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If you do a lot of cooking at night in buggy areas, this is definitely something to think about buying. Very bright, and off to the side -- so bugs are attracted to the light, not to the grill where you are cooking.
Nice thing about a propane lantern is the distinctive hiss/woosh sound. You know you're out camping then... [emoticon] For me, it's like music because it reminds me of camping at my parents cabin as a kid because we had no power there.


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I always hated grilling after dark. Artificial lights never make the food look right for judging doneness. So mostly I just avoided grilling after dusk.

Then I discovered instant read probe thermometers. Now I seldom grill without one, and now what the food looks like doesn't mean much. It's done when the thermometer says it's done, and the flashlight in my cell phone is all the light I need.

Won't help much with marauding bears though. Just pick a fight if your beans are at risk. I mean, heck, some things are worth fighting for.


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You might try grilling in the day time, works wonders.


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bpounds wrote:

I always hated grilling after dark. Artificial lights never make the food look right for judging doneness. So mostly I just avoided grilling after dusk.

Then I discovered instant read probe thermometers. Now I seldom grill without one, and now what the food looks like doesn't mean much. It's done when the thermometer says it's done, and the flashlight in my cell phone is all the light I need.

Won't help much with marauding bears though. Just pick a fight if your beans are at risk. I mean, heck, some things are worth fighting for.


beans, probably not. now grab my steak and its going down


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