Best Camping Bbq in 2023
Char-Broil Grill2Go X200 Portable TRU-Infrared Liquid Propane Gas Grill
Weber 50060001 Q1000 Liquid Propane Grill,Chrome
- One stainless steel burner produces 8500 BTU-per-hour to heat 189 square-inch total cooking area
- Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates and cast aluminum lid and body
- Fully assembled out of box. Dimensions - lid closed (inches): 14.5H x 27W x 16.5D inches
- Push-button ignition and infinite control burner valve settings. Fuel type - Liquid Petroleum Gas (disposable cartridge sold separately)
- Uses disposable 14.1 or 16.4 oz. LP cylinder (sold separately). Grill must be preheated with burner on high for 10 to 15 minutes
Cuisinart CGG-180T Petit Gourmet Portable Tabletop Gas Grill, Red
- Portable gas grill with 145-square-inch grilling area and foldaway legs
- Cooks 8 burgers, 8 steaks, 6 to 10 chicken breasts, or 4 pounds of fish
- Powerful 5,500 BTU stainless-steel burner and even-heating porcelain-enameled grate
- Aluminum legs and stabilizing feet set up in seconds; integrated lid lock keeps lid secure
- Pronounced briefcase-style carrying handle; weighs 13.5 pounds
Coleman RoadTrip 285 Portable Stand-Up Propane Grill, Red
- Up to 20,000 BTUs of grilling power and 285 sq. in. of cooking area
- Now with 3 independently adjustable burners for enhanced temperature control
- Water pan catches cooking grease and is removable for easy cleaning
- 2 durable side tables for resting utensils and sauces; integrated thermometer for accurate temperature monitoring
- InstaStart ignition for push-button, matchless lighting
Cuisinart CGG-059 Grillster 8,000 BTU Portable Gas Grill
- 146-SQUARE-INCH ENAMELED STEEL COOKING GRATE: 146-square-inches of enameled steel grates give you a spacious cooking surface and is also dishwasher safe, making cleaning the grates a breeze use after use.
- 8, 000 BTU burner works with 1 lb. Propane tank: features an 8, 000 BTU burner, a push to Ignite start button, and is compatible with a 1 lb. Propane tank giving you ultimate portability.
- Compact enough to take anywhere: The grill measures 19 x 11. 5 x 10 inches and weighs only 10 lbs. , making it easy for transport and ideal for decks, patios and balconies, camping, Tailgating and more.
- Grill hood lifts out of the way: the hood lifts up to give total access to the grate. It's attached to the base, and can easily latch and lock Back in place to securely carry or store.
- Fast and easy setup: The grill requires no assembly and can be set up and ready for grilling in under 10 minutes without the need for tools or matches.
Blackstone Table Top Grill - 17 Inch Portable Gas Griddle - Propane Fueled - For Outdoor Cooking While Camping, Tailgating or Picnicking
- CONVENIENT AND PORTABLE - This portable grill is built with an easy to use electric igniter, uses convenient 1 pound propane bottles for fuel, and has a built in grease catcher. Perfect for camping, tailgating, road trips, hunting and everyday outdoor use
- EASY TO STORE - Simply store the griddle top upside down on top of the griddle body after use to save space; Carry by hand
- NO HASSLE CLEANUP - Blackstone makes cleanup a breeze with this table top gas griddle; Simply wipe it off with a paper towel. No fuss cooking allows you more time to enjoy the outdoors
- SPACIOUS COOKING SURFACE - This premium Blackstone griddle offers 260 square inches (15.25in x 17in) of heavy duty cooking surface for versatility and durability
- FAST AND EVEN HEATING - This grill has a stainless steel "H" burner that heats up fast! The "H" shape offers even heat distribution and fast cooking with a 12,000 BTU heat output
PUPZO Liquid Propane Grill,2 Burner Grill/Stove Portable Barbecue Grill Outdoor Cooking Camping Stove Stainless Steel
- TWO BURNERS - 2-in-1 design make you can use the GRILL and STOVE at the same time. Spacious 170-sq.-in non stick grill area, and fits up to 12-in pan on the stove area. Large capacity is suitable for a whole family meal.
- DURABLE - Built with a heavy-duty grill box, durable cast iron grill grates and the whole unit has a strong powder coat finish. Free 30-in high pressure Propane Hose and Adapter.
- PORTABLE - Collapsible design with carrying handle for easy transportation and fits to most car trunks. Perfect for camping, tailgating, hunting,or backyard cooking.Weighs 20 pounds.
- WIND BLOCK - Wind Block panels help shield burners from wind and adjust for various pan sizes. Both the grill pan and the grease management tray are removable and dishwasher safe.
