When it comes to awesome things to bring car/boat camping, it's hard to leave out the Mountain Man Over Fire Grill and Griddle. This griddle pretty much takes care of any cooking needs you might have when camping. Like any good griddle, it's cast iron and tough as hell. Also, like any good griddle, it's heavy as hell- so don't plan on taking it backpacking. The system is incredibly simple- a large cooking surface that's held up by a stake you pound into the ground. The griddle can then be raised and lowered according to heat preferences. It can also easily be rotated completely out of the flame when not in use. From steak to eggs to stir fry vegetables- I've cooked anything that you'd cook at home on this griddle. Plus, it's huge so cooking for big groups isn't a problem. One thing I always bring (or try to) is a solid pair of leather work gloves so you can grab the thing when it's hot. Other than that, just throw in a a spatula and never have to worry about how you're going to cook when camping again. It's simplicity and versatility truly makes it a must have when weight isn't an issue. Gear Review: Mountain Man Over Fire Grill and Griddle | Unofficial Networks

Gear Review: Mountain Man Over Fire Grill and Griddle

Gear Review: Mountain Man Over Fire Grill and Griddle

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Gear Review: Mountain Man Over Fire Grill and Griddle

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When it comes to awesome things to bring car/boat camping, it’s hard to leave out the Mountain Man Over Fire Grill and Griddle. This griddle pretty much takes care of any cooking needs you might have when camping. Like any good griddle, it’s cast iron and tough as hell. Also, like any good griddle, it’s heavy as hell- so don’t plan on taking it backpacking. The system is incredibly simple- a large cooking surface that’s held up by a stake you pound into the ground. The griddle can then be raised and lowered according to heat preferences. It can also easily be rotated completely out of the flame when not in use. From steak to eggs to stir fry vegetables- I’ve cooked anything that you’d cook at home on this griddle. Plus, it’s huge so cooking for big groups isn’t a problem. One thing I always bring (or try to) is a solid pair of leather work gloves so you can grab the thing when it’s hot. Other than that, just throw in a a spatula  and never have to worry about how you’re going to cook when camping again. It’s simplicity and versatility truly makes it a must have when weight isn’t an issue.

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