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Stok Gridiron Vs Coleman Roadtrip Review: Which One Would We Pick?

Why a portable gas grill?

Sometimes our busy lifestyles make it hectic or impossible for us to just fire up the grill whenever we get a craving for a nice juicy steak or a hotdog.

Preparing the grill and then cooking can be time consuming and it’s probably not how you envisioned spending the rest of your downtime once you come home from work.

Especially if you’ve been on your feet all day.

A portable gas grill makes it possible to get things going without having to wait for the briquettes to be ready.

If you’ve prepared your steaks in advance, you can simply fire up the grill either via a match or a push ignition (if your grill has one) and be ready to go in less than 30 minutes.

Today we’ll be looking at the Stok Gridiron and the Coleman Roadtrip.

Both compact grills feature a push button ignition that makes it easy to start without having to hunt down a lighter or a match.

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Traeger Lil Tex Pro Vs Elite Review: Which One Did We Like The Best?

If you thought you had to pay a visit to your favorite grill and bar every weekend to experience a tasty steak, then a wood pellet grill may be the greatest thing introduced since sliced bread.

While they can be finicky to get them properly “dialed in”, once you figure out your new pellet grill, the world of barbequing will never be the same and there’s nothing quite like a steak that’s been smoked instead of just tossed into gas or charcoal grill.

If you’ve decided to bring that amazing flavor back to your own home, then you may be overwhelmed with all the pellet grill choices to choose from. While we can’t exactly steer you in one direction, we have heard good things about the Traeger pellet grills.

So today we’ll look at the differences between two of the most popular Traeger grills and whether the Pro series is worth the extra wad of cash.

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The Difference Between the Optigrill and Optigrill Plus

If you’re someone who’s short on time and just trying to avoid the fast food temptation, then an indoor grill could be just what you need.

These grills are compact enough and don’t require a fuel source to cook with, so they’re safe for use indoors.

And as a bonus?

You can save time on cooking AND make less work for yourself while saving yourself from extra dishes.

When you first start shopping around, you’ll have a few choices to pick from, but we think the Optgrills from T-Fal should be at the top your list of considerations.

So today we thought we’d look at the T-Fal Optigrill and the Optigrill Plus.

These two looks very similar in appearances, but we’re going to go over what sets each one apart from the other.

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Weber Q2200 Vs Q3200 Review: Which One Did We Like Best?

Trying to decide between the Weber 2200 and the 3200?

Compact grills are great if you don’t need the cooking capacity of larger BBQs or just don’t have a lot of room to work with (i.e. you live on an upper level apartment with a small patio space).

These two gas grills are two of the most popular compact grills offered by Weber and today we’re going to compare the two of them to help you determine which one is best suited for you.

So, whether you need something that can be tossed into the back of your car or SUV, or you just need something that won’t take up much space on your apartment patio, keep reading.

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Camp Chef Everest Vs Coleman Triton

A cook stove is an indispensable part of your camping collection. These stoves are small enough to pack with you wherever you go, but they have enough power to feed a hungry crowd. Whether you enjoy tailgating or camping, a cook stove is a must-have!

There are many cook stove options, but the Coleman Triton and the Camp Chef Everest cook stoves are two of the most popular stoves on the market.

Check out each stove’s features to help you make the right decision purchase decision.

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Jetboil Zip Vs Flash: Camp Stove Review

If you need a quick way to boil water while backpacking or camping, Jetboil makes two excellent models for this purpose. The Jetboil Flash and the smaller Jetboil Zip are awesome cooking systems to use while in the wilderness!

Basically, Jetboilcooking systems are tiny gas stoves with mugs that sit directly on top of them. When not in use, you can pack everything back into the metal mug. These are great for boiling instant meals or just water for coffee.

The Jetboil Flash and the Jetboil Zip are extremely similar models. However, they do have their differences. Which is best for your needs? Read on to see which Jetboil will be best for your next camping excursion.

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Classic Pit Barrel Cooker Vs Big Green Egg

If you’re ready to throw out that old, rusty grill, why not find something that lasts longer and works better? Meat aficionados will love the Classic Pit Barrel Cooker or the Big Green Egg.

These versatile grills not only grill meat, but also smoke it! You can even bake some of your dinners in these gills.

Both of these grills have a lot to love, but one is distinctly better than the other. Which should you invest in? Read on to find out!

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