Eureka Gonzo Grill

Eureka Gonzo Grill
$189.95
Gonzo Grill by Eureka
Price subject to change | SKU: ERK003H

Eureka Gonzo Grill

After a long day of hiking, there's nothing more rewarding than a Gruyere-stuffed burger with slices of slightly warmed Granny Smith apple, sauteed onions, and a handful of fries hot off the griddle. But unless you have a restaurant-grade kitchen in the back of your pickup, the only way you'll accomplish such a culinary feat is if you pack along the Eureka Gonzo Grill--or head back into civilization for some semblance of scrumptious goodies. But why leave the campsite in search of greener pastures when you can cook such tasty snacks from the comfort of your very own temporary home' Built for aspiring or experienced chefs alike, the Gonzo is a flexible and compact cooking system that elevates your campground dining experience. An adjustable spindle allows you to customize the fuel flow to offer everything from a light simmer all the way to a rolling boil--simply twist the knob an additional turn to increase heat flow. The steel lid is fashioned with adjustable vents for a customizable cooking or smoking experience. More importantly, though, the Gonzo features a cast iron griddle top that's suitable for pancakes or grilled cheese sandwiches. Or, should you desire a slightly different cuisine, flip the griddle top over and you'll find the Gonzo suddenly transforms into your very own cast iron grill. A drip tray is included and dishwasher safe for easy cleaning, while the integrated grill scraper helps you make the most of your Gonzo, ensuring an easy-to-clean experience and a longer life for the stove. If you should prefer more congenial food, such as mac and cheese or a sauce-based dish, the recessed stove grate allows you to cook as you would at home. But then again, you aren't at home, so grab that ground beef and get to grilling.

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