Grandma’s House- Not to stereotype, but I have yet to meet a grandma with a grill. When my grandma wants barbecue, she goes to Famous Dave’s. Next time you visit your grandmother, bring your portable grill with you and treat her to a night of barbecue!
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