Last Updated on 08/19/2021 by Inside Tailgating
Many portable grills get the job done, but they are pretty one-dimensional, only able to support solid foods. But when it comes to eggs, stews, casseroles and nacho dip, you’re out of luck. And this why the smart folks at Coleman built the All-in-One Cooking System.
This contraption can certainly satisfy your grilled-food needs on its 100 square-inch platform, but it also comes with a griddle and six-quart Stock Pot, the manly version of a Crock Pot. The 5,000 BTU gets things heated pretty quickly, and the advertised burn time is four hours. That’s longer than most football games last, so you’re still able to keep food warm for the postgame meal.
Other cool features include InstaStart lighting, which eliminates the need for matches or cigarette lighters. You can save the lighter fluid to join the light-flicking mayhem that ensues at your next 80’s rock concert. Also, all of the sturdy cooking surfaces are dishwasher safe, allowing you to watch more football instead of scrubbing your gear.
There is also a sleek blue carrying case with side pockets to secure the 16.4-ounce propane cylinder needed to fuel the cooking system, which folds pretty easily once you’ve assembled the product correctly.
For more information, connect to Coleman.com.