- USER FRIENDLY - Easy to transport, set up and clean. Adjustable burners give you precise control for both grill and stove. Detachable leg offers ideal cooking height(26-in) and great stability on almost any terrain.
Masterbuilt MB20030519 MPG 300S Tabletop Gas Grill, Stainless (Newer Version)
- Two 6, 500 BTU stainless Steel grill burners
- Wood chip tray with 3, 500 BTU smoke burner
- 345 sq. Inches of cooking space
- 3-Folding legs and locking hood for easy, convenient transport and storage
- Porcelain coated wire cooking grids with chrome plated wire warming rack
Weber 1141001 Go-Anywhere Gas Grill, ONE Size, Black
Coleman Party Propane Grill
- Compact, portable BBQ grill ideal for camping, picnics, and tailgating
- Delivers 8,000 BTUs of cooking power across grilling surface
- InstaStart push-button ignition for convenient matchless lighting
- PerfectFlow technology provides consistent performance even in extreme conditions
- Detachable legs fit inside the grill for easy transport and storage. Spacious 122 sq.in. cooking area
But Wait! is that Fish Safe to Eat?
Eating fish is an important part of good nutrition. And they are fun to eat! Just ask the relatives at the next salmon barbeque, clam bake, or fish fry.
Many people are concerned about the safety of fish consumption. Mercury contamination is a national concern, addressed by the Food and Drug Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency. The FDA deals with commercially caught and sold fish and seafood while the EPA handles recreational fishing issues. As long ago as the 1970's, America and the world became caught up in the awareness of PCB contamination.
According to an internet source for nutrition information, most fish and even some shellfish and seafood contain certain amounts of mercury. They report that for most of us eating fish with these trace amounts of mercury poses no health risk, but there are those for whom this does not hold true, most notably, unborn infants and small children.
Fish found in certain areas reportedly may carry varying amounts of PCB's (polychlorinated biphenyls). Banned in 1976, these industrial compounds persist in the environment and find their way in fish through absorption of contaminated sediments and food sources. Humans can rid their bodies of mercury over a period of time but PCB's remain stored in human body fats for many years.
The Food and Drug Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency revised their mercury contamination advisories for fish in March of 2004. Here are their new recommendations:
• Pregnant women, women who are planning to become pregnant, nursing mothers and young children should avoid eating some types of fish altogether and eat only those fish that are known to have lower to no levels of mercury.
• Shark, swordfish, king mackerel and tilefish all are known to have high levels of mercury and should be avoided by those who are most at risk. (see first category above)
• People in the first category above should eat not more than 12 ounces of the following types of fish and shellfish per week:
- Crab, cod, clams, scallops, catfish, pollock, shrimp, canned salmon, canned light tuna.ï¿½
- Note: Albacore or white tuna should be limited to not more than one 6 ounce meal per week due to high mercury levels.
The Natural Resources Defense Council, www.nrdc.org, has a list of fish to avoid rated from the highest levels of mercury toxins, like shark, swordfish, etc, to the lowest like calamari, sturgeon, oysters, freshwater trout, ocean going (sea) perch, flounder, whitefish, herring, and shad. These lowest rated fish can be eaten without due concern for toxins, in most cases.
The Natural Resources Defense Council also reports that farmed salmon may contain PCB's. Use your own judgment when deciding whether or not to eat these fish.
There are many possible sources of mercury contamination. Two of the biggest are chlorine chemical plants that use mercury to extract chlorine from salt, and coal fired power plants. It should be noted that ongoing research and development in the power generation industry is addressing pollution standards and methods of reducing or eliminating polluting chemicals as a result of power generation. This effort got a boost when President George Bush signed legislation in 2002 supporting ongoing research and development specifically aimed at coal fired power generation.
Most states post fish consumption advisories. You can usually find that information by searching for your state's Department of Health website on the internet. Many states also have that information in their fish and game pamphlets.
Fishing clubs like the North American Fishing Club, can usually supply information about contaminated fish in a particular area.
There are some important considerations in preparing fish for a meal.
• You should eat younger, smaller fish as opposed to larger fish.
• Avoid eating bottom feeding fish when possible as they are more likely to contain higher levels of chemical contamination.
• Before cooking, remove the skin, fat and internal organs, including the head.
• Cook the fish in such a way that the fat drips off and away, i.e. grilling, broiling, etc
The EPA has a fish advisory newsletter, where you can get all the government's latest science, communication and health issues related to fish contamination.
For more information about eating contaminated fish call the FDA's food information hotline toll free at 1-888-SAFEFOOD or visit the Food and Drug Administration Food Safety website at