2-Burner Modular Cooking System
Cooking while camping can sometimes be a difficult task. Cooking on the open flame of a campfire has several issues, the biggest of which is temperature regulation. Most BBQ grills are too large to take camping. Although, there are a few good ones out there. Lately my favorite method of cooking while camping has been the Camp Chef Explorer Series EX-60LW 2-Burner Modular Cooking System . It is fueled by propane, which makes achieving the desired temperatures easy.
I would like to cover some of the appealing features of the Cooking System. First the legs that support the stove can be individually adjusted, making it easy to get a level cooking surface. This is not a common feature with grills intended for back yard or patio use. The three sided wind screen helps block the wind and keep the burners lit. The burners are 30,000 btu burners which means you can cook just about anything you like. It is very easy to travel with, making it not only good for camping, but also for tailgating, canning, or just general use like any other grill. But my favorite feature of all is that it is modular, meaning there are a ton of accessories available for it. Grab it from Amazon now!
Makes traveling with the cooker a cinch. Fold the legs and throw it in the bag and Boom, ready to go.
Turn the stove into a large surface griddle. Perfect for cooking breakfast items like eggs, bacon, and pancakes. I make philly cheese steaks on mine, with yummy melted cheese and toasted bread.
A small griddle that frees up a burner for other uses. This is a smaller griddle than the SG60. It leaves an burner open so that you can boil, simmer, stir fry, or what ever it is you want to do with an open burner while you use the griddle. Maybe cook grits with your breakfast.
Turn the stove into a grill.