The Most Versatile Campside Cooker in the Game

Charcoal? Propane? Wood? Pick your poison.

August 4, 2016 9:00 am

When it comes to interesting cooking methods, nothing really beats Restaurant El Diablo, where they fire up the grill over an open lava pit.

But for those of who can’t up and move to Morocco, there’s the Volcano Grill, a collapsible rig that lets you use your fuel of choice, from wood to charcoal to propane.

It’s one of the most versatile cookers we’ve ever seen.

Its volcanic shape is not just for show; it allows the VG various uses. You can employ it as a traditional charcoal grill, of course, but it’s also deep enough to act as an open wood-burning fire pit. Finally, the propane connector comes in handy when you need to cook up a meal in a jiff.

This is all possible not just because of its shape, but also by the smartly designed vents throughout the grill that direct air however which way you need.

And with an ample 144 inches of cooking surface, there’s enough space to feed a crowd.

Now all we need is a cook.

Looking at you.

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