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There are just my wife and I camping and I am presently using a small Weber grill, which works really good, but there are some things you can't cook on it such as eggs,home fries ect. Just wondering what other people are using? I don't want anything big,would rather use the small green propane tanks. Thanks Rich

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Well, they do have those 'Grill Mats' which might work for your needs..
I haven't used them, no reason to, but friend has, cooked fish etc... and worked fine..
Hope that helps. I'm sure they have small regular grills that would work too.. Just turn the temp up higher to adjust for the grill if needed.

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Blackstone 17 inch flattop. Breakfast eggs hashbrowns bacon. Wraps toast.
Lunch you name it
Dinner you name it
Check them out on YouTube.

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Weber and others make a small cast-iron plancha or griddle that can go over the grill. It works great for pancakes, bacon, eggs, etc.

https://www.weber.com/US/en/accessories/cooking/griddles-and-planchas/

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bgum wrote:

Blackstone 17 inch flattop. Breakfast eggs hashbrowns bacon. Wraps toast.
Lunch you name it
Dinner you name it
Check them out on YouTube.


Agreed, grills are very much uni-taskers.

Blackstone griddle can cook just about anything. I wouldn't be surprised if someone figured out how to make soup and icecream on them.

For a couple, the 17" will to a good job.

If you are a family of 4 or want to cook multiple things at the same time, look at the 22" model. It has two burners with controls, so you can do screaming hot on one side and low and slow on the other.


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RAllison wrote:

There are just my wife and I camping and I am presently using a small Weber grill, which works really good, but there are some things you can't cook on it such as eggs,home fries ect. Just wondering what other people are using? I don't want anything big,would rather use the small green propane tanks. Thanks Rich

We also have a Weber. We bought a couple of the accessory tops for it to add versatility. Works great. Here’s the link so you can browse the accessories for your needs and your model.
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Our Davey Crocket pellet grill / smoker has been my go-to travel grill for two years now. I love this little grill so much that I bought it's huge big brother, the Jim Bowie for home last summer.

It's an amazing smoker at low temps (150-225) and an incredible grill at higher temps (226-500).

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dedmiston wrote:

Our Davey Crocket pellet grill / smoker has been my go-to travel grill for two years now. I love this little grill so much that I bought it's huge big brother, the Jim Bowie for home last summer.

It's an amazing smoker at low temps (150-225) and an incredible grill at higher temps (226-500).

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How well does it cook eggs?

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Switched from a grill to a griddle and really enjoy it.

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bgum wrote:

dedmiston wrote:

Our Davey Crocket pellet grill / smoker has been my go-to travel grill for two years now. I love this little grill so much that I bought it's huge big brother, the Jim Bowie for home last summer.

It's an amazing smoker at low temps (150-225) and an incredible grill at higher temps (226-500).

Green Mountain Grill's Davey Crocket portable pellet grill


How well does it cook eggs?


It depends on how well you season your cast iron.

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