Eva Solo To Go Grill

Jan 25, 2019

Category: Food

The ability to grill anywhere sounds great at first, but then you picture the amount of stares and smoke alarms you’d encounter at Best Buy if you tried to BBQ a couple of steaks. But hey, if you wanna chance it, Eva Solo’s To Go Grill might be the way to go.

This portable charcoal grill is perfect for a burger or two whenever and wherever you’re hungry, and with silicone handles that stay cool to the touch, you’ll be able to pick up and go when the mall cops start lumbering your way. A handy strap holds the key parts in place during transport, so that also helps. The grill is made of enameled steel, while the grid is made of chromium-plated iron, and the coal bucket and grid are both dishwasher-safe. [Purchase]

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