Korin in New York (and whose sales staff are now members of this forum) carries a line of small, "desktop" charcoal grills designed for Japan's tiny living spaces. I can't speak from any experience here but I know that they also sell wood charcoal that's supposed to impart a wonderful flavor . . . .
took delivery of a lodge sportsman grill today. planning to fire it up this weekend
Ooo nice To busy lately to think of much at all...
My wife's Airstream project is now at the shop getting the renovation started and I am starting to plan the cooking strategies. A small grill is going to be a necessary item, as well as compact coffee setup. My first inclination is a small BGE, but something lighter weight would be nice, the Japanese grills look attractive, but are not as versatile.
"The Buddha resides as comfortably in the circuits of a digital computer or the gears of a cycle transmission as he does at the top of a mountain."
Eyeballing these for my wifes Coffee in the AM when we are out on bike tours.
Ack, giving myself a week to think about it...
Not vegue at all is it
Well as it turns out when I got my last knife it was a toss up, Knife or Grill... Knife won and I really like it... but at the moment I think I would have liked the grill more... /cry... Only way to afford the grill is to sell the knife... I hate delemas...