New Portable Grills for 2014

As I write this, we’re nearing the end of March. This has been an incredibly brutal winter and many parts of the country are still digging out from the latest storm. Didn’t Mother Nature get the memo that we’re tired…

Review: Weber Q 100

Rated: 4.5/5 stars
  • Built for longevity with solid materials
  • The smallest grill in the Weber Q series
  • 189 square inches of grilling space and 8,500 BTU’s over a single burner
  • Great choice for condo balconies and RV’s

Six Great Accessories For Coleman RoadTrip Grills

One of the many wonderful things about being a RoadTrip grill owner is that there are several accessories available to you. Whether you want to add some variety to your cooking, or whether you want to protect your investment, there’s quite possibly an accessory that’s right for you.

Review: Coleman RoadTrip Grill LXE

Rated: 4/5 stars
  • Large, 285 square inch grill surface
  • Loads of accessories available, including interchangeable cooking surfaces
  • Two independently controlled burners each boasting 10,000 BTU’s
  • Very portable – great for anyone except hikers

Review: O-Grill 3000

Rated: 4.5/5 stars
  • Extremely portable and easy to store
  • 9,450 BTU’s over a single burner
  • Setup takes only a few seconds
  • Easy to clean and keep clean
  • Great choice for nearly all uses
  • Will require a table or available accessory stand