Believe it or not, when camping you can’t just survive on toasted marshmallows and s’mores. You need vitamins and protein to keep you fuelled through canoe trips and hikes, but don’t toss that pointy stick just yet. Grandpa’s FireGrill is compact enough to bury in a backpack, but jam a stick into the end and suddenly you’ve got the perfect tool for cooking burgers or freshly caught trout over a roaring fire.
For a mere $US20 you can ensure that meats and veggies don’t end up falling into the fire and becoming scorched piles of ash because the FireGrill keeps them safe and secure inside a stainless steel cage that can be adjusted for thicker or thinner foods. You can even fill it full of marshmallows on a day when the fish aren’t biting and you need some quick calories. [Light My Fire via Uncrate]
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