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June 15, 2013

SlatGrill Scout

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Highly portable flatpack transforms into a grill.

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Peter Hoffman, an avid camper and owner of the restaurants Back Forty and Back Forty West in New York City, had this to say about it in a Wall Street Journal review:

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"This is a great tool for real camping, real fire cookery. A true backpacker's tool."

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More from the Journal piece: "Assembling the SlatGrill's four stainless steel panels and nine slats to create a pop-up grill takes about a minute. It's designed to be set over a wood fire or fuel burner, and multiple grills can be placed end to end to create more grilling surface, or even stacked to make an ersatz oven. On a pair of grills set over our campfire's embers, Mr. Hoffman seared a large rib-eye [above]."

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Weight: three pounds.



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Better yet, here it is on Amazon, no bidding, free shipping:

Posted by: tamra | Jun 15, 2013 2:25:17 PM

Whew, 90 bucks? How about this one for $24?

Posted by: tamra | Jun 15, 2013 2:22:53 PM

